The Birmingham branch held their second meeting of the year on Sunday.
Birmingham Organiser Paul Hickman gave an analysis of the May 2011 election results and reflected on the strategy used.
Contrary to the sustained internet claims by doom merchants on various forums the Birmingham British National Party branch is very much astir and is an active branch.
Examples of leaflets used during the election were passed round for comments and suggestions.
The Birmingham Organiser explained where our target wards are and identified the strongest Constituencies where future efforts will be focused.
The Organiser also explained that the Birmingham Branch already has three candidates in place for next years elections and the branch will be aiming to stand 20 candidates in May 2011.
Paul Hickman also gave an update on ward meetings activists had attended in the City and a recent Constituency meeting in Selly Oak.
Members had a break which was followed by a speech from former Black Country Councillor John Salvage.
MR Salvage talked about the recent Telford demo where black Country and Birmingham activists helped the Telford branch.
Also discussed was the need for people to get involved and the importance of recruiting younger people.
MR Salvage gave a summary of what the British National Party has achieved over the past ten years.
He also talked about British culture and our role in ensuring it's survival in the West Midlands.