By Bob Taylor-Saturday 2nd February saw British National Party activists once again on the streets on Hilldene, Harold Hill in Essex.
The month of January was spent campaigning against the council’s plans to introduce car parking charges in the shopping precinct in one of the borough’s poorest areas.
Party activists have collected more than 621 signatures in support of their opposition to these unjust charges.
A team of activists returned to Hilldene on Saturday to continue with the petition and also to start the Party's new national campaign ’Save our Seals.'
The ‘Save Our Seals’ campaign has now quickly turned in to a by-election campaign due to the death of local Gooshays ward Conservative councilor Dennis Bull, who died after suffering a stroke a few weeks ago.
Havering British National Party's thoughts and condolences go out to Mr. Bull's family and friends at this sad time.
Although the by-election is yet to be called, Havering British National Party have wasted no time switching from the Save our Seals campaign to signing up postal voters on the street in preparation for the upcoming by-election.
We have, in total, 27 postal voters signed up along with one new lady member and also £28 raised in donations by kind members of the public.
The British National Party also informed the local residents of the food bank that they will be running next Saturday ( 9/2/2013 ) for O.A.Ps, who can come along and select a few tins of food stuff, teabags, biscuits etc, all donated by kind members of the public