Should a hard-working County and Borough Councillor tell her electorate about the good work she is doing in her community? Should she try to encourage other elected officials in her party to work in their neighbourhoods and learn from her example? Of course she should! The lady we are referring to is none other than our very own Sharon Wilkinson, Lancashire County Councillor, re-elected Burnley Borough Councillor and leader of the British National Party group on Burnley Borough Council.
Production of the Party’s new leaflet is well underway in the Burnley office for branches across the North West and Yorkshire. The hard-hitting and to-the-point leaflet has been going out in these regions and will continue to do so over the coming weeks, letting the British people know that there is one political party who will listen to their fears and speak out for them, the British National Party.
The first British National Party councillor to take up office in a mayoral role has been sworn in and has confirmed his wife, fellow party councillor Sharon Wilkinson, as his mayoress.
By Cllr Clive Jefferson – John Cave, the ex-Burnley Organiser and husband of British National Party District and County Councillor Sharon Wilkinson, has just been declared Deputy Mayor of Padiham in Lancashire.
By Cllr Clive Jefferson – After nominations for the local elections in England closed at noon yesterday, we are delighted to make our first (of many) announcements this election of newly elected British National Party councillors.
The British National Party beat both coalition government parties in a local election in Burnley last night. Both the Liberal Democrats and Tories were beaten by the British National Party, which won second place and significantly improved its percentage from 2010. Nearly a quarter of all those who voted supported us.
After a house fire in Burnley on 26th February, a young mother of three children was left with no possessions, no clothes for the children, no electricity and a home left blackened from burning and smoke damage and soaking wet from the fire hoses.
The appearance of the British National Party’s units in Burnley and Bolton on the streets of their towns last weekend has pushed the total number of party groups and branches taking part in the “bring our boys home” to 120, reports national organiser Clive Jefferson.
British National Party chairman Nick Griffin MEP opened the new North West Euro office in Burnley this week in order to further facilitate surgeries for his constituents, a new BNPtv report has revealed.