2010 Local Council Elections

The England First Party will be standing seven candidates in this years local Council Elections – set for Thursday May 6th (the same day as the General Election).

EFP Chairman Mark Cotterill is standing in Ribbleton ward (Preston City Council).

Wigan EFP organiser Robert Ian Hague is standing in Ince ward (Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council).

Oldham EFP organiser Andrew Clayton is standing in St. James ward (Oldham Metropolitan Council).

Pendle EFP organiser David Geddes is standing in Bradley ward, Nelson (Pendle Borough Council).

Stoke EFP activists – Mark Leat is standing in Longton North; Spencer Cartlidge in Weston & Meir North; and Kate Gaynor Ward in Fenton ward (Stoke-On-Trent City Council).

If you live in or near any of these areas and would like to help with the election campaign please call the EFP office – 07833 677484 or e-mail – englandfirstparty@yahoo.com

If you can’t help out in person, but would like to make a donation towards the EFP election campaign please do so!

You can donate online via Paypal – Click here to go straight to our online donations page. Donate by credit/debit card via PayPal's secure server

Or you can send a cheque or postal order made payable to “England First Party” (mark “2010 Election Campaign” on the back) to; England First Party, 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, PR2 6HE.

EFP Candidates (clockwise from top left) - Andrew Clayton, Mark Cotterill, Kate Ward, Mark Leat, Spencer Cartlidge, David Geddes, Ian Hague

EFP Candidates (clockwise from top left) - Andrew Clayton, Mark Cotterill, Kate Ward, Mark Leat, Spencer Cartlidge, David Geddes, Ian Hague

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