Trinity Centre Crowdfunder

We want to raise £3990 towards the cost of urgent repairs to the iconic Trinity Centre

£3,160 raised of £3,990 target


50 supporters

3 days left

This project is using Flexible funding and will receive all pledges made by 1:00pm 1st March 2017

We need to secure the future of Trinity

Your support will save our space

You can help by pledging a donation in exchange for some exciting rewards

About Trinity

The Trinity Centre is a Grade II* listed Georgian building that is home to Trinity Community Arts and is also a well known music venue with a rich 40 year musical heritage.

Trinity provides opportunities for the local community to engage with and influence the  Arts in Bristol and runs a music training project for young people to engage with music, often at critical times in their lives.

Since 2009 Trinity Community Arts have invested almost 1 million pounds in repair and renovation


We provided over 3,356 hours of free space for 229 community activities 


Over 60,000 people access the Trinity Centre annually - check what's on 


Your pledged donations will support the £650,000 cost of essential conservation repairs to the iconic Trinity towers, the building and stained glass windows. The conservation repairs are vital to keep the Trinity Centre open for business and enable the charity Trinity Community Arts deliver their charitable objectives within the community.


God Save the TrinityCentre

Limited edition, signed artwork by renowned artist and musician James Cauty (founder of KLF,  the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu and The Orb)  in collaboration with L-13 Light Industrial art collective (James Cauty, Billy Childish, Jamie Reid, Harry Adams)

Limited to 30 digital and 30 screen prints

Stamped as an authentic Cauty and L-13 production

Digital print - 400x300mm in size,  printed quality paper, numbered and ready for framing

Screen print - 420 x 594mm (A2) paper, numbered ready for framing in CMYK

Available for collection at Trinity, Bristol from 10th April 2017

The Trinity Fox

Original signed and numbered artwork produced by Bristol urban artist and illustrator Andy Council, best known for his creature-creations, such as the Bristol Dinosaur

The Trinity Fox is a unique piece of artwork that celebrates the Trinity Centre and the historic Old Market quarter of Bristol

Limited to 30 digital prints

Digital prints 40x30cm special edition signed, hand finished, numbered and ready for framing

Available for collection at Trinity, Bristol from 10th April 2017


The Small Print

The prints are collection only, available from 10th April at the Trinity Centre, Bristol, BS2 0NW

To reduce costs to the charity, we are unable to post prints

The prints are numbered out of 30, and will be issued to the purchaser numerically on a first come first served basis, i.e. number 1 out of 30 will be allocated to the first purchaser, and so on

Numbered prints cannot be allocated out of sequence