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Trinity Hospital focuses on providing top quality, affordable housing and support for people over 60 years of age who are in need.

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Trinity Hospital has been successfully providing sheltered housing and housing related support and care services for vulnerable older people since it was formed in 1331.

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Welcome to Trinity Hospital

Trinity Hospital focuses on providing top quality affordable rented housing, accomodation and support for those of 6o years of age and older.

Originally formed as an almshouse charity in 1331, Trinity Hospital has been successfully providing sheltered housing at its site on Western Boulevard since the 1990s.

Facilities

Trinity Hospital comprises 23 apartments in addition to a full range of communal facilities, including lifts to each floor, laundry, guest room, residents’ lounge, chapel and administration offices. The scheme is situated in Leicester City Centre in easy walking distance of shops and sights of Leicester.

Our History

Trinity Hospital is one of Leicester’s oldest charities, established in 1331. It has been housed in various locations, one of which is now owned and used by De Montfort University.

Current Location

Trinity Hospital is currently located in a few minutes walk from the Leicester City Centre adjacent to the River Soar.

Facilities

Trinity Hospital comprises 23 apartments in addition to a full range of communal facilities, including lifts to each floor, laundry, guest room, residents’ lounge, chapel and administration offices. The scheme is situated in Leicester City Centre in easy walking distance of shops and sights of Leicester.

Our History

Trinity Hospital is one of Leicester’s oldest charities, established in 1331. It has been housed in various locations, one of which is now owned and used by De Montfort University.

Current Location

Trinity Hospital is currently located in a few minutes walk from the Leicester City Centre adjacent to the River Soar.

Affordable

All of our sheltered accommodation is aimed at the over 60’s in need and our waiting list is prioritised by the highest need of potential residents.

 

Support

Trinity Hospital has emergency alarm systems in all apartments for round the clock assistance.

Testimonials

Take a look at some of the testimonials from Trinity Hospital residents and family members.

“We have made many friends here, Trinity is a happy home!”

Mr & Mrs Worley | residents

The Chapel at Trinity Hospital

The Chapel at Trinity Hospital was dedicated by the Bishop of Leicester, Thomas Butler, in April 1995. It is a small intimate space where there is a weekly Eucharist celebrated. It is, also, open all the time, for anyone who wishes to use it as a place for personal quiet, reflection and prayer.

The Chapel at Trinity Hospital

The Chapel at Trinity Hospital was dedicated by the Bishop of Leicester, Thomas Butler, in April 1995. It is a small intimate space where there is a weekly Eucharist celebrated. It is, also, open all the time, for anyone who wishes to use it as a place for personal quiet, reflection and prayer.

Get in Touch

Please complete your details to get in touch, alternatively you can email office@trinityleicester.org.uk

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