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Bury St. Edmunds Triratna Buddhist Community

Address: The Quaker Meeting House, St John’s Street   Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk IP33 1SJ
Tradition: Triratna
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
Phone: 07874 222 185
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Ipswich Buddhist Centre

Address: 4 Friars Bridge Road   Ipswich Suffolk IP1 1RR
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Western Buddhism
Affiliation: Triratna ( formerly Friends of the Western Buddhist Order)
Phone: 01473 211516
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Contact: Jñanamitra  

Wangford Zen Group

Address: 34 Elms Farm Cottages, Wangford, Beccles, Suffolk NR34 8BA  Suffolk
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
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Contact: Dick Feakins  

Dhamma Sukhakari

Address: Saxon Road, Saxmundham   Suffolk IP17 1EF
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: UK Vipassana Trust
Phone: 01728 602 580
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The Dhamma House can accommodate up to 28 people and offers 1 day, weekend and 3 day Assistant Teacher lead courses to students who have already completed a full 10 day course.

There are also 1 day and residential courses for Children and young people, children's courses

Newmarket Meditation Group

Address: 72 Exeter Road   Newmarket Suffolk CB8 8LR
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
Phone: 01638 603286
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The Newmarket Meditation Group (NMG) meets regularly at The Old Stable House Retreat Centre in Newmarket (Suffolk, England). This fine venue, standing in its own secluded grounds, provides ideal facilities for walking and sitting meditation sessions and overnight accommodation for weekend retreats.
The group welcomes newcomers to meditation as well as old hands. The Newmarket Meditation Group is run by Richard Prangnell and Rosie Hitchins, who are both experienced meditators and at different times they have both been Resident Lay Managers at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Even though the system followed is the same method as taught by the Buddha, the NMG is open to followers of any faith (or none). The NMG offers all comers the opportunity to simply give authentic, Buddhist style meditation a try. If all it does is help to reduce your stress level, then surely that is a positive result!
NMG sessions are invariably informal and easy-going. There is plenty of comfortable seating and lots of space for floor sitters (if your knees can take the strain!) and wheelchairs.

Meetings last about 2 hours with time divided equally between walking meditation, sitting meditation, group discussion and listening to a talk by a meditation master.
Contact details: Richard Prangnell.