Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Boston campaign gathers pace

David Owens, at present a Boston Borough Councillor, is the British National Party's candidate in this Thursday's North-West Division election in the city.

Over the past weeks activists from Leicestershire have joined their Lincolnshire counterparts involved in the campaign, leafletting, canvassing, etc. and one of them has written to tell of his impressions after the team's latest visit last Saturday:

"28 E.midlands lads/girls were out in Boston on 10th October in support of our BNP candidate in the County Council by-election there, due on 15th October. Loads of work done in an area showing high interest/support for BNP. This writer (with the support of 3 others) covered a so-called `sink estate`, an area that reminded him of a council estate in Leicester near to where he was brought up in the 1940s/50s.`Sink` or not, folks were friendly and there were numerous "Vote BNP" signs in the windows - far more than he`d ever seen before. Nice day out- although tiring for a 73-year-old- but great stuff, especially when folks are coming up to you enquiring about getting in touch with the party. Fingers crossed, we`ll be `home and dry` on Thursday 15th."


Well done to everybody for their hard work, and spirit of cooperation.
The members of Leicestershire BNP join in sending their very best wishes, and good luck, for a well-deserved win on the 15th to David and his team.

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