The Arthur Findlay College, also known as Stansted Hall, was erected in 1871 and donated to the Spiritualists’ National Union by J. Arthur Findlay, a former honorary president of the group.
The college raises money by running weekly residential courses and two open weeks, but it requires significant sums for its maintenance. It is a crucial symbol of the Spiritualist National Union, a piece of British history, and a peaceful sanctuary for those seeking inner peace, come to meditate and find inspirations.
The goal of this fund is to keep the history alive and preserve the building and its breath-taking grounds. Let’s safeguard this history for many more generations to relish.