posted by: Nick Lowles | on: Thursday, 8 April 2010, 10:36
I'm on my way to Stoke-on-Trent today in preparation for the Super 48. Over a two-day period a core group of HOPE not hate activists are going into the city to join local activists with the aim of delivering 15,000 newspapers across three wards.
Our team includes some of our finest leafleters, from our Dagenham office volunteers to Jason Hunter, our one-man leafleting machine from Burnley. We have a few activists coming from Birmingham and even my old mate Paul, from Bradford, might put in an appearance.
I think there'll be about 16 of us so that's almost 1,000 newspapers each. Not too difficult.
In fact, I'm hopeful that with an early start tomorrow we could even finish it in one day, which means we'll then head over to Amber Valley to join their Day of Action on Saturday.
We'll be having another Super 48 in Stoke on Friday 30 April and Saturday 1 May so if there is anyone in the Midlands and North of England reading this who has a bit of time on their hands please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food and accommodation will be provided.
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