In the Northern Quarter
We are located in Manchester’s northern quarter, among many cafes, independent shops, Indian restaurants, craft and arts centres and some beautifully preserved, historic architecture.
16 – 20 Turner Street
- 0161 834 9232
- info [at] manchesterbuddhistcentre [dot] org [dot] uk
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- Charity registration no. 514937
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- Visit the Centre
We are a short walk from:
- Victoria and Piccadilly train stations, or take the tram to Shudehill
- Shudehill and Market Street tram stops
- Piccadilly and Shudehill bus stations
- High Street (Arndale) NCP carpark, Nicholas Croft, M4 1EY, 0845 050 7080. 24 hours / 7 days
- Church Street NCP car park, M4 1LX, 0845 050 7080. 6am – 10pm / 7 days
Please consider cycling, using public transport or car sharing.
And . . .
- There are several disabled people’s parking bays on and near Turner Street
- There are bike racks at the corner of High Street and Turner Street
- Look out for the Earth Cafe sign if you’re lost
Bank hols - see calendar
We welcome visitors with disabilities
- Lift to all public floors
- Disabled-friendly toilet on the ground floor
- Loop systems for hearing aid users in both halls
- However there are six steps up with handrails on both sides to the main entrance
We are committed to complete accessibility for disabled people by making the main entrance wheelchair-accessible. Due to the enormous generosity of a Sangha member, we will now be able to cover the £40 — 50,000 cost of installing external lift access in 2017.
If you are attending a course or event, please email us with any medical needs that you think we should be aware of, to make your experience as enjoyable as we can
Parents and babies
- Baby changing facilities in the ground floor toilet
- Two high chairs in Earth Cafe
- Use the ground floor kitchen to heat food and feed your baby
- Buggy access as above. We will help if we can