The UK's largest network of Sikhs.
We have over 7,000 members throughout the UK from all communities. We are based on universal values of professionalism, openness and mutual respect.
Benefits of becoming a member
It's free to join
Membership doesn’t cost anything and is open to everyone, not just Sikhs. You just have to give us your Name and Email Address to join.
Expand your network
Most of our events have allocated networking time. It’s a great opportunity to meet people in your industry as well as others.
Be inspired and keep learning
As Sikhs we are all continual learners in life and attending our inspiring events you can learn from people from a range of backgrounds to help you excel in your own life.
Make new friends
We provide a safe and friendly atmosphere at our regular informal social events.
Advertise with us
If you have an event, product or information that you think is relevant to our members we have a number of ways for you to engage with them.
The City Sikhs Network relies solely on generous contributions both in money and time to be able to provide its services. We have donation options ranging from £2 a month to £10 a month.
In the Media
We regularly provide viewpoints on a variety of issues effecting British Sikhs and overseas. Contact our media team if you require a Sikh viewpoint.
Local BBC Radio
BBC Asian Network
BBC World News
News and Articles
One of the founding trustees at City Sikhs has been awarded the British Community Honours Award for services to charity at the 19th annual BCHA ceremony held at the House of Lords by The Lord Sheikh and Yasmin Sheikh CBE. His voluntary work has included working with a...read more
9 out of 10 Sikhs would respect the wishes of a family member who wants to donate their organs after they die, according to the British Sikh Report
Furthermore, 76% believe that Sikhs uphold the human rights of others in society The seventh annual British Sikh Report (BSR) has been launched. It is the only robust strategic document of its kind. Based on the results of a survey of almost 2,500 Sikhs...read more
78% want an apology, and 85% believe it should be taught at school According to a report being launched later this month, the majority of British Sikhs believe that the British Government should give a formal apology for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre,...read more