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Trinity ward is to the west of Burnley town centre. As well as being a residential neighbourhood, Trinity contains the historic Weavers’ Triangle, the old and disused mills of industrial Burnley which are now undergoing a huge regeneration called On the Banks. 

This multi-million project is transforming this area of industrial heritage into a vibrant and unique ‘destination’ for business, living and leisure.

This area is also the subject of housing regeneration, with new housing replacing cleared sites to the edge of the ward.

There is a busy shopping area on Coal Clough Lane, with a big variety of local traders.

Key statistics:

Trinity has a population of 5,270 (2011 census figures). There has been a significant population decrease of 11.9% since the 2001 census.

The proportion of terraced housing in Trinity is high, making up 73% of the housing stock.

The average age of Trinity residents is 38 years. There are slightly more residents aged 25-44 compared to most other wards.

95% of residents are white/white British.

53% of residents are employed, which compares with a borough wide employment rate of 58%. There has been an increase in number of people claiming benefits in this ward.

Reported crime in Trinity fell by 18% between 2010-12, and anti-social behaviour by 38%. There were significant decreases in burglary and vehicle crime.

74% of residents do not consider themselves limited by their health problems. However , only 39% of Trinity people rate their health as very good. Life expectancy is 72.4 years for men, and 75 years for women. This is below the borough and national averages.


Weavers’ Triangle and On the Banks

Parks and green spaces:

Sandygate Square


Greenhill Social and Bowling Club

Manchester Road and Burnley Barracks train stations

Coal Clough Library, Coal Clough Lane  

Schools and colleges:

Taywood Nursery


Holy Trinity C of E Voluntary Aided Primary School, Raglan Road, BB11 4LB:  01282 434368 

Special School

Isaac Centre, East Lancs Campus, Swindon Street, BB11 4PF: 01282 421142

Your ward councillors are:

Councillor Howard Baker, Labour

Councillor Tony Martin, Labour

Councillor Elizabeth Monk, Labour

Community groups and centres:

Caring Accrington Road Residents. Pat Booth 01282 425382.

Howard Street Community Health Centre, Howard Street, BB11 4PQ 01282 473120

Howard Street Over 50s' Luncheon Club, Howard Street Community Health Centre

Friends of Scott Park

Stoops & Hargher Clough Youth & Community Centre, Venice Street, Burnley BB11 4BA, 01282 435865.

Vanguard Centre, Bevington Close, Audrey Thornton

Healey Grange, Rosehill Road, BB11 2JS - a community centre for the area. 07737708795 or email


Places of worship

Christ the King RC Church, Healey Court

Rosehill Baptist Church, Lansdowne Close

St Matthews Church, St Matthew Street

Doctors, dentists and pharmacies:

Doctors:Manchester Road surgery, 187-189 Manchester Road

Dentists: R.G. Rushworth, Coal Clough Lane

Did you know?

Burnley used to be a garrison town. Clifton Street off Westgate used to have barracks, though they have been demolished now.

Find out more

If you’d like more information on statistics or issues in Trinity, or to find out more about the community groups and facilities in the area, contact the local ward councillors, or the community engagement officersat the town hall, Manchester Road, Burnley BB11 9SA.

Tel: 01282 477198


Contact us on this email, too, if there is anything you’d like to see added or changed on this page.

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