The 9th Annual John Tyndall Memorial Meeting

This year’s John Tyndall Memorial meeting is again being organized by Heritage and Destiny magazine and will be held in Preston, Lancashire on Saturday October 11th at 1pm. If you wish to attend – and I hope you all will – please call our office number(s) – 07833 677484 or 07747 373946 – for full details and directions to the venue (which will be just outside of Preston city centre).

The meeting which will be chaired by former BNP West Midlands organizer Keith Axon, will have some great speakers – including – Andrew Brons former MEP; Jez Turner, from the London Forum; Peter Rushton H&D assistant editor, Dr. James Lewthwaite from the BDP, Steve Frost from British Movement, Richard Edmonds from the National Front, author and publisher Simon Sheppard, and Alex Davies from National Action.  A full list of speakers will be announced/updated online here at – so keep checking!

The doors open at 12 noon and meeting will start at 1pm prompt.  However, can you please aim to get to Preston between 11.30am – 12 noon as we will have two re-direction points (one for those coming by car and the other for those using public transport) in operation and we want to get everybody to the meeting venue in plenty of time.

There will be literature/merchandise tables from a number of different nationalist groups at the meeting, including a great new & secondhand book table. If you or your group would like a free merchandise table to sell your wares at the meeting please contact us ASAP as space is now limited. We also need more items for the auction and raffle, so if you have anything you can donate to either please let us know – or just bring it along.

There will be a large buffet (including vegetarian); cash-bar; raffle (with some great prizes), auction and much more. So make sure you, your family and friends are free Saturday October 11th and get yourselves over to Preston!

Andrew Brons – former MEP for Yorkshire & Humber (2009-2014) – now President of the British Democratic Party. A graduate of York University, Mr Brons was lecturer in politics at Harrogate College from 1970 until retiring in 2005. Mr Brons achieved one of the best parliamentary election results in NF history at the Birmingham Stechford by-election in 1977, polling 8.2%. From 1980 to 1984 he was chairman of the National Front, where he helped re-introduce radical British nationalist ideas.

Richard Edmonds was a founder member of the BNP and was right-hand man to John Tyndall as BNP National Organiser from 1986 to 1999. Perhaps most famous for his leading role in the election of the first ever BNP Councillor Derek Beackon in 1993. A former mathematics teacher, Mr Edmonds has been a parliamentary candidate on four occasions.

Heritage and Destiny’s Peter Rushton

Those of you are coming by train/coach, please book up well in advance, or else all the cheap seats will be gone. Likewise if you need overnight accommodation in Preston, book now to get the best deals (call our office for advice if need be). If you are flying in the nearest airports are Manchester and Blackpool, both have direct trains to Preston.

If for whatever reason, you can’t attend the meeting, but would like to send a donation, to help with the meeting costs instead, that would be great. Please send whatever you can afford. Thank you all once again for your fantastic support and I look forward to seeing and meeting as many nationalists as possible in Preston on Saturday October 11th.

Donations/enquiries can be sent to:
PayPal/email to
Tel: 07833 677484
Postal address: 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 6HE

Jez Turner of the London Forum

Alex Davies of National Action

Simon Sheppard (right!), author, publisher and Yorkshireman, whose principled defiance of the race relations industry led to his imprisonment after a notorious extradition from the USA.

Dr Jim Lewthwaite of Democratic Nationalists, a former Bradford City Councillor, speaking at the John Tyndall Memorial in Preston.

John Tyndall (centre) with Colin Jordan and George Lincoln Rockwell at the famous Cotswolds camp in 1962. Steve Frost – national secretary of the British Movement – will be speaking at this year’s JT memorial on the political legacy of Colin Jordan and John Tyndall.

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