Britain First activists and leadership officials assembled in the city of Leicester today for a day of action, but heavy rain forced us to postpone the activity.
Instead, the assembled patriots retreated to a nearby venue for an indoor meeting followed by a 'Standing Committee' meeting.
The meeting heard speeches from elections officer George Whale, communications officer Timothy Burton and party leader Paul Golding.
Announcements were made about several new senior appointments.
Midlands dynamo Sharon Workman was appointed party 'Recruitment Officer', a role that will boost regional recruitment and retention of activists.
Manchester activist Ashlea Robyn was also appointed party 'Public Relations Officer', with a brief to promote the party's message to the wider public.
Ashlea will also be spearheading party activities aimed at helping the most vulnerable in our society, from the homeless to grooming victims.
Despite the weather making our day of action impossible, the day was a great morale booster for our activists and officers and ended in a relaxing social.