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Community invited to explore historic Gedling House by new owners who want to transform it into Buddhist meditation centre

Kadampa Meditation Centres will open up the property to the community to have a look around the Grade II listed building and also see plans for the new centre.

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Gedling House is to fling open its doors to the community for an open day next month.

The historic property is to become a Buddhist meditation centre – if planning approval is granted.

And before plans move forward, new owners Kadampa Meditation Centres will open up the property to the community so they can have a look around the Grade II listed building and also see plans for the new centre.

A spokesman said:” By way of thank you to all our new neighbours we will be having an ‘open house’ event.

PICTURED: Gedling House and Woods

“Come and have a look around Gedling House, find out about its history and our plans for the future.

“So whether you are a history buff, want to revisit old memories or just want to enjoy the beautiful building – or maybe just nosy(!), you are welcome to join us.

“Members of the community will be on hand to show you around and answer questions and our historian, Mo Cooper, will share her fascinating ‘pen portraits’ of previous occupants of the house.

They added: “We are also very interested to hear your memories of the house and especially welcome any pictures.”

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The event, which takes place on November 13 between 2-5pm is free but numbers will be limited.

Refreshments will also be available

You can book your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/188462013957

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