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Buddha Shop Albury opens it’s doors – a new era for the Albury Region and beyond …

A Bears Old Wares & Buddha Shop of Yackandandah have spread their wings and opened a NEW store in Albury.

This new shop has many of the same favourite items that everyone comes to see and buy at Yackandandah .. there is also a completely NEW range of products which have been sourced from Katmandu, Bali, Tibet, India and Thailand.

Andy Stevens and Gary Hayward co-owner operators of both shops have been very busy keeping a keen eye out and selecting only the very best products and along with their “Fair Trade and Environment Policy” been able to ensure that a Fair Price is paid for those products and that NO Child Labour is used in the manufacture of the products as well.  Click here to view the Buddha Shop “Fair Trade and Environment Policy”

So if your’e in the Albury/Wodonga region or just travelling through feel free to drop in to the Buddha Shop Albury at 478 B Dean St, Albury.

Located just near the Bended Elbow Hotel and next door to Blooms Country store, you are always welcome to visit and browse or just sit in the private meditation space for as long as you like. (it’s free)

Meditation room at Buddha Shop Albury

Meditation room at Buddha Shop Albury

Below a photograph of the inside of Buddha Shop Albury (new store)

Inside Buddha Shop Albury

Inside Buddha Shop Albury

 

Pictured below are Gaz and Andy outside their Yackandandah store with four Tibetan Buddhist Monks when they visited.

Four Tibetan Buddhist Monks with Andy and Gaz

Four Tibetan Buddhist Monks with Andy and Gaz

 

 

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More funds raised by Buddhist Communities in Sydney – extending Dana for Thai Flood victims

On Sunday 6th November, the ground of Cabravale Leisure Centre, Cabramatta was filled with thousands of Buddhist from the Cabramatta and Fairfield area for a Vegetarian Food Fair Festival, a fundraising for Thailand flood relief  to read more on this story please click here

If you would like to donate to the fund you can do so by sending your Cheque or money order to Wat Albury – the only Buddhist Temple in Albury just click on this link for details – donations can also be made by Direct Deposit into Wat Albury Bank account and the funds will all go to those in need.

Thai flood victims fund raising

Thai flood victims fund raising

 

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