"We have recently received 5,000 brand new glossy leaflets and they look extremely professional," North Shropshire British National Party organiser Phil Reddall told 'Shropshire Patriot' today.
"They last few weeks have proved highly productive activism-wise, with leaflets going out in Market Drayton and Oswestry," Mr. Reddall continued.
Local residents in Market Drayton have been kept informed via a local patriot leaflet which details cuts being made by Shropshire County Council. While parking charges are forced upon would-be shoppers and workers, Shropshire County Councillors can claim 40p per mile travel allowance.
"This is a smack in the face to local business people, workers, shoppers and visitors to the town," Mr. Reddall said. "We are keeping a detailed record of how the cuts affect local people, and come election time, local people will be reminded just what Shropshire County Council are have done."
Meanwhile, local activists in Oswestry have been busy putting out 'Bring Our Boys Home' leaflets, and are preparing to hit the streets again with the Party's new glossy leaflet featuring the image of Enis Dalton and her slogan, "Because I Care."
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