Wolverhampton organiser, Simon Patten, opened proceedings with a detailed account of fundraising and canvassing reports in the lead up to the European elections in June and more recent tales, plus an expose on how a government funded group, known as the UAF is being supported and utilised by all parties and left wing pressure groups.
"As there were only a few of us, and we knew that the Black Country team were doing a similar sale a few miles away, we telephoned them for support" Mr Patten continued "and we waited only about 15 minutes before Russ Green and John Salvage turned up".
Mr Patten also introduced the new Wolverhampton BNP team, himself the organiser, Mike Kiely (deputy organiser), Dave Bradnock the new fund-holder, and local BNP first points of contact John Painter (Wolverhampton S/E), Stuart Gardner (Wolverhampton S/W) and Mike (South Staffordshire).
Third speaker was former Black Country organiser Ken Griffiths, who spoke in depth over planning application controversies in the Dudley area and made more valid points about how the UAF are being utilised by all parties at local levels to attempt to hinder the democratic rights of the BNP.
Mr Reddall concluded by saying that the only way that the indigenous peoples of Britain would prosper, would be under a BNP government.