Under One Roof

Osborne went along to help prepare flatlets as part of Trinity Winchester’s UnderOneRoof@trinity programme.

The ambitions of Trinity have come to life. UnderOneRoof@Trinity comprises of 12 ‘flatlets’ for people who are rough-sleeping repeatedly – often the hardest to reach within the local community. Residents will be offered a home and individualised person-centred support to help them get their lives back on track and move towards living independently.

The newly built bespoke flatlets will enable Trinity service users to gain valuable life skills whilst taking responsibility for their own living space. The new Trinity residents will receive their own front door key to provide them with freedom and independence while attending the centre life skill support courses.

We went along to help assemble furniture to equip the flatlets. Joined by Winchester Rotary Club, our Operative Ray Holloway and Community Investment Manager Neal helped to furnish the rooms in readiness for its opening in a couple of weeks.

Sue McKenna Trinity Winchester CEO commented; “Osborne has been a valued long-term supporter of Trinity – and there is no one handier with a toolbox than Neal and his colleagues. We are truly grateful for all his help in making the new flats into homes ready for people in need to move into in June.”