Popular with locals and gig-goers alike, the Trinity prides itself on its great beer and cosy atmosphere. Built in 1850, it is named after the Trinity Asylum in Acre Lane which was founded for poor women who professed belief in the Holy Trinity by Thomas Bailey. It is a landmark that has survived the bombings of WW2, an icon which is a favorite among local businesses, couples and gig goers alike.
An award winning pub serving well kept ales, fine wines a unique selection of single malted whiskeys and food that is served daily.

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Upcoming Events

December

What other excuse for a party do we need than the Friday before Christmas?

It's the Friday before Christmas and we will be celebrating this fact by having live music with 'Never Mind the Bongo's' and having a good old sing along and drinkies. Competition for best & worst Christmas Jumper. And mulled wine and general Christmas fun.

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