The East Midland's most pro active Branch held an exclusive invitation only 3 course St George's Day Dinner at a premier location in Louth on April 23 to celebrate England's national day.
Lincolnshire Coastal Branch Organiser Robert Ashton welcomed guest Rev. Robert West to the event which was heavily subscribed providing dozens of activists with the opportunity of dining together enjoying a traditional sumptuous meal served within a quality restaurant venue.
It was agreed that the 6.5 million voters in France opting to vote for The Front National will give a further boost for the Party which highlights the concern regarding the surge in immigration. Indeed in Lincolnshire this is becoming a major concern and support is coming direct to the Party.
Robert Ashton announced two further meetings in the next fortnight being held to cater for a continued increase in support. It is expected that the latter meeting will be the largest in Lincolnshire for many years primarily due to the level of interest being shown following intense leafleting using the Party's latest outstanding full colour leaflets and campaigning materials.
With 24 months to the 2014 European Elections it is clear that Lincolnshire provides the base for a real effort in the East Midlands to capture a seat for The British National Party.