Trinity Trench

A Hole To Discovery

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Support the Trinity Trench

Trinity Catholic College Goulburn has decided to build a replica trench from World War 1 to commemorate the sacrifice our veterans over 100 years ago in the Great War. During lessons, in which the students are studying the Great War, students from both Trinity and surrounding schools will be able to visit the Trinity Trench to learn through experience and also have a greater understanding of and respect for what the 'Trench Life' was like. Past veterans will also be able to visit our trench and remember in a respectful manner those who have passed. This trench will be a great resource to the community as we are able to experience this style of warfare without having to travel over seas to see repaired trenches from World War 1. The location of the Trench will be between the Agriculture Farm and the school's cemetery.

Financial Plan

Raising money and finding funds from outside of Trinity, for the trench can come from, approaching business that could supply possible things such as sandbags, bobcats and excavates, to assistant in building the trench at a low cost rate or donation. The students and staff members of trinity can speak to parents of the school community that could possibly help sponsor the trench though their business having inside the trench their companies logo.


Inside of Trinity the, students could fundraise, with causal clothes day, bake sales, BBQ at sporting events, school social, car wash, selling chocolates, school ball (dance). Textiles students of year 9, 10, 11 can make the costumes for the trench. The media crew and ICT students if year 9, 10, 11, 12 students can make the audios and podcasts for the trench. Any addition, costs would be taken out of the school budget.

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