The NDP's original banner which was also the NDP's first logo.
An updated banner with richer colours and the 'Hound of Distributism' on a yellow background. The 'Hound' symbolises distributism and the yellow backing symbolises the roots of distributism (Catholic and Christian teaching).
The NDP's first official logo after the use of the original banner which served as an unofficial logo for the party. The logo has a picture of the UK to represent the party's nationalistic stance, the abbreviation of the National Distributist Party (NDP) and the party's motto "Three Acres & A Cow".
On the 26th of June 2021, the NDP and several volunteers handed out support packages to the homeless of Manchester, as part of the NDP's Help the Homeless campaign, which they raised over £250 for.
On the 14th of August, several NDP members hit the streets of Salford to pick up litter. The day was a success, with several bin bags being filled with rubbish. The day was topped off with a few pints in the local pub.
On September the 4th, members of the NDP attended the March for Life in London. It is our duty to protect the lives of those who cannot defend themselves.
The 28th of October saw supporters of the NDP meet up in Birmingham to discuss the future of the party and to socialise with like-minded people.
On Saturday the 18th of December, supporters of the NDP joined in at the World Wide Rally freedom protest in London, protesting the laws that would rid the British people of any freedom.
The 6th of January saw the first event for the NDP in 2022, and the first as an official minor political party. In attendance was the party's first leader, Tyler White, along with other officers, members, and supporters. The day was a great success in socialising and distributing leaflets.
The World Wide Rally for Freedom took place in cities all over the World on the 22nd of January. The NDP was at attendance in Manchester, spreading the word of the NDP and standing up for medical choice for all in society.
After the official status of the NDP, we had to create an official logo in line with the rules of the EC. The logo above is the first official logo of the NDP. It incorporates the Hound of Distributism, the Torch of Liberty, and the Catholic origins of Distributism (the Yellow/Gold).
The 24th of June saw community work for those most in need in Manchester. NDP supporters linked up with a local homeless charity to provide clothing, food, and hot drinks to those who need it most.
A day later, on the 25th of June, Tyler White (the NDP's first leader) and several other members headed into Bristol to spread the word of the NDP through leafleting and stickers.