Party Chairman & MEP for The North West of England Nick Griffin was once again welcomed by an impressive audience at the third Lincolnshire Coastal Branch meeting in 6 weeks highlighting the fact that the strongly held beliefs which the Party hold are proving to be immensely popular with voters along the Lincolnshire Coast.
The meeting featured an interesting and most informative speech by the Party Chairman helping to maintain the Branch performance in tandem with a commitment to drive the Party forward with a wide variety of new campaigning ideas and uncompromising carefully designed campaign themes.
Branch Organiser Robert Ashton explained that in Lincolnshire it is essential that activists team up to create an effective strong opposition force in particular in respect to the Skegness Halal Abattoir.
In Skegness extraordinary levels of support are present with enquiries simultaneously being received in significant numbers.
From Muslim Paedophile grooming to Bringing Our Troops Home Party Chairman Nick Griffin presented a compelling case for additional support for The British National Party and his visit will help with making the success in the region continue.
The meeting featured a highly productive Question & Answer session which concluded with the presentation of a bespoke framed colour and monochrome print to the Chairman showing an image from his visit to the Branch 12 months ago.
Moreover a collection and raffle raised a figure approaching £1000 further demonstrating the concerted effort being produced in this area of Lincolnshire where the Party is winning new friends.