Wat Phra Dhammakaya Manchester (Thai: วัดเจริญภาวนา แมนเชสเตอร์; lit. 'the temple for cultivation of meditation'), also known in English as the North-West Centre for Buddhist Meditation, is a Thai Buddhist temple in Salford, England. Established on 8 February 2004 in a converted curtain-rail factory, it was the first Thai Buddhist temple in the northwest of England.
The temple was named Wat Phra Dhammakaya Manchester by the Thai community, and was consecrated with the blessing of the Most Venerable Phrarajbhavanavimol, head of the Thai Buddhist mission to England.
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