Thursdays on Zoom

7 pm - 8.30 pm

Guided meditations & Dharma share with Chris Nuttall and guest teachers.

Guided meditations suitable for all levels. Calming, insight and heart abiding practices with qi gong and gentle mindful movement. Buddhist philosophy and teachings are covered. 

Our 'Sangha' are a friendly bunch, and our centre is a good place to cultivate positive friendships and receive constructive support. Through your efforts, and with this support, you can start to heal those areas of your life that are causing you suffering, leading to a more fulfilling, healthy and happy life.

Download the Zoom App and then use this link:

Zoom manual connection:

Meeting ID: 484 874 042  Passcode: 942170

(When Temple open) Quarantined chairs, mats and cushions can be provided, but we encourage you to bring along your own preferred seating.)

All our Dharma activities are a suggested donation of £5 waged / £3 unwaged.

We run monthly 'Urban retreats' at the centre and 'Forest retreats' in local woodlands. EMAIL CHRIS for more details.


Sunday mornings on Zoom (2nd & 4th Sundays of each month)

10 am - 11.30 am

'Sangha Sisters' woman's group with Nicky Elliott & Julia Cole

Our Sisterhood is a sacred gathering, coming together to lift spirits, find our light and shine.  

Our circle is here to create a space that encourages introspection and investigation, leading the way to a deeper understanding of purpose and belonging!

Wherever we are in our practice, advanced or just beginning , it can be deeply nourishing to have spiritual support and community.

In our coming together, the strength of sisterhood can enrich our lives, opening the door to deep and wholesome friendships and a collective healing.

EMAIL NICKY directly at: for more details and Zoom link.

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Sunday mornings on Zoom

9.30 am - 10.30 am, every week.

'Dhamma Brothers' men's group with Ross Mallon

The Dhamma Brothers group offers a space for men to share aspects of their meditation practice, thoughts, struggles and hopes. There is absolutely no limitation placed upon what you may wish to discuss but do please remain respectful of the views of others at all times. Alternatively, you may wish to maintain silence and simply enjoy the tranquillity, and this will be respected also – your presence solidifies our bond as a Buddhist community. 


Thank you. May we practise well and be free from suffering. 

Ross M.

EMAIL ROSS directly at: for more details and Zoom link.



If you would like to support our classes and help keep our Dharma activities alive, then please contribute via one of the options.


We suggest a donation of £5, or whatever you can afford.

Even the smallest amount is gratefully appreciated.

Donate via online banking.

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Retreats & visits to our forest monasteries and retreat centres

We very much encourage our practitioners and friends to go and visit the other Thai Forest Buddhist Centres around the country. These places are well established and have been running as functioning monasteries and retreat centres for many years. They provide the perfect environment to take a break from the business and stresses of life and find some well-being and healing. You can gain much insight and peace through the practice of meditation, receiving compassionate spiritual support and top-notch guidance from these world renowned Ajahns (teachers).

All 4 centres are located in beautiful countryside where good fresh air and great walks can be experienced also.

These places are always beneficial and a delight to visit!

Please visit their websites for further details and inspiration.

Amaravati, Hemel Hampstead (retreats & staying as guest)

Cittaviveka, Chithurst (staying as guest)

Hartridge, Honiton (staying as guest)

 Aruna Ratanagiri. Harnham, Belsay (retreats & staying as guest)

We have a great selection of books from a range of all Buddhist traditions in our library. You can take them home for a suitable period, this is based on  a trust system. Speak to Chris

We invite monks from Amaravati, Cittaviveka and Hartridge Buddhist monasteries to teach here at our centre.  Keep an eye on the "Workshops & retreats" page or get added to our emailing list for updates on these events