meets Wednesdays, in the Bodhinyana Hall at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3BZ
– When the personality gets involved everything becomes compicated. – Martin Evans
– Two ears but one mouth – using them proportionately and skillfully – Liam FitzPatrick
– The path of realisation – Nevyn Keating
How do I get to the Bodhinyana Hall?
Get directionsAmaravati is near Great Gaddesden, three miles north-west of Hemel Hempstead. Travelling from Hemel Hempstead, when you reach Great Gaddesden, turn left off the main road and drive past the entrance to the garden centre up a hill (Pipers Hill) on a small lane leading out of the village. Take the right fork half way up the hill and continue past a number of houses until you reach a sign ‘Amaravati’ on your left and you will see some large gates. Drive through the gates and park. Walk up the drive which passes to the left of the temple and cloisters and you will pass a Buddha statue on your right. On your left you will see three buildings. The Bodhinyana Hall is the second one, just after a small tree. Go up the steps and you will find a lobby which leads into a room with a large Buddha statue at the end.