Trinity is celebrating Dying Matters Week (9-15 May 2016) with a programme of events aimed at encouraging people to talk openly about death, dying and bereavement Read more
Funding from Department of Health and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea will help Trinity support 500 people over the next 3 years Read more
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Trinity hosted the author and former CEO of BP as part of its ongoing work to be an LGBT-friendly hospice Read more
Andrew Adair joins us from national disability charity Scope where he was Director of Retail for 7 and a half years Read more
Trinity is excited to announce the opening of the 25th shop located in the heart of Waterloo, just a stone’s throw away from the London Eye. Read more
This May Trinity is offering you the chance to make or amend a Will for free. Read more
To kick off Dying Matters Week 2016, Trinity is hosting its first Death Café - a place to drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Read more
As part of Dying Matters Week, come along to meet the team, have a look around and find out more about Trinity's services in a Q&A session. Read more
As part of Dying Matters Week, writer, teacher and psychotherapist Mark Vernon explores the impact of philosophy and spirituality on how we approach death and dying. Read more
As part of Dying Matters Week, two design students talk about their groundbreaking project to normalise talking about and planning for death Read more