TNRA has organised an opportunity for residents to discuss Council plans to make Trinity Street and Trinity Church Square the sole access to Harper Road from Borough High Street, see here.
We will be joined by Council officers, led by Joanna Lesak, Project Manager – Highways (Transport).
Please come along if you have strong views on changes to traffic arrangements that will reverse 30 years of traffic calming and make Trinity Village a major rat run.
Upstairs in the Roebuck at 8 pm.
Please come at 7.45 to register.
Registration fee £1 per person. Make up a team of maximum 6 people.
Drinks and food available from upstairs bar throughout the quiz.
TNRA is organising another day of weeding and composting by community volunteers as winter approaches to assist Trinity House's gardening contractors, Greenmantle, and maintain the condition of our gardens. We will be gathering in the Trinity Church Square garden on Saturday 9 November from 8.30am. If you can help, let us know in advance on firstname.lastname@example.org - or just turn up. Gardening tools will be provided. No prior experience of gardening is necessary!
We will be celebrating the start of the Christmas season on Wednesday 4 December from 7.30pm to 9pm at the Old Rectory in Merrick Square, with drinks, canapés and a Christmas Message from the rector, the Rev William Taylor. The event is open to TNRA members only. No reservations or bookings are required. Just turn up!
This annual event is a great opportunity to sing some festive songs and to get to know your neighbours. We will be gathering at 6.30pm in the Trinity Church Square garden to sing carols accompanied by a brass band.
Mulled wine and mince pies will be served, courtesy of TNRA. You can help the environment by bringing a reusable cup if you have one. Also, any finger food that you would like to bring to share with your friends and neighbours would be welcome.
Song sheets will be supplied - please bring a torch if you can.