Lorraine's Story

Lorraine's Dad was cared for by Trinity. Over the last few years she has taken on a series of exhilarating challenges to raise money for Trinity's services in his memory.Read more

Charlotte's story

Charlotte is climbing the tallest mountain in the UK for Trinity next month. Here, she tells us why.Read more

John's Story

John lost his ability to speak three months ago due to his illness. Last week he invited us to meet him and his family at their home, and wrote about how Trinity nurse Anne has been able to help.Read more

Jim's story

Jim's sisters remember their brother and the impact that Trinity's Art Therapy Group had on him.Read more

Sam's Story

"At a time when we ‘should’ have been sombre and upset, instead we were laughing and joking over some bubbly and nibbles! It’s a memory that will stay with me for the rest of my life."Read more

Justin's Story

Justin talks about the inspirational friendship he has made in his role as a befriending volunteer at Trinity.Read more

Barnaby's story

"Nothing can prepare you for losing someone you love but Trinity was there from start to finish"Read more

The Letter: Claire's Memoir

Claire shares her autobiographical piece about a letter she found from her late husband that hadn't been re-read in over 50 years.Read more

Mark's Story

Mark volunteers at Trinity as a massage therapist and yoga teacher. Here he shares his story of what lead him to volunteer and reflects on how his service has made a difference to patients and their families.Read more

Suzie's Story

Suzie shares her reasons for taking on the challenge of a lifetime, ten years after Trinity cared for her mumRead more

Allan and Marsha's Story

"It was really important I got the document I needed. If I didn't my scooter would have been taken away. Without Marsha I wouldn't have had a clue what to do - her help has been brilliant."Read more

Freddy's Story

"My preconceptions were obviously totally wrong, the rooms were incredibly bright and clean and private. My mother really loved her room and enjoyed going out into the garden when possible."Read more

Nuno and Luis' Story

Nuno is one of Trinity's specialist dementia nurses. Here he talks about why his job makes a difference, and how he has supported Luis in caring for his mum.Read more

Katie's Story

Katie's husband Ben talks about her time at Trinity, and the amazing fundraising challenge he is undertaking in her memory.Read more

Niall’s Story

Niall's father passed away at Trinity in 2014. Ever since, Niall and a group of friends from Chiswick FC Rugby Club, where his father coached, have been challenging themselves to support Trinity.Read more

Hege's Story

Hege talks about the care she has been receiving in the inpatient unit and the wonderful artwork she is creating to raise money for Trinity!Read more

Catherine's Story

Catherine talks about why she looks forward to coming to the hospiceRead more

Donna's Story

Donna talks about how coming to outpatient classes at Trinity helped her to find joy in life againRead more

Onkar's Story

Onkar attends the Monday Club, a group for people with dementia. His wife, Anu, and volunteer, David, speak about the difference it has made to his life.Read more

Bee's Story

Bee talks about spending Christmas at the hospice with her partner Simon and how Trinity helped make it specialRead more