A right-wing organisation led by a former BNP councillor for Swanley has scrapped plans to protest outside a Crayford mosque this weekend.
The English National Resistance were set to rally against what it branded the “sexist and offensive” signs at North West Kent Muslim Association’s mosque in Crayford High Street on Saturday (May 18). Members are angry the building has separate entrances for men and women.
But the new group, spearheaded by Paul Golding, has now called it off – but vowed to continue the campaign to remove the signs through his other nationalist movement, Britain First.
Mr Golding told News Shopper: “The big demonstration was probably not the best way to go about it. We’re a big organisation and have a lot of demos all over the place.
“We’ve decided on a more sustained campaign rather than one big demo, and that’s it. We will be leafleting the whole area and staging a series of smaller demonstrations outside their front door.”
The rally was initially due to take place on April 6, with a group of 50 to 100 people meet at Crayford Rail Station at 1pm before marching to the mosque in the High Street.
However it was postponed due to the lack of notice and it clashing with a march in Brighton.