Arriving at the Leeds University ‘Faith & Culture Groups’ fresher’s fair in 2009, I was immediately struck by the size of the ‘market’ of university faith societies. At the fair, the Sikh society stall was placed opposite the Hindu society and next to the Indonesian society. The stall consisted of a table covered with a ‘Khanda’ insignia, a Sikh society display, a variety of leaflets produced by the British Organisation of Sikh Students (BOSS) and a box of Punjabi sweets for all who passed by. Members were charged £6 for joining the society, receiving a BOSS pack, a samosa and a membership card.