The British National Party is renowned for providing effective campaigns on issues highlighted by local people and in particular for representing the views of the majority robustly and clearly in cases where our voice is the only one heard .
The Halal Slaughterhouse Campaign launched by the Lincolnshire Coastal Branch during the summer has produced results above all expectations and now reaches a critical stage on the eve of the proposed opening of the Heath Road, Skegness production facility.
British National Party Chairman & MEP Nick Griffin has been the only political party leader to attend at the operation site assisting the Branch to demonstrate its willingness to campaign relentlessly against the ritual slaughter of animals and is pictured at the original Flash Demonstration.
The British National Party are unique in also securing an interview featuring the Party Chairman at the offices of the local newspaper, The Skegness Standard.
We are the only Party to receive widespread support in a Parliamentary constituency to be the first in Lincolnshire where the Party saved its deposit in the 2010 General Election.
The opening of the site has been delayed due to premises ownership difficulties, inspection delays, monitoring matters and more relevantly the opposition in the town, borne out by interest in the British National Party with record returns of enquiry forms.
Branch and Group Organiser Robert Ashton confirmed that the site is now due to become operational within days following a five week delay.
A planned Day of Action is being organised and local members, activists and regional contacts are being encouraged to text us their details in order that we can update the sender direct of planned demonstrations which are designed to provide real impact.
It is essential that all interested supporters text us their details t0 07714 009285 so we can inform them of Demonstration Dates. We need to take Action - Together!