Help Us

Friend

With the help of contributions from our Friends over the past few years we have decorated the Hall and Annexe, replaced curtains throughout and refurbishing all the toilets.

To help protect and support the Triangle, a fantastic community resource, we ask for a minimum donation of £5 per year and we would be delighted to receive your donation via internet banking or by cheque or bankers draft.

In return we promise you:

  • Priority Booking for Triangle events
  • Regular newsletters
  • Email updates
  • Invitations to private views
  • Membership entitling you to vote at the AGM

Bankers Standing Order Form (PDF)

Volunteering

Much of The Triangle’s activities are made possible through the help of a wide group of volunteers who give their time, expertise and energy to help ensure our success. There are many ways you can help with the work of the Triangle and it does not have to mean making a big commitment.

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Here are some other ways you can volunteer at the Triangle and become active in your Community!

Helping out with events and contributing ideas for new events: join our events team who run various activities from bridge teas to fashion shows. You may have your own idea for an event which will be happily considered just contact us

In the Office: manage our reception, photocopying, opening mail and dealing with enquiries and selling event tickets

In the Coffee Bar: If you have a cheery smile, a friendly disposition and enjoy meeting people, volunteering here may be the place for you! Learn more

Trustees: If you’d like to play a more strategic role and have a say in the future of The Triangle consider becoming a Trustee

After School Club: Enjoy working with children? How about joining our After School Club Staff (see TASC page)

Donating

Donations are always welcome, helping towards the running costs and allowing us to maintain and improve the facilities for our users. You can donate as a one-off or become a ‘Friend of the Triangle’