Sandwell Day of Action

Matthew Collins - 09 05 09

The first Sandwell Day of Action in Smethwick went brilliantly with over 8,000 newspapers delivered today. On top of that, several thousand newspapers were taken by local groups to be delivered in the next few days.

Gurinder Josan said, "we had a very successful day with many new people joining us and several people promising to come back and help us on our second Sandwell Day of Action in West Bromwich on 30th May".

West Bromwich West MP Adrian Bailey joined the group during the lunch break. Speaking to the volunteers, Adrian reminded everybody of the importance of the work they were doing and that the BNP had nothing positive to offer people in places such as Sandwell.

A fabulous curry was enjoyed by the volunteers and there was enough to share with around 40 elderly people attending a drop-in session at the neighbouring hall.


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