CSGB is an umbrella organisation

of all 13 Sikh Gurdwaras in Birmingham.

The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras in Birmingham has been successful in developing a collective voice, and in establishing the need for the community to be an integral part of the system to ensure equitable service delivery.

To meet this objective The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras provides a channel for two way communication, communication which is increasingly becoming sophisticated as understanding of needs and empowerment of the community increases. The Council has always looked at the city’s Gurdwaras for inspiration, ideas and agenda in its day to day work, and appreciates the support it receives from Birmingham City Council to keep the process moving.

The Council of Sikh Gurdwara’s in Birmingham hosts the largest outdoor Vaisakhi celebrations outside India with over 100,000 people from all over the country attending.

A Role for Gurdwaras

Gurdwaras are the main centres for social and cultural activity as well as religious services within the Sikh community…

Guidelines for Schools

The completion of Guidelines for Sikh Children, another first for the Sikh community. Copies of the guidelines are…

Community Consultation

The Council consults with the local mainstream statutory and voluntary agencies on policy and strategies which affect…

Sikhs into the Millenium

The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras in Birmingham (CSGB) was successful in organising a Sikh needs analysis conferences in 2000…

Identifying Community Needs

CSGB was successful in organising one of the first community Sikh needs conferences in 1993, from which emerged the report…

Monitoring service

One of the fundamental priorities, which resulted from community consultation, was the need to monitor the Sikh ethnicity…

The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras

Executive Committee for 2015-2017

Amrick Singh Ubhi


Dr Pyara Singh Bhogal


Vijay Singh

General Secretary

Balbir Singh

Assistant Treasurer

Kulvinder Chana

Assistant General Secretary

Cllr Gurdial Singh Atwal

PR Officer