When the lockdown started, nobody knew what lay ahead. What we did know was that many Trinity Village residents might need help during isolation.
The health, safety and wellbeing of Trinity Village residents is of the utmost importance to the Corporation of Trinity House and Knight Frank. With this in mind, here is a list of important and practical Government advice as at the time of going to print:
At a time when social distancing measures are still in place, community support has never been more important. We’ve compiled a list of useful charities and organisations which can provide support for those in need: Waterloo Food Bank (working from St. George the Martyr Church)
Over the past 6 months, Knight Frank has worked tirelessly to improve health and safety standards in the Village for the benefit of residents.
We are pleased to report that the Trinity Village estate team have implemented a series of changes to reduce our environmental footprint.
In response to Covid-19, Trinity House Maritime Charity (THMC) has been working closely with its maritime charity partners to support seafarers and their dependants in response to the acute need thrust upon them by the often devastating effects of the pandemic on their livelihoods.
Karen has lived in SE1 since 2004, when she moved to the area to study for her degree in medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals. In 2013, Karen and her partner moved to Trinity Village, where she has lived ever since.
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