Trinity is a great place to work and study. We have an outstanding teaching faculty including internationally recognised scholars with many publications to their names, and with extensive experience in forward-looking mission and ministry.Trinity College is in Stoke Bishop in the north west of Bristol, on a nine-acre site which is partly woodland.The main building (photo above), originally known as Stoke House, is one of Bristol's significant historic houses. It was built in Stoke Bishop (once also known as Suffhopestoke and Bishop's Stoke) in 1669 as a family mansion for Sir Robert Cann, Member of Parliament, Mayor of Bristol and Merchant Venturer. The estate had been acquired by his father, Sir William Cann, in the 1650s.The house has since been home to various other families and then more recently to a school and to Clifton Theological College, which joined others in 1971 to become Trinity College Bristol.
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