Help us complete the Trinity Pathway

Charters has been working alongside Trinity Winchester as its chosen charity for two years and we are proud to be able to help with their cause; supporting homeless and vulnerable people in Winchester, something they have been doing for over 35 years. Trinity’s integrated, holistic services help over 500 people annually to get their lives back on track.
A home. A job. A life.

As part of this supportive framework, the Trinity Pathway is in place to help those who are ready to take the next step back into the community and provide a safe, independent home in which they can thrive. Trinity enables people to get off the street on a permanent basis.

Trinity’s ‘Street to Home’ programme – the Trinity Pathway – will enable people to move on to independent living and helping people to live off-site, in the community. Trinity project workers will offer a lower level of outreach support, but still allowing access to Trinity’s Drop-in services – including job clubs.

Trinity is trying to raise £500,000 so they could buy a house or flat locally and use these premises as the final step for our clients. To date, Trinity has raised an incredible sum of £475,000.

Can you help to raise the final £25,000?

If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, please visit!/ or contact Paul Williams, Trinity Winchester, on 01962 828627, email For more information, visit

Alternatively, you can donate directly via bank transfer;
Account Name: Trinity Winchester
Account Number: 10037527
Account Sort Code: 16-34-25

Thank you for your support.

About Trinity Winchester
Trinity Winchester is a unique Winchester based charity which addresses homelessness and vulnerability through our three focus areas:

– Support of people’s basic needs – food, clothing, washing facilities, housing referrals, outreach
– Change via healthcare, counselling, addiction support, housing advice, education, art, and other therapies
– Aspire with our Job Club, IT skills workshops, peer mentoring, work placements, and by providing accommodation

Trinity was founded in 1986, initially to support people who were unemployed. As the project grew so the scope of the services provided expanded to help address the causes of homelessness, addiction, physical and mental ill health, poverty, social isolation, and domestic abuse.

Trinity moved into Bradbury House, a purpose-built day centre, in 2009, built on land granted by Winchester City Council. In 2019, we expanded our services to provide accommodation for the first time, taking on the management of Alleyne House, in partnership with the former High Sheriff of Hampshire, Mark Thistlethwayte. In June 2021 Trinity built Bradbury View with 12 flatlets situated on land at the back of our existing day centre looking over the beautiful Winnall Moors. We are now able to give 20 people a place to call home, with full support from our frontline team who are based on site.

Trinity offers solutions, hope, choice and control.