Unite Against Fascism’s (UAF) Nick Griffin Must Go campaign was out across the North West of England last weekend.
Activists are determined to stop the British National Party leader getting re-elected as a North West MEP in European elections on 22 May.
Trade unionists and local councillors joined stalls in Stockport, Manchester, Lancaster, Liverpool, Chester and Bury. In Barrow people read out Holocaust survivors’ testimony.
Local MP Gordon Marsden and council leader Simon Blackburn addressed a meeting in Blackpool.