Trinity House Hub

The brand new Trinity House Hub in Mariner's Park — formally opened by HRH The Princess Royal in April 2014 — offers an even better living environment for residents, and additional space for more retired seafarers and their dependants to join us.

Image David Oates Trinity House Hub Image: David Oates, Architects: Pozzoni LLP

The new hub is a new £4m plus project which includes community facilities and 18 one- and two-bedroom apartments to rent. Care support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to ensure that residents with extra -care needs are catered for. This is in addition to the individual Care Plans which tailor care to the needs of each resident.

The Hub’s community facilities enhance the facilities and events already available to residents. There is a community room and a hobbies room to enable the Nautilus Welfare Fund to organise more events and host meetings.

The site offers a café serving food and drink for residents and their guests. There is even a spa, a gym and hairdressers to ensure that all our residents can look good and feel great!

The Princess Royal meets Nautilus general secretary Mark Dickinson at the opening of the Trinity  House Hub on 4 April 2014 HRH The Princess Royal congratulates Nautilus' general secretary. Image: Colin McPherson

This development of the Hub was made possible thanks to a generous donation from Trinity House. The Nautilus Welfare Fund is very grateful for this, and for all other donations which have made this new project possible.

To arrange a tour of the new Trinity House Hub please contact us.

Watch the video highlights of the Royal opening of the Hub below.