Contact us or send booking request for our large hall below
The Trinity Centre has a main hall available for business meetings, training, away-days, coaching, presentations and conferences and can accommodate up to 100 people.
A number of exciting projects have been built for children in our community. Examples of projects include Saturday School Club, Duke of Edinburgh Award or Powerful Parent Workshops and many more. Currently we run piano classes.
The Trinity Centre (Dalston) is currently looking for Childcare/Play workers and volunteers to work for this year.
---Currently not available due to COVID-19 restrictions---
As soon as we are allowed to operate, we will update the website accordingly to keep you informed. The details are as follows:
only £9 for 30 minutes
No experience necessary
A parent or carer must be present for the lesson these lessons are subsidised by the trinity centre and
supported by All Saints Haggerston and Holy Trinity Dalston for info and booking:
Trinity Centre (Dalston) also welcomes volunteers; whatever your background or skill there's a place for you with us! Volunteering is the most worthwhile thing you can ever do. It gives a real sense of achievement, allows the development of new skills and the social possibilities are endless.
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering at the Trinity Centre
The Trinity Centre (Dalston) was established as a charity in 1996 providing family development and child care services. It was opened to the public in 1997 after a fundraising campaign, that drew support from her Royal Highness the princess of Wales, secured the funds for the refurbishment of the building.
The aims and objectives for the Centre are to provide a social, economic, training and community resource for the local neighbourhood through:
- Providing a venue for hire for the local community groups
- Practical support to parents enabling them to learn, experience and develop new and existing skills
- Offer a wide programme of activities so that each child or young person will have an opportunity to enjoy and participate according to their ability and needs, allowing growth in confidence and self-esteem.
-Offer affordable childcare during the holidays for children to attend with lunch provided to promote development and learning and helps keep low-income families in work.
Since its opening the Centre has made its space available for the local community and successfully run a range of family and children’s programmes for the community serving over 1000 children, 400 young people, 300 members of the public and supports over 10 groups.
Among the most prominent are the Trinity After School Club, providing daily educational and recreational activities for local children Monday-Friday and the Boyz To Men project that offered practical support to young men failing in the education system and more generally in realising their full potential.
We recognise that the greatest impact the centre will have on the provision of local community amenities, is childcare and parenting support.