Trinity Community Arts
Trinity Community Arts is a Key Arts Provider for the city, contributing to urban regeneration and attracting audiences from Bristol and beyond.
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.
We provide a hub for volunteer led activities, as well as delivering arts, education and heritage projects.
Trinity has been awarded a small fund to deliver the 'Grow It, Cook It, Eat it' project as part of Bristol 2015 European Green Capital. We want to get local residents excited about growing, cooking and enjoying healthy food together! We want this to be a project chosen by the community and for the community to have ownership of the Green Capital in Easton and Lawrence Hill. It's all about learning various gardening skills, enjoying the urban outdoors, meeting new people, cooking and share some lovely food together.
The Trinity Centre
- Arts & culture