Turning Wheel Buddhist Temple is a Sōtō Zen temple in Leicester, in the East Midlands.
The Temple is located in a semi-detached house in the West Knighton area of Leicester, and was established in December 2014.
We have a spacious Meditation Hall which can seat 20 people or so for meditation.
In addition to chairs, we also have meditation benches (used in a kneeling position) and traditional meditation cushions to sit on for meditation.
With a bay window at the front and patio doors at the rear, the Meditation Hall is very light and airy.
Upstairs we have a common room which is used for Dharma talks and discussions, and where visitors can relax and enjoy a cup of tea.
Outside there is a nicely laid out rear garden, which has a mix of lawn area, flower beds and block-paving paths.
There is also a large bedroom overlooking the garden, which has accommodation for anyone staying at the temple overnight.