Rangjung Yeshe Uk

Rangjung Yeshe Uk

Charity information

Rangjung Yeshe Uk

The advancement of the Buddhist faith in accordance with the Vajryana (Tibetan) tradition. To manage the estate under Buddhist ecological principles together with local environmental groups and to promote the research, study, preservation and restoration of the natural habitat.

Founded 2009

  • Mission statement

    Gomde, Lindholme Hall Estate provides a refuge for all those who wish to experience an inner calmness in a tranquil setting through the teachings of the Buddha.
    Gomde is uniquely situated on a 180 acre estate surrounded by a national nature reserve. The care and conservation of the estate is managed to protect and enhance natural habitats and the environment.
    In Tibetan, “ Gom” means to become familiar with something; in this case familiar with the nature of who we really are, through study, reflection and meditation. “De” means a community. So Gomde is a place where the community meditate and practice together.
    Gomde is a place for the study of the authentic Buddha Dharma, as taught in the Kagyu and Nyingma traditions and especially the unbroken lineage of the Chokling Tersar.
    It is a place to benefit all beings, to help us tame our minds, to transform our disturbing emotions so that our innate kindness, wisdom and compassion can manifest.

  • Aims

    Rangjung Yeshe Uk aims to:

    • To provide Buddhist teachings in the form of regular daily practice, seminars, courses and individual retreats and to be a place of educational resource.
    • To embody the relationship between Buddhism and concern for the environment through sustainable living, conservation, scientific research and to host lectures and conferences.
    • To radiate the values of Buddhism, kindness, calmness and clarity through our activities; including the kinship of faiths, our relationship with the wider community and other organisations and faiths.
    • To establish a Buddhist monastic community with, at its heart, an authentic Tibetan temple with accommodation for both lay and ordained practitioners. To provide a centre to welcome visitors
  • Overview

    Established: September 2009

    Registered Charity Number: 01132050

    Board members: 6

    Full time staff: 4

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 45

    Phone number: 07813 786861

    Address: lindholme hall dn7 6dt