Campaigners calling for the UK to opt out of Europe took to the streets of Fulham and Hammersmith to campaign.
The Vote Leave campaign met at Lyric Square on January 23 in a bid to drum up interest and support for its Out cause ahead of the much anticipated referendum on Britain’s membership to the European Union.
The following day the Brexit campaigners were out in Fulham Broadway with an information stall.
The Vote Leave campaign, which is made up of activists from across the political spectrum including Labour and Conservative supporters, is running regular campaign days across London and the United Kingdom.
The group, whose slogan is ‘Vote leave, take control’ believes that Britain would be better off outside the EU .
Event organiser Mo Metcalf-Fisher said: “We believe that Great Britain can be stronger and more globally focused in its outlook if we vote to leave this political union with the EU.
"It’s extremely expensive and the huge sums of money we spend daily, should be spent here in the UK to fund local services like hospitals.
“People across London, including many in Hammersmith and Fulham, are unhappy about our relationship with the EU. We want to take back control of this country from Brussels.
"Of course we’ll carry on trading with Europe, but we’ll also be able to trade with countries across globe too. It’s a very exciting time.”
No date has yet been set for the EU referendum.