This is what an hard working and active British National Party Branch can do. After a couple of months of hard work and very effective leaflets produced locally, it looks like Telford British National Party is gathering support and local Councillors are running scared of the British National Party.
This is the report that appeared in the Shropshire Star Newspaper.
A Councillor claimed "vigilante patrols" could move in to clean up a crime-hit Shropshire estate amid concerns that not enough cash is being spent to deal with problems in the area.
Councillor George Ashcroft said not enough investment was being made in the Brookside area, and he claimed that this had led to "open drug dealing, growing criminality,and crumbling infrastructure".
He claimed an "emasculated" residents group had formed ready to take action - and alleged the far-right British National Party had also targeted the area as one where it could make gains.
Councillor Ashcroft said the party had been canvassing on the estate, handing out leaflets with a message of "zero tolerance" on drug dealing and street thuggery.
The party has said it will set up it's own community group to sort out the area if Telford & Wrekin Council does not intervene. Phil Spencer, Telford BNP organiser, today said: "Clean up this area or we will set up a community-led taskforce to ensure vulnerable residents are taken care of."
Telford & Wrekin Council leader Andrew Eade said he did not want to comment. But in letter to Telford & Wrekin Council, Councillor Ashcroft accused bosses at the authority of not investing in the area.
"This is what your (Telford & Wrekin Council) lack of action has now resulted in," he said.
"You have given these people an open goal which they are now going to exploit,
"The BNP might mince their words these days, but I will not. What they are talking about here are vigilante patrols.
"I have opposed and resisted the BNP for years and to see this in my ward, I take very personally".
The news comes as a multi-agency clean sweep kicked off in Brookside this week, which runs until Saturday.
The week-long operation includes a range of of activities designed to tackle anti-social behaviour and reduce rubbish across the estate.
Telford & Wrekin Council is offering advise about rogue traders and a community litter pick run by Brookside Improvement Group, which will take place Saturday at 10am, meeting outside Brookside Community Centre.
A host of agencies and volunteers will also take part in the clean sweep including environmental officers from the council, police and community support officers from the local policing team and officers from the West Mercia Probation Trust.
(If the BNP's presence has such a dramatic and positive effect on the area so far - Just imagine what could be achieved by electing a BNP councillor!
All this comes just weeks after Telford BNP helped to blow the lid on the muslim paedophile gang cover-up.)
Well done to Phil and the team.