The Wessex Regionalists - the party for Wessex, is pleased to announce the relaunch of its official website.
The party apologises for the lack of an official website of late, this followed the failure of the Zyweb platform earlier this year. However today's relaunch marks a major step in taking the party forward, one which also sees plans to contest the Eastville ward of Bristol in next May's local elections.
Despite the website being offline, membership and interest in the Wessex Regionalists has grown over the year, with the party receiving it's highest number of votes since 2001 when it contested the Witney constituency in this year's General Election.
Interest in regionalism is increasing in general. There have been some positive signs in the far North East of England, Yorkshire and Mercia, plus good performances by Mebyon Kernow candidates in the General Election. In the case of Mebyon Kernow, this was in the face of a virtual televison media blackout.
The Wessex Regionalists are poised to take advantage of the increasing interest in regionalism, showing people in towns, cities and villages across the region we are the party for Wessex. Therefore if you want a Wessex Assembly, support decentralisation and a progressive party with refreshing policies - there is no better time to come and join us.
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