England First Party election results 2009

Mark Cotterill - England First PartyEFP Chairman Mark Cotterill polled 599 votes (22.17%) in Preston East ward – Lancashire County Council Election.

The full result was:

Labour – 1004
Conservative – 707
England First – 599
Lib-Dem 371

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Elsewhere in Lancashire County Council Elections, Tony Justice polled 482 votes (11.53%) for the English Democrats in Rossendale North ward. The full result was:

Conservative – 1894
Labour – 1343
English Democrats – 482
Lib-Dem – 435

And Ken Walters polled 179 votes (5.18%) in Ormskirk West ward. The full result was:

Conservative – 1465
Labour – 968
UKIP – 427
Green – 412
English Democrats – 179

There was also a by-election in Radcliffe West ward on Bury Metropolitan Council. Steven Morris polled 228 votes (8%) for the English Democrats. The full result was:

Labour – 879
Conservative – 870
BNP – 459
Lib-Dem – 429
English Democrats – 228

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White Dragon Flag of EnglandWell done to all English Nationalist candidates who stood and also a big thank you to everybody who helped with their campaigns.

English Nationalists campaigning in Lancashire

EFP and EDP activists leafleting in Lancashire - County Council and European Elections 2009EFP and EDP activists were out and about in Lancashire over the weekend, delivering leaflets for both the 2009 County Council and European Elections. The response from the Lancashire public was very good, with many pledges of support, to vote England First Party in the County Council election and English Democrats in the European election.

We will be out leafleting every weekend – and some mid-day days between now and Election Day (June 4th), but we do need volunteers to come up to Lancashire to help us canvass and put out leaflets door to door. In some cases we can even arrange a lift up there and back for you and/or overnight accommodation – depending on where you live.

If you cannot physically help then you can help financially. Please send us a donation – however large or small towards the election campaign.

If you’re online please check our online donation page at www.efp.org.uk/support-us/donate/ where you will see how to make a donation via PayPal.

If you don’t have PayPal, then just mail a donation to England First Party, 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, PR2 6HE. (Cheques or Postal Orders should be made out to ‘England First Party’, with a note enclosed saying ‘2009 election’.) Details of how to make a donation to England First are all on the ‘Donate‘ page.

If you want to help with canvassing/leafleting, please contact us by email or telephone and let us know which date(s) you are available to help.

Let’s put Oldham back on the map!

Oldham EFP activists lead by Andy Clayton delivered almost 1,000 “Its Our England” leaflets door to door, in Oldham’s Hollinwood ward – an area that has been neglected by Nationalists for many years now. The response from local English people was again very good with many “well-done lads” and “it’s about time someone did something for English people”.

Oldham - Greater ManchesterAndy stood for the EFP in the nearby St. James ward last year – polling almost 20% – and hopes that a local candidate will come through so the EFP can stand in Hollinwood next year.

Oldham was once a stronghold for nationalism, but since the total collapse of the local BNP branch under the able leadership of Roy Goodwin (who lives in Blackpool!) nothing much was happening until the EFP came on the scene. The EFP plan to put Oldham well and truly back on the nationalist map!

The EFP intend to target Oldham again – and other neglected areas of Greater Manchester – in the run up to this years European Elections.England First Party activists - Oldham March 2009 If you live in the Greater Manchester area and would like to help, please do get in touch, you will be made most welcome.

EFP Activists Target Failswort

After a period of inactivity, Manchester EFP activists – joined by party Chairman Mark Cotterill – delivered almost 1,000 “Its Our England” leaflets door to door, in the Failsworth area of Tameside (which lies between Manchester and Oldham). The response from local English people in Failsworth was very good with many ‘thumbs up’ and “it’s about time someone stood up for the English”.

It's Our England - Let's Win It Back!Failsworth, it seems, is an area that has been ignored by the BNP, who have not been seen locally for many months now. * The EFP intend to target Failsworth again – and other neglected areas of Greater Manchester – in the run up to this years European Elections. If you live in the Greater Manchester area and would like to help, please do get in touch, you will be made most welcome.

* We finished the day with a well deserved pint in the local Last Orders Pub, where we were informed by a local supporter that the BNP once held meetings in the local Liberal Club, which is right in the middle of the area we had just leafleted. He went on to tell us that although he thought the BNP were right to “soften up their image”, holding meetings in the local Liberal Club was taking things just a bit too far!

Who were we to disagree!

Failsworth - Greater Manchester

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