Bristol Sikh Temple

Shri Guru Nanak Prakash Singh Sabha Gurdwara, also known as Bristol Sikh Temple was established in Bristol during 1958 at 8 St. Marks Road, Easton, Bristol. At that time there were around 10-14 Sikh homes in Bristol, in the early days there were times where these few Sikh families raised the Gurdwara mortgage payment each month.

Between the years 1999 and 2004, Bristol Sikh Temple has undergone major renovation to bring it up to modern day standards. Luxurious fixtures and fittings are now part of our Gurdwara with a large Diwan Hall, Langar Hall, Kitchen, Elderly Langar facilities, Disabled Toilet and much much more including dedicated classrooms, offices and storerooms.

We today are proud of the hard work and sacrifices made by the minority of Sikhs in Bristol in the early days.

Venue Type:

Sacred space

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School Visits

Everyone is welcome at the Bristol Sikh Temple, especially school children. Over the years the Gurdwara has provided hundreds of school children and visitors with an overview of Sikhism. We have nominated representatives who can provide a tour of the Gurdwara and answer any questions that may arise.

How to obtain

If you would like to organise a school visit to the Bristol Sikh Temple, please contact us by email at We request that you provide a minimum of three weeks notice in order for us to ensure that a representative is available for your visit.

Bristol Sikh Temple
71-75 Fishponds Road
City of Bristol




0117 902 0104

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