Trinity Singers choir members not only enjoy making music together but also enjoy taking part in various social and fund-raising events. Feedback from choir members has consistently been that the choir is a very friendly choir of which to be a member because the singing is enjoyable and also because of the social aspect.


In general, our fund-raising enables the choir to put on larger works where there are significant associated costs, such as professional musicians’ fees and the hire of equipment or music.   We hold regular fund-raising events including the much-anticipated Plant Sale (held each spring) and our Christmas Supper Concert, which takes place in Wrington Memorial Hall.


Annual social events include a skittles evening, which usually follows a pro bono concert at either St Michael’s (Leonard Cheshire Home) in Axbridge or Sandford Station (St Monica Trust Retirement Home) in Sandford.  Our Christmas Supper Concert also doubles as a social event.

We try to hold an annual "PLANT SALE" each May in order to raise funds for the choir.  There we have tables selling books, crafts, cakes and other items as well as a cup of tea to refresh you.