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March Donation
March Donation

In March a total of £434.00 was raised and 6,498 votes were made, this meant that in March each vote was worth just over 6 pence. The March donation has been shared in the following way: 1. Scholes Lunch Club 3864 votes, 60% overall, meaning a donation of £258.08 2. Cleckheaton...

February Donation
February Donation

In February a total of £434.00 was raised and 6,190 votes were made, this meant that in February each vote was worth just over 7 pence. The February donation has been shared in the following way: 1. Scholes Lunch Club 2963 votes, 48% overall, meaning a donation of £207.75 2. Clec...

January Donation
January Donation

  In January a total of £469 was raised and 15,804 votes were made, this meant that in January each vote was worth just under 3 pence. The January donation has been shared in the following way: 1. Spenborough Swimming Club 5835 votes,  37% overall, meaning a donation of £...

December Donation
December Donation

In December a total of £455 was raised and 9672 votes were made. This meant that in December each vote made was worth just over 4.7 pence. The December donation has been shared in the following way: 1. Spenborough Swimming Club 4000 votes,  42% overall, meaning a donation of £188...

In March, Trilocal Donations raised:

£434

This money has been divided between your chosen charities:

60%

£258.08

5%

£24.31

Since we started, Trilocal Raised So Far has donated:

12,510

About Trilocal

In April 2009, three months before my 18th birthday, I was diagnosed with grade 4 cancerous brain and spinal tumours. Read more...


Within 48 hours of walking into A&E, I awoke from life saving brain surgery. During that 48 hour period, I couldn't help but think that was it... game over. The reality was that I awoke from surgery, opened my eyes, wiggled my toes, fingers and opened my mouth to speak. I could do it. From that moment forward I've thought of myself as the luckiest man alive.

After removing the majority of the brain tumour, radiotherapy and chemotherapy followed. This time in my life, although tough in parts, has been inspirational and thought provoking. It has provided me with the opportunity to meet so many inspiring people, each with their own individual stories of wisdom, courage and adversity.

My experience has changed my life, without the support and care I have received throughout my treatment I would not be here today. I've relied on close family, friends and complete strangers. These strangers were not just surgeons, anaesthetists, doctors and nurses but charities, charitable donations, donors and you, the British tax payer. This support network inspired the idea behind Trilocal. Much like the support and care I received throughout treatment, Trilocal recognises the necessity of friendship and togetherness, encompassing a true sense of community.

Trilocal is built around three main attributes... local people, local businesses and local charities. As individual groups they each offer a service that another needs or wants. Trilocal works with this and creates something a little bit different, helping the individual groups work together collectively to create the support network which the community needs.

Trilocal is a geographically based local advertising directory, providing you with the details of local businesses that match your needs. We charge businesses an advertising fee of £15.00 per month and donate £7.00 of this to chosen charities within the local community. Our users, by voting daily, determine which charity receives what percentage of the funds available.

You're the inspiration behind Trilocal. Together, with your support, we will develop and improve our local areas.... one community at a time. Read less...

Meet the team...

Trilocal Tom

Tom Brook

Director

Trilocal Anne

Anne Brook

Director