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Trinity Centre Dalston

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The Trinity Centre Dalston was established in 1996 by Holy Trinity and All Saints churches and works to encourage community involvement to promote the welcoming of families in Hackney. The aims and objectives for the Centre are to provide a social, economic, training and community resource for the local neighbourhood.


As well as providing a venue for hire for the local community groups the centre works to help fund new community projects that support and empower local families to bring positive changes for themselves and their area. Previous projects have included Trinity After School Club, providing daily educational and recreational activities for local children and the Boyz To Men project that offered practical support to young men failing in the education system to realise their full potential. The centre has also run Saturday Schools, Duke of Edinburgh Award schemes, parenting workshops and music classes.

Currently ‘The Piano Project’ is running as an after school provision for children to learn to play the piano and increase in creative confidence

We are also working with ‘The Hub’ youth centre to support a community mural designed by local young people to celebrate the NHS. 


We want to make the greatest impact we can to support and equip our neighbourhood in these uncertain times, and we know that together we are stronger. 


The director and trustees of the charity together with the PCC of Trinity Saints are therefore encouraging new ideas for community working and partnership.


If you are interested in working with us please contact Community Development Co-ordinator

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