UKIP Wigan Clears up Fly-tipping Sites After Council’s Pathetic Failings
UKIP’s Wigan branch has taken things into its own hands after several attempts at getting their Labour council to clear up the fly-tipping sites in their area resulted in absolutely no action. Their efforts have attracted a huge amount of attention, with Facebook videos on their work getting over 5,000 views!
Speaking exclusively to Kipper Central, Nate Rydings, the chairman of UKIP Wigan who organised the clear-ups, said “I did it because it was becoming a growing problem within my constituency in a number of areas. The council had ignored it and in fact, encouraged it with regards to increasing the bin collection dates.
“So, myself and a handful of UKIP members took action and completely cleared 3 fly-tipping sites. Sadly, since then, the COUNCIL have actually fly-tipped themselves in one of the areas.”
While this particular branch has attracted a lot of attention with their efforts, many other UKIP branches and members are doing great things all across the nation but the media are simply not reporting on them. That’s why we launched Kipper Central Grassroots, to report the good news about UKIP you won’t hear in the mainstream media.
As a result of their work, the branch has gained several new members, supporters and of course a much cleaner town – more than the local Labour party has done, despite a lack of any UKIP councillors at all.
Nate Rydings went on to say “We had great responses from everyone who walked past us as well as neighbours. We ended up getting 3 new members from it and at least 80 new supporters in a single area which increases our chances in the next local elections.
“There is a lot more that needs doing and I can assure everyone, we will be carrying on the fight for the community against the corrupt and ignorant Labour ran council.”
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