UKIP have set their sights on Weaver Vale as a key battleground in the 2015 General Election.
And leader Nigel Farage announced that Frodsham and Helsby will be instrumental in their vote-winning strategy.
At a public meeting in Winnington, Northwich, on Friday (January 24), Mr Farage revealed that UKIP Cheshire West will hold their first meeting in Frodsham next month.
Speaking to The Chronicle after the meeting, Farage said: “Weaver Vale is a marginal seat and UKIP has been doing very well in marginals as support for the party continues to build.
“We have a strong local branch in Cheshire West, and they are holding their first meeting in Frodsham at the Queen’s Head pub on Wednesday, February 12 at 8pm. Anyone interested in supporting UKIP is welcome to come.”
Chairman of UKIP Cheshire West Chris Watkin said: “If you live in Frodsham or Helsby and are interested in what UKIP has to say, come along to the Queen’s Head. You will be made more than welcome and you can meet like-minded people and help change politics in the UK.
“Many people are fed up with the fact that Labour, Conservatives and the Liberals support membership of the EU, support eurocrats controlling UK borders and support green taxes and levies.
“What’s the point of three parties if they all agree on such fundamental points? Enough is enough.”
Mr Farage addressed energy prices and levies in his speech, warning that INEOS in Runcorn uses as much energy as Liverpool and saying that manufacting jobs are being jeopardised by excessive charges to fund inefficient wind farms that require 100% back-up from power stations using other fuels.