A private investor, represented by Curchod & Co, has sold the former Odd Fellows Hall, in Queens Road, Aldershot to the Shiva Cultural & Community Centre.
The property will be used as a temple and community hall by the registered charity who aim to promote culture and social integrity to children, young people, the elderly and the general public.
The charity provides education, training, religious activities, arts, culture, heritage, science, human rights, religious or racial harmony and equality or diversity.
The charity has purchased the 2,662 sq.ft. property, which is located close to the town centre, for an undisclosed sum.
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