Thursday, 29 August 2013
Members of County Durham British National Party have been out since July in the Tudhoe ward in Spennymoor, County Durham, to deliver Pete Molloy’s ‘Thank you’ leaflet for the county council elections that took place in May.
Mr Molloy said: ‘Unfortunately the local press, such as the Spennynews and The Northern Echo, will not print our thank you letters in their respective publications, but that doesn’t bother us as we get the opportunity to inform the electorate of the dirty tricks the local Labour party group get up to.’
Leading the leafleting sessions was County Durham Organiser Adam Walker, whose rapport with the locals helped ensure the leaflet was well received in the ward. It also prompted one member of the community to write to Mr Walker to air their disgust over the mayoral situation on Spennymoor Town Council.
Commenting on the letter, Mr Walker said: ‘It is always a pleasure to get positive feedback from people in our area about the good work we do and how corrupt the Labour party mafia are.
‘I notice that once again we are the only party who have thanked people for voting for us. We will continue to work hard all year round and to offer people an alternative to the usual rubbish that is dragged out just before election time.’
‘Thank you’ leaflet delivered in Tudhoe ward
County Durham BNP
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