Trinity Centre, Bristol

Overview

"The Trinity Centre, formerly the Holy Trinity Church, in St Jude's, Bristol is designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building. The building is protected by a covenant, which states that it is to only be used for community, arts, youth and education services."
  • Creadble provider: NO
  • Creadble access: NO
  • Creadble employer: NO

Access Card Notes

*Named & Famed! This venue has been highlighted by feedback from a current Access Card Holder who used their card to gain access or a discount. Information provided in this listing comes from the card holder and also is sourced directly from for the venue's publicly available information. This is not a guarantee of any set service or policy this organisation might have.* Photo: https://www.facebook.com/trinitybristol

Contact details

Trinity Centre, Bristol Trinity Road, St Jude's, Bristol, South West, BS2 0NW
Phone: 0117 935 1200

Standing and Queueing

Standing
People with disabilities can arrange for priority entry by contacting us in advance.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
The venue is accessible, with lift access to the first floor. The front of the venue (our events entrance) and our daytime reception have level paved access.

Trinity has a mobile accessible lift to enable wheelchair users and other users with mobility issues to access our Main Stage.

Users who would like to access the stage via our lift should speak to their Events Organiser as part of the bookings process.

We have a viewing area (floor level), stage-left for wheelchair users and those who require seating.

Short Distances

Short distance
There are four designated accessible parking bays in our 24hr Pay & Display car park, located by the daytime reception - left side of building.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
Accessible toilets are located on both floors.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
As a public space, guide dogs and personal assistance dogs are always permitted at Trinity.

Please be advised, the volume of music at live music events and club nights can reach continuous sound levels max 107db / peak level max 140db. As this could pose harm to your dog's hearing, we recommend seeking advice from your guide-dog school.

Accessing Visual Information

Accessing Visual Information
Visually impaired customers, deaf or hard of hearing customers are welcome to stand at the front of the event and we can make security are aware of individual requirements.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
Visually impaired customers, deaf or hard of hearing customers are welcome to stand at the front of the event and we can make security are aware of individual requirements.

Other Notes

Other Notes
Some events use strobe and flashing lighting.