The AGM of the East Hampshire branch of UKIP will take place on Wednesday evening 16th January 2019 (7.00 for 7:30pm at the Half Moon Sheet). Admission will be on production of a valid UKIP membership card.
Whatever you think of Mr Trump he is the President of the United States of America and should be given a warm welcome to London. Time and place to be determined once Mr Trump's schedule becomes clearer.
This march was in support of the referendum vote, and to demand our freedom - from the EU, freedom of speech and religion, freedom from terror and freedom for all women.
The march to Parliament was entirely peaceful and attracted several thousand people . The policing was exemplary - polite and relaxed but clearly prepared to deal with any troublemakers should the need arise. A very successful occasion.
Our branch Annual General Meeting was held on 16th November 2017 to comply with an updated Rule Book.
Malcolm Bint stepped down from the committee and Jim Makin was elected as Chairman in his place.
Ted Wildey volunteered for Membership secretary in place of Jim Makin.
Bill Blake and Peter Baillie also retired from the committee.
The role of Publicity Secretary will now be undertaken by the Chairman.
Other members continue in their roles unchanged, so your committe is as follows:
Chairman: Jim Makin
Secretary: Rigby Andrews
Treasurer: Peter Dimond
Membership: Ted Wildey
Facebook: Malcolm Bint
Other: Colin and Doreen Hailstone
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This was held in Torquay (29th/30th September) - the usual suspects from your committee report that the Conference was well attended and heard some excellent and inspirational speeches, including a barnstorming performance from Steve Crowther on the ways in which the Cultural Marxists are hell-bent on the destruction of our nation and British culture. Their primary and deliberate methods include:
"By their fruits shall ye know them"
UKIP's ethos post-Brexit is committed to rolling back these wholly destructive attacks and to restore our nation's reputation for strength, justice, peaceful trade and mutual cooperation between independent nations.
No shortage of ambition there then.
Another highlight of conference included Steve Crowther's presentation of the new UKIP branding, designed to associate our Party with the concept of the United Kingdom as a proud and independent nation, whose historic culture has been the model for parliamenary democracy all around the world:
Great Britain - United Kingdom - Sovereign State
Conference welcomed the new branding and chose for its symbol the image of a British lion, symbolising our national strength, our projection of "soft" power, and our peaceful yet alert resolve.
Finally, conference concluded follwong the announcement of Henry Bolton as the new UKIP leader.