If you thought that Worcestershire, deep in the heart of rural England, would be safe from Islamisation, you would be wrong.
Back in 2004, Worcester Cathedral achieved international notoriety when it invited Imam Hafiz Mohammed Tufaiz to participate in a ceremony for new Mayor, Allah Ditta.
The Dean of Worcester, Rev. Dhimmi Peter Marshall, said the service - in which Tufaiz read passages from the Koran, in Arabic - was a way of 'asking for God's blessing on our civil life'.
Worcester hasn't escaped child grooming, either: Earlier this year six men were arrested in the city on suspicion of child sexual exploitation and drug trafficking.
It was against this backdrop that Britain First supporters met yesterday in nearby Malvern, an historic town nestling in the beautiful Malvern Hills, to discuss prospects for establishing an active branch in the region.
Attendees were from a range of backgrounds including the police, public service, agriculture and the military - though all declared themselves proud patriots!
Besides child grooming and establishment grovelling to Islam, the group identified other local concerns, including drug-pushing by East European immigrants, erosion of British culture due to mass immigration, and homelessness among the native British.
These issues are to be highlighted in a leaflet the group plans to distribute soon in targeted areas.
They'll also be taking to the streets to make a vox pop video - details to be revealed!
If you live in Worcestershire or surrounding counties and would like to be part of the team, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr George Whale