Trinity Newington Residents' Association (TNRA) was formed in 1976, for the residents of Newington Trust Estate in London, SE1 (now rebranded as Trinity Village). This consists of Trinity Church Square and Merrick Square, and parts of Cole Street, Falmouth Road, Swan Street and Trinity Street. Click here to see pictures of parts of the estate.
For over 30 years, TNRA has worked to improve life for residents in numerous ways and had many significant achievements. TNRA organises events for the community and helps residents deal with the managing agents and Southwark council. See more in the About TNRA section. See here for details and advantages of TNRA membership, including discounts with local businesses. To contact TNRA click here.
TNRA is once again taking part for one day in the London-wide Open Garden Squares Weekend. Merrick Square and Trinity Church Square gardens will be open to the public from 11 am to 6 pm (with kind permission of the Corporation of Trinity House).
We look forward to welcoming many OGSW visitors and residents (and we hope for good weather). Entrance to the gardens will be free for residents and their guests.
From 12.30 pm in Merrick Square there will be: beer tent, Pimm’s bar, refreshments, stalls, music and entertainments.
In Trinity Church Square there will be yoga in the morning and croquet in the afternoon.
For more details, see here. Further details will be given on the website and the TNRA noticeboard in Trinity Street nearer the date.
If you would like to take part in the day by running a stall, playing music, providing entertainment or helping to set up gazebos etc, please contact TNRA on 07726 305325 or email@example.com.