Church celebrates opening of new Trinity Centre

PUBLISHED: 10:00 08 November 2014

Official opening of refurbished Trinity Centre  community hub at Holy Trinity Church  Nailsea.

Official opening of refurbished Trinity Centre community hub at Holy Trinity Church Nailsea.


THE Trinity Centre was officially opened in Nailsea after churchgoers raised thousands of pounds to refurbish it.

The Bishop of Bath and Wells, the Rt Rev Peter Hancock, led a special service at Holy Trinity Church to celebrate the project’s completion and pay tribute to the hard work of the congregation in raising the £80,000 needed.

Church leaders hope the new centre, in Church Lane, will become a regular meeting place for the community and one of its key features is a comfortable coffee lounge which will be open three mornings a week. The church also wants to run more courses for members of the community.

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