British Sikh Consultative Forum

A forum for Sikh organisations to come together for mutual consultation.
Vaccine for Covid-19 Zoom Q&A

Covid-19 vaccine Q&A

Watch the Covid-19 vaccine Q&A held on 21st Jan 2021

Amritsar, Golden Temple, India

Guidelines for Gurdwaras

Gurdwaras are places where Sikhs go to learn…

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Covid-19 guidelines for Gurdwaras

Covid-19 advice for gurdwara’s


July 2021 Newsletter

The Nishkam Civic Association (NCA), also known as the Nishkam Centre, was established in 2003 and the building was finished in 2006. It is a unique organisation charged with the task of developing a dynamic Sikh faith-inspired...

June 2021 Newsletter

The role of the Gurdwara in the 21st Century.  Dr Sadhu Singh, Director of BSCF, says that the Gurdwaras are places where Sikhs go to learn from the Guru Granth Sahib. ...

Vaisakhi at Westminster 2021 Update

Detailed speeches from the Vaisakhi at Westminster 2021 event which we hope you enjoy reading. Our thanks to all the MPs who took the time out to join us, and to all the participants who joined the online celebrations. Read the newsletter online


Trade with India: call for input

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement in May 2021 of the UK’s intent to negotiate a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement with India, we are preparing for this negotiation. All responses should be submitted via the online consultation platform. This consultation...

About Us

British Sikh Consultative Forum

Established 2002, The BSCF provides a forum for Sikh organisations to come together for mutual consultation as well as offer a central point for interface with Government, national bodies, organisation and other communities.

What we do


The BSCF engages in consensus building and consultations on issues affecting British Sikhs


BSCF networks with Gurdwaras, Sikh Organisations and individuals for important information, consultations, coordination and projects.


BSCF information and advice on GurSikhi and Sikhs where needed and to Sikhs on issues that concern the Sikhs as a community.


BSCF acts as an interface between British Sikhs and Government as well as other institutions and communities.