The 8th annual John Tyndall Memorial Meeting

The 8th annual John Tyndall Memorial Meeting

This year we will also remember our fallen comrade Royal
Marine Commando Ralph Hebden

Saturday 12th October, 2013

Preston – Lancashire, England. 1pm – 5pm
Meeting Chairman: – Keith Axon: – former West Midlands BNP organiser
Speakers include:
Andrew Brons: MEP  for Yorkshire & Humberside – former chairman of the National Front and founder member of the British Democratic Party
Richard Edmonds: – National Front activist – former BNP national organiser
Steven Smith: – Founder of Burnley BNP – former chairman of the England First Party
Dr. James Lewthwaite: – Northern organiser for the British Democratic Party – former BNP Bradford City Councillor
Stephen Frost: – National secretary of the British Movement
 Peter Rushton: – Assistant editor of Heritage and Destiny magazine
Plus two overseas speakers (from Norway and South Africa)
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 12th at 1pm. If you wish to attend 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).
Doors open at 12 noon and meeting will start at 1pm prompt.  However, can you please aim to get to Preston for between 11.30 – 12 noon as we will have two re-direction points (one for those coming by car and the other for those using pubic 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. 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 some more raffle prizes, so if you have anything you can donate to the raffle (or auction) 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 12th and get yourselves over to Preston!
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 nowto 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.
* For those wanting to make a night of it, there will be an Evening Social, after the main meeting *

8 thoughts on “The 8th annual John Tyndall Memorial Meeting

  1. The greatest mistake any Nationalist could make and did was to vote JT out of office. The only crime he ever commited was to be far to honest. In a world where deceit is everywhere. I was one of those fools that thought a change was a good thing. It broke Johns heart .
    If there is a place beyond death . He will be happy there. Earning a place of favour. RIP dear comrade.

    1. I agree with your comments baz4545. I’m pleased and proud to say that I always did vote for JT and also urged my fellow branch members to do likewise. I will be there on the 12th October.

      Marsh Bridge.

  2. Like baz4545 I was “one of those fools” who voted for NG. I was wrong. The grass is not always greener on the other side. It looks like we will have another good crowd there this year. I look forward to seeing you Marsh and hopefully many others from the Bolton area. JT lives on in our hearts.

  3. I voted to keep JT at the helm at every opportunity and also advised voting members in my area to do likewise. His dedication to the cause of British Nationalism will not be forgotten. See you there.
    Carl Hemmings.

  4. As a person, I preferred JT to NG. I’d have trusted him more. However he had become a liability to the BNP by 1999, just as NG did a few years ago. I still remember him with respect.

  5. After the public were swindled by Thatcher and her ‘swamping’ speech in 1979 most nationalists gave up.

    John, to his everlasting credit, went on fighting. Without him there would have been no large BNP or towards a million votes and UKIP would not now be making immigration just about its biggest issue.

    Griffin was invited into the BNP by John and made editor of Spearhead. This was, to say the least, a vote of confidence without which many of us would never have supported Griffin. Easy to be wise after that event!

    1. Yes Mike, it was a vote of confidence in Nick to run Spearhead under John’s supervision which he did quite well whilst John was freed up to improve party organisation along with Dave Bruce, Richard Edmonds and others (I think Dave Bruce was still alive at this period).
      It was an arrangement that worked very well and the BNP made steady progress. This did not mean that JT had confidence in Nick to take over the top job as you suggest.

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