The Seeker

Drama Group play review

TRINITY’S Drama Group recently performed a thought-provoking performance of “The Seeker” by Stephen Phifer to a packed audience at Trinity Methodist Church. The cast of thirteen, directed with care and understanding by Madeline Adey, expertly told the story of a journalist’s investigation of the Jesus story. Steuart Kellington, as “The Seeker”, took the audience through…

The Seeker scene

Seeking the Truth

A one-act play called The Seeker by Stephen Phifer, was performed by the Trinity Drama Group during Easter week. The story revolves around a journalist called The Seeker who admires the Jesus story from an artistic point of view and hopes to believe it one day. He creates seven imaginary scenes in which he asks…


Flower Power collage of colour

A huge thank you to everyone who sent in pictures of Spring flowers for our Facebook Flower Power feature. Trinity’s Eco Group felt that sharing the beauty of creation throughout the month of March, was a really positive thing to do and we have been overwhelmed by the response. From garden flowers to river bank…

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Bugginham Palace construction

The foundations for the Trinity Community Garden Bug Hotel were laid today with the help of Helen Smith from Ribble Rivers Trust. Visitors to the Easter Saturday Coffee Stop were invited outside to help with the outfitting of Bugginham Palace, and by the end we had created a four-storey mansion. Further storeys and a roof…

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Sunshine and smiles

The Easter Saturday Coffee Stop was full of sunshine and smiles today. We had all the usual favourites: craft stall, cake stand, jigsaws, face-painting, superb refreshments served by the amazing volunteers, and all set to music from Steuart and Dorothy. This month Ribble Rivers Trust came and helped visitors to make a bug hotel, and…


Community Commemoration

MEMBERS of Trinity’s Ukrainian community got together to commemorate two years of the war on Saturday. After gathering at Clitheroe Castle’s Tree for Ukraine to light candles and take part in quiet reflection, the group came to Trinity to spend the afternoon together. Natalya, a member of the Trinity Ukrainian family, helped make the giant…


Bikes, brews and buddies

FEBRUARY’S Coffee Stop had all the essential ingredients to mark the end of a very wet month. Essential tips on how to keep your bike roadworthy and led-rides by Breaking Cycles CIC, refreshments served by our fabulous kitchen team, and companionship and chat with our Trinity family, were served up in good measure. The team…

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Happy Helpers

AN APPEAL for volunteers last week, to help clear leaves and leaf mould from the back of the hub, yielded strong results. The area, which has been neglected for many years, is hoped to be the site of raised beds, as part of the new Trinity Community Garden. Despite the cold, damp weather, Paul, William…


Lowry inspiration at Hub Gallery

LOWRY-INSPIRED work, created by the Art4All charity is being displayed at Trinity’s Hub Gallery from Saturday. The special project, which took students to The Lowry Gallery in Salford, was followed by a series of lessons drawing and painting scenes inspired by the Northern artist L.S.Lowry. Started by Frankie Freeman-Ruddock in 2018, the Art4All classes provide…

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Climate Action

Trinity Eco Group held their first meeting of 2024 last week. Members have been working hard and intend to submit the application for a Silver Award to A Rocha in the Spring. ECO GROUP: L-R standing Carol, Archie and Robert. L to R sitting Fiona, Claire, Anita and Lisa.