28/01/2018

Trying to save Bristol's art and music venue Trinity Centre


Words from Bristol's Trinity Community Arts:


Conservation works January 2018 Update


In October work commenced on the second phase of Capital works to protect the building's fabric into the future. This is the final major-works phase relating to the repair and conservation of the historic fabric. These works where enabled through the help of Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic England, All Churches Trust and 13 other funders, as well as generous donations from members of the public.
With full scaffolding in place, specialists have been able to undertake a more comprehensive metalwork survey. Investigations to metal cramps and the stained glass windows reveal the damage to the building is far worse than anticipated.
If we don't do these works now, Trinity will be placed back onto Historic England's At Risk Register. In real terms this means we are going to have to raise an additional estimated £200 000, otherwise Trinity will be forced to close - and we need your help to do that. 
This Spring, to help us raise the funds we need to keep Trinity open, we will be launching an individual giving campaign.  People can help now by donating towards the conservation project via our website:

Donate now to become part of the heritage, a part of the community and part of this much love building:




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Our mission is to empower communities through arts ensuring everyone has the opportunity to access, be part of and shape arts and culture in Bristol. We are based in The Trinity Centre, this much-loved, Grade II* Listed historic landmark is a cultural hub for the city, used by over 60,000 people annually.



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Video:


A Trinity Story





Short film about some of the amazing groups and projects hosted within the Trinity Centre & Garden, Bristol, UK. If you like what we do, visit: http://3ca.org.uk/about/support-us and pledge your support. 

Trinity Community Arts is a registered charity. Our mission is to empower communities through the arts and make sure everyone has the opportunity to access and shape arts and culture in Bristol.

Based in The Trinity Centre, this much-loved historic landmark is a cultural hub for the city, where people of all ages and backgrounds can come together - connecting communities and developing people's skills through the arts. 

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