Sean Pett's West Yorkshire branch enjoyed a great day's leafleting yesterday (23rd November) in Elland, a market town situated by the River Calder, halfway between Halifax and Huddersfield.
Sean (right) with two of the team of West Yorkshire volunteers.
Elland is home to Dobson's sweet factory (established 1850) and the 400-year-old Fleece Inn (said to be the most haunted pub in Britain), which is where we met before heading out to neighbouring streets to deliver our leaflets.
Dobson's sweets - in patriotic colours!
The Fleece Inn.
The town is representative of the English heartlands where people hold commonsense views and patriotic values, and are likely to support a party willing to stand up for those things - which is why Britain First's strategy is focussed on such areas.
If you live in West Yorkshire and would like to join our friendly team of activists, email Sean at [email protected]