These are current planned actions regarding the work of Trinity Centre following the most up-to-date advice:
Streaming services are taking place daily, click here to go to our services at home page.
Activities promoted by the centre
Parent & Toddler group Monday mornings 10am to 12 noon (term time only)
Shine Drop in Wednesday mornings 10am to 12 noon
Friendship Walk Wednesday 12 noon
Dementia Friendly group Wednesday afternoons 1pm to 3pm
Starting on the 1st October 2021
Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub
In Partnership with the NHS the Trinity Centre is to become the Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub for Louth and surrounding areas. Staffed by the Community Connectors the Hub will be the focus of mental health support in Louth. The hub will provide support for individuals and families who are struggling with mild to moderate mental health problems. The Community Connectors will develop and support activities and programmes that will help people to care for their own health and reducing reliance on services.
Mental Health Kiosk
Lincolnshire Foundation Partnership Trust (LPFT) have installed a Health Kiosks at the Trinity Centre. This is designed for use in public spaces, and aim to reduce stigma by providing information and how they can access services for depression or anxiety as commonplace as a blood pressure screening. The kiosk is a free-standing structure that uses an interactive touch display screen to provide users with a seamless experience while they navigate through educational information about mental health and health conditions
In Partnership with Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust the Team Parish of Louth have appointed 2 Community Connectors based at the Trinity Centre to improve the Mental of the Residents of Louth and surrounding areas. The Community Connector will support people to achieve better mental health and wellbeing, increasing independence and reducing reliance on services. These are new roles funded by LPFT and managed at the Trinity Centre. LPFT are currently supporting a number of Community Connectors as part of a wider transformation programme in Lincolnshire to redesign community mental health care for adults with poor mental health The Community Connector will be part of a wider integrated team of voluntary sector, mental health, and primary care staff.
Peer Support Worker
In partnership with Shine Lincolnshire, The Team Parish of Louth have appointed a part-time(30hrs) Peer Support Worker.
This is a new and exciting opportunity for someone who has their own lived experiences of poor mental health and wellbeing. The appointee will be able to share the wisdom they have gained from their own personal journey to inspire hope and belief that recovery is possible in others. The Peer Support Worker will provide formalised peer support and practical assistance to clients enabling them to regain control over their health, to lead meaningful lives and to develop their own unique recovery process.
The Community Larder – Louth’s Foodbank
Hours for access to the Community Larder will be reduced to 9am-10am each weekday. Click here to go to the Food Bank page.
Activities run by other groups
- We are with you (Formally Addaction)
- Louth Strategy Games Club
- Baby massage
- Baby photographs
- Slimming World
About the Trinity Centre
The Trinity Centre is a base for much, but not all of the community work is undertaken by the Team Parish of Louth and the Louthesk Deanery.
The fire which destroyed all but the tower of Holy Trinity church provided the opportunity to build a community centre with a range of stimulating work and meeting spaces as well as a worship area. The latter is illuminated by the ever-changing and uplifting sight of the sun's rays shining through the stained glass to project onto the eastern wall behind the altar.
Trinity, Eastgate, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8DJ