Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Broxtowe BNP election campaign officially launched

Broxtowe BNP election campaign was officially launched at last weekends meeting.

Both members, local supporters and some enquirers from the recent Greasley by election campaign attended to listen to East Midlands no 1 Euro election candidate, Reverend Robert West.

Local organiser Nina Brown spoke about the proposed closure of nearby Durban House Heritage Centre, which serves as a museum dedicated to famous Eastwood author and poet, D. H Lawrence and also as a museum to the coal mining history of the area. Broxtowe Borough Council want to make savings by slashing £60k from its £150k budget. We believe this to be an insult to the generations of families that we once employed in the local mining industry.

A policy manifesto presentation was given by Amber Valley Borough Councillor Lewis Allsebrook and a question and answers session ended the afternoon. Over £200 was taken in a collection.

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