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Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Centre Closed until at least 17th April.

Updated 20th March

Dear friends,

Following government advice to restrict the spread of the Coronavirus, we have decided to close the Cambridge Buddhist Centre, with immediate effect, until at least Friday 17th April. We will of course update you as more advice is given. If you are currently booked on a course or retreat which falls during this initial closure period, we will be contacting you separately by email to discuss the options available to you.
Practicing mindfulness and loving-kindness during times of crisis is ultimately what supports us all to stay emotionally positive and to grow. We are working on providing online resources and we are developing an online programme of events for you to participate in. This already includes our weekly Sangha Nights on a Tuesday and our Thursday night Meditation class.
The Buddha taught that we are deeply interconnected in seen and unseen ways. This virus has affected us all and we as a community continue to send our well-wishing and care to all those throughout the world who have been severely affected by the virus.

The closure of the Centre will mean the cancellation of our usual programme and so a huge loss in income. If you are not adversely affected and feel you could make a donation, this would be of great help for us to continue into the future. You can make a donation HERE.
With metta,
From all at the Cambridge Buddhist Centre