Trinity Newington Residents' Association (TNRA) is the association for residents of the Newington Trust Estate in London, SE1 (now rebranded as Trinity Village).
For over 40 years, TNRA has worked to improve life for residents in numerous ways, such as helping residents deal with the managing agents and Southwark council, organising events, and creating a community in the heart of our busy city.
TNRA consists of Trinity Church Square and Merrick Square and parts of the surrounding streets. Read more about us, join as a TNRA member and take advantage of membership discounts, including discounts with local businesses.
IF YOU LIVE IN TRINITY VILLAGE AND ARE SELF ISOLATING TNRA CAN HELP!
A number of local people have generously volunteered to support all Trinity Village residents (not only TNRA members) needing help during this difficult time.
So if you need someone to collect and drop off:
• Food • Medication • Post
or just help with any other urgent tasks outside the home let TNRA know by either:
1) calling/messaging Clive on 07507 558636, or
2) emailing email@example.com
letting us know what you need and when. We will then put you in touch with a volunteer who can help.
If you are well and not at risk we would welcome more volunteers. Please contact Clive if this is you!
The virus is extremely contagious, so we must all do everything we can to stop it spreading by following government advice. Volunteers will leave items at an agreed spot, usually your doorstep, and will avoid one-on-one contact by remaining at a safe distance i.e. not less than 2m.
See here for the guidelines that volunteers will follow.
For information and guidance from our managing agents, Knight Frank and Mainstay, see here.
Advice on potential corona-virus related scams
We have heard reports that individuals may be taking advantage of the vulnerable by posing as door-to-door Coronavirus testers in order to gain access to people’s properties. Nobody, and specifically neither the NHS nor the Police, are conducting such tests. If anyone attends your property and claims to be conducting such tests please call the Police on 999. If someone knocks at your door claiming to be from a company or organisation, first check their ID. If you’re not happy, don’t let them in. Ask the person to wait outside, shut the door and contact the organisation by using a trusted method. If they’re genuine, they’ll understand.