The Lincolnshire Coastal Branch of the British National Party are currently receiving contact from residents in Skegness in relation to the cruelty concerns at Christmas at the recently opened Halal Slaughterhouse.
The Party is recognised as the legitimate voice of residents who are turning to the local branch for guidance and action to take place in the forthcoming weeks.
An investigative team from the well established Branch has been pro active in building strong relationships with locals and during the Christmas break the images below have been captured which confirm the findings of some residents who are contacting the Branch with an increasing number of letters highlighting their concerns.
The images show a rusting and uncovered and totally unprotected skip with questionable loading techniques containing abattoir animal waste products positioned only yards from a gully grate intended for surface water drainage and not for the containment of noxious waste.
This calls into question the disposal and care methods in relation to bacterial contamination into the water courses and the risk posed by seabirds feeding from rotting waste. In addition to this the storage of uncovered straw and animal faeces from transport vehicles in the larger pictured yellow skip indicates potential health risks.
Animal intestines and entrails should not be visible from the highway in open inappropriate containers dumped in a yard during the severe wet weather and the smell coming from the site, despite the cold weather is very notable. In summary, after only a few weeks it appears evidence exists of poor hygiene standards and the storage in skips of waste left open to the elements is wholly unacceptable.
Branch & Group Organiser Robert Ashton confirmed that The Party is receiving dozens of phone and text messages from Skegness residents who appear determined to demonstrate their willingness to support the British National Party as it is only the BNP who are vigilant in the campaign to halt ritual slaughter in the town.
Mr. Ashton continued in stating that it is admirable that party activists are showing such concern for animal welfare and by campaigning over the Christmas break it is clear to local people that we really do care.
He added that Party Chairman Nick Griffin received a warm welcome in Lincolnshire this Autumn and his visit to Skegness has been praised as being constructive in raising the profile of shocking religious ritual slaughter which blights the seaside resort.
A Day of Action is planned for Saturday 12 January 2013 with a start time of 11.30 am.
Simply call/text 0771 4009285 to receive re direction point details.
If you are unable to attend please consider forwarding books of stamps, letters of support and your address details so the Branch can forward invitations to 2013 Meetings.
The contact address is: Lincolnshire Coastal Branch, PO Box 43, Alford, Lincolnshire, LN 13 3AH.