About Us


Sikh Union Coventry was formed by students in the 1970’s initially as a Hockey club (see About us – History) but now it covers a whole range of sports, recreational and fundraising activities in the Coventry area.

Our aims and objectives

To develop and provide educational and recreational resources for the Sikh youth.

To organise events and facilities catering for Sikh cultural, sports and social needs.

To develop partnerships with other communities.

To strengthen and promote the moral, spiritual and cultural values of the Sikh community.

To provide a platform for the Sikh youth to integrate amongst themselves and others.


In June 2016, Sikh Union Coventry was awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.  This award is the highest honour given to volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work in their communities and is equivalent in status to an MBE. The Award was created in 2002 to celebrate the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and winners are announced each year on 2nd June; the anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation. Members of the Committee were invited to Buckingham Palace to meet members of the Royal Family, and this was followed by a formal presentation of the commemorative crystal and certificate on 6th August at the clubs headquarters at Daimler Green Community Centre.

Queens Award Press Release version final 2016



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