The Trinity Centre was previously the Trinity Methodist Church.
The centre still houses a collection of memorial plaques, some collected from other churches when they closed down.
The names on the Trinity Methodist plaque: Raymond Bird, John F Coundrey, Harry G Hankin, M Frederick J Hedden, William Hughes, William H Lampurd, Hubert V Morse, P Ernest Stratton.
The names on the Broadway Methodist Church memorial plaque are:
ALFRED HENRY ALLARD
Lance Corporal, 8th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment (Service Number 10669)
Alfred Henry ‘Harry’ Allard was born at Frome, Somerset on 25 Sep 1894 to John Thomas Allard, an iron works erector, and Sarah Ann ‘Annie’ Allard nee Singer, both originally from Somerset. Harry attended Stacey Road school. In the 1911 census the Allard family were living at 1 Vere Street, Roath and Harry was working as a plumber’s assistant. He enlisted in Bristol. He served as a Lance Corporal in the 8th Battalion of the Devonshire Regiment. He was killed in action on the Western Front on 25 Sep 1915, on his 21st birthday. He is remembered on the Loos memorial in France. He is also remembered on the Broadway Methodist church war memorial plaque now at the Trinity Centre. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.
Cyfartha Street Mission plaque
Names on the memorial: Sydney Banbury, Sidney, Frank Stacey