What are the rules around visiting? Please note that visiting restrictions currently apply due to COVID-19. Click here to see the most recent guidance for visitors. Visiting Everyone is welcome at Trinity. We do not put a limit on the number of visitors but we do ask you to respect the privacy of other patients and also of their visitors. If large numbers wish to visit, we may suggest that a timetable is drawn up, so that only a few people visit at the same time. Family and friends are welcome to visit at any time. After 10pm our main gates are closed, but there is an entry phone which is monitored 24 hours a day. There is always someone to let you in an out, but it helps to let us know in advance if you wish to visit after 10pm. Staying overnight You are welcome to stay overnight if you wish. We can usually provide a spare bed for you to stay in the patient's room. Children We welcome children and young people as visitors and have an area specifically designed for children and young people, with games, books, and an Xbox. We ask adults to supervise their children at all times within our buildings and in the grounds. Please always accompany young children in the garden where we have two unfenced ponds and plants that can be hazardous if consumed. Pets During the daytime you are welcome to bring in well-behaved pets. We ask that you supervise your pets at all times, both within the buildings and the grounds.