Our annual weekend retreat in Lancashire is a great opportunity to hang out and practise together in beautiful surroundings, and an excellent first retreat for men who are quite new to our community
The retreat is at Brinscall Hall near Chorley, Lancashire, a beautiful Victorian country house set in rambling gardens – map link below. Owned by the School of Practical Philosophy, Brinscall Hall is used to hosting retreats. All vegan meals are included, and lots of cups of tea. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any medical requirements around food.
Disabled access is good on the ground floor but less so upstairs – please get in touch with any queries. Accommodation is in shared rooms with a very limited number of bedrooms for those with medical requirements – please contact us on email@example.com to discuss arrangements before booking. There’s plenty of camping space if you prefer the outdoors and can bring your own equipment.
Any other queries about the venue, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, not the venue. Thanks.
• Maximum number of participants is 29
• Bookings close on Wednesday 11th September
• Full joining details will be sent after booking
• Please arrive between 4 – 6 pm in time for the evening meal
• There’s a local train station and taxi service and we encourage people to travel together
• You need to bring your own bed linen please for a single bed – the venue does not have spares!
• You might like to bring a note book and pen
Well, here’s a great place to start, in the friendly company of some faces you may already know or have seen online, all of us coming together to create a sense of community and belonging as we share our journey together. A Manchester Buddhist Centre retreat can help you develop friendship, deepen meditation and discover new inspirations for your practice.