BUDDHISM IN WESTMINSTER     

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The District - the front line of Kosen-Rufu




Maida Vale
- located as the name suggests, in Maida Vale and surrounding area



Little Venice - grew from Maida Vale District. Covering the South Western area straddling Maida Vale and the Edgeware Road






St John's Wood - St John's Wood Station, High Street, and the areas surrounding Lords Cricket Ground
Regent's Park came into being as a result of dynamic growth within St. John's Wood District.
As the name suggests, this district serves to support members and local residents in the area that spans between Baker Street, St. John's Wood and the borders of West Camden.
Mayfair - Jonathan Wheatley, Men's Division leader says, "From Devonshire Place and the BBC to the north east, with Regent Street in the East, Hyde Park in the West and beyond Piccadilly to the South, Mayfair truly represents, being our most recently formed district, the heart of London. 
We are very excited about the future growth of this district - after all a London without Mayfair is like Paris without The Champs Elysee or New York without Greenwich Village"



Marylebone
- Straddling Marylebone Road, and areas around Marylebone Station and Westminster City Council House




West End
- accomodating the renowned shopping district including Oxford Street and adjacent locales
Marylebone Station, London

We are hoping to feature something about each of the districts here. Something that, as we continue our daily battles for the sake of kosen-rufu, will serve to encourage and inspire us.