The temple aim was to provide the community with a Hindu Temple. Together, with the building team, friends and family, they have converted the building into the Sri Thurkkai Amman Temple.
Its official opening was on Sunday 8th April, which hosted more than 200 people and was a truly spiritual event. They have self funded this project from start to finish and continue to do so. A lot of time and money has been invested in The Sri Thurkkai Amman Temple.
They look forward to welcoming you to The Sri Thurkkai Amman Temple Nottingham.
Due to limited parking at their temple, temple encourages people to use public transport whenever possible. If, however, you do need to travel by car, please use off road parking.
Also they have very good bus services to the temple and the train service. Also if you could suggest that people park in the Leyton Crescent Community Centre car park, which is at the end of Maple Ave on your map and is less than 5 mins walk from your Temple, it would be appreciated.
Beeston Station now has hourly services to Leicester, London, Birmingham, Lincoln and Matlock (and stations in between). Half hourly to Derby and four an hour to Nottingham. In fact it has the best service ever since the station was opened in 1839.
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