Blackburn Buddhist Centre is part of the international Triratna Buddhist Community. We have a path of traditional Buddhist practice which offers a radically different way of viewing ourselves and our world. Our classes are open to people aged 18 or over.

Buddhism sees that all human beings have potential for unlimited positive change. At the Buddhist centre we are dedicated to realising this vision together – for the sake of all living beings.

Do you have a question?

These links might help provide the answer:

  • How do I find out about how to meditate or about Buddhism? See Newcomers
  • What is Buddhism?
  • What is meditation?
  • What are retreats and where can I find information about them?
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Contact us

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Blackburn Buddhist Centre,
16 Strawberry Bank,
Blackburn BB2 6AA

TEL: 01254 659868

painting of Amitabha Buddha by Aloka

Blackburn Buddhist Centre

Upcoming events and latest news

6-week intro course on Buddhist practice: Feb 2020

BOOKING ESSENTIAL as spaces are limited Starts Tuesday 11th February 2020: 7pm-9.30pm This 6-week course will introduce the essential ideas that support transformative Buddhist practice - we are not offering a little gentle relaxation, but will be concerned with...

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The radical nature of Buddhist practice: 6-week course

6-week introduction to Buddhism and meditation. Starts Tues 17th September 2019, 7pm-9.30pm. Explore with experienced Buddhist practitioners the transformative tools of Buddhism. Not for the faint-hearted, this course will be challenging and practical.

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Buddhist Action Month (BAM!)

During June, the Sangha spent several weeks exploring the theme 'Transforming self, transforming world'. Below is a brief (not exhaustive) summary of some of the themes that emerged: What kind of world do we want?  A world with Justice, Peace and Interconnection...

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Blackburn Buddhist Centre
16 Strawberry Bank
Blackburn BB2 6AA

Tel: 01254 659868
info@blackburnbuddhistcentre.org.uk

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