On Thursday (19 December 2019), some of the children from Middleton Primary School went to the Trinity Network to sing carols. It was a very special day for the children as they went and represented the school singing in front of a very large audience of the elderly generation and
If you are 50+ and looking to add some social fun to your week, make new friends and learn new skills look no further. Health For All have organised four new groups for people in South Leeds: Express Yourself is an introduction to song writing, covering creative lyric writing, forming
Knowing many of their members can’t get away for a holiday, Trinity Network created a holiday at home over three days in Belle Isle. On day one members were treated to a day at the seaside including fish and chips, sandcastles, a wurlitzer, ice creams and if not donkey rides,
Friday mornings at Trinity Network in Belle Isle is time for gentle exercise. The eight week programme is being run by Leeds Lets Get Active and the sessions are led by James Beaston. The exercises may be gentle, but James makes sure everyone is doing them correctly giving clear instructions
International Day of Older People to be celebrated across South Leeds Yesterday (Sunday 1 October 2017) was the International Day of Older Persons and the theme this year is: ‘Diversity of Older People’. All sorts of exciting events will take place across South Leeds this week. TRINITY NETWORK On Tuesday 3
Volunteers at Trinity Network were the guests of honour at the regular Tuesday lunch club today (14 February 2017) as they were given a Valentine’s Day thank you. Lynda Williamson, CEO of Trinity Network, said: “Our volunteers are fantastic. We only have a small staff team so having such a
Trinity Network run two line dancing sessions for active older people at their base in Belle Isle. Linda, the volunteer who leads the sessions says she’s danced all her life. A trained instructor, she took over running the group 12 years ago as a stopgap, but is still doing it
We have two new exercise sessions at Dewsbury Road Trinity Network; both gentle exercise, aimed at older people. Mondays and Thursdays at 11:15, beginning week commencing Monday 3 August. Call in anytime for a cuppa and a chat. For more information please visit: www.trinitynetwork.org.uk or ring (0113) 270 7458.
Trinity Network has been providing opportunities for older people in South Leeds to get together and remain active for thirty years. Originally set up by the South Leeds Team Ministry they now operate from their community centre next to Belle Isle United Reform Church on Nesfield Road and from the
Children from Windmill Primary School will be out and about performing Christmas music in Hunslet and Belle Isle on Thursday (5 December 2013), culminating with the switching on of the Christmas lights on Belle Isle Circus. The school has been working with teams from Opera North’s In Harmony programme.