Prices for our Courses and Events

How much do I pay?

Most of our events have more than one price level. If you’re able to pay the standard rate, that helps us offer lower rates to those who can’t. If you can’t, we still want you to be able to come!

You can pay the Concessionary Rate if:

  • You receive a UK state benefit such as Job Seekers’ Allowance, Income Support, Child Tax Credit, Working Tax Credit, Housing Benefit, Employment and Support Allowance and Severe Disability Allowance
  • Your sole source of income is a state pension
  • You are a full – time student in further or higher education in the UK

We may ask for evidence of your concessionary rate

You can pay the 18 – 25 Rate if:

  • You are aged 18 – 25
  • You are an Order member attending a Mitra event in a supportive spirit
  • This is a highly discounted rate though, so if you can make an additional donation to support the Centre’s work or pay one of the other rates that would be really helpful

We may ask for evidence of your 18 – 25 rate

Problem paying?

As a small unfunded charity, the Centre relies on the generosity of people who come here, but we also don’t want to turn anyone away. If payment is still a problem, please contact the Centre Team on and we’ll work something out with you.

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Manchester Buddhist Centre
16-20 Turner Street
Northern Quarter, M4 1DZ
0161 834 9232
Please contact us by email when we're closed

Opening Times & more

Opening Times:

• Tues, Weds, Thurs: 11am - 3pm
• Sat: 10.30am - 2.30pm
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Charity details
Manchester Buddhist Centre is a registered charity (registration no. 514937). More information in our entry on the Charity Commission website - search charity list on 514937

Mission statement from our charity registration

The advancement of the Buddhist religion, in particular:

  1. To encourage members and others to live in accordance with the teachings of the Buddha
  2. To support ordained members of the Triratna Buddhist Order and other duly ordained Buddhists at the discretion of the Council of Manchester Buddhist Centre
  3. To maintain close communication with, and work under the guidance of, the Triratna Buddhist Order and in co-operation with other groups with the same objects
  4. To use applications of the Buddha’s teaching to promote the health and well-being of all
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