UPDATE: A statement on Britain First's Facebook page posted this afternoon (November 3) said the protest would no longer be a march but a 'static rally'.

The statement said: "Due to police interference, tomorrow we will be holding a static rally outside Bromley police station. Please head straight to Bromley police station or Bromley South train station, BR1 1ER. A shuttle service will be going from Bromley North to the rally. We will see you there!"

A far-right political group is planning a march through Bromley to 'show solidarity' with its leaders who have been charged with causing religiously aggravated harassment.

Former Swanley councillor Paul Golding, 35, and Jadya Fansen, 31, leaders of Britain First, were charged with causing religiously aggravated harassment by Kent Police in May.

The group is now organising a 'Persecuted Patriots Rally' in Bromley on November 4 to march with Golding and Fansen to Bromley Police Station.

Currently, 132 people are listed on Facebook as going, with over 500 'interested'.

According to the event page, Britain First claims: "The police have forced Golding and Fransen to sign on Bromley Police Station every Saturday at 2pm.

"Join us in Bromley on November 4 to march in defiance of the police bullies.

"Don't let others stand alone on the front line!All patriots are welcome to attend. Good standards of behaviour apply."

Appearing before Medway magistrates on October 17, both Golding and Fansen pleaded not guilty to charges of racially aggravated harassment. Their case has been adjourned to the new year.

Golding served as a BNP councillor for Swanley from 2009 until 2011.

A counter-protest has been organised groups including Unite Against Facism, who say Britain First is 'not welcome'.

The counter-protest inviting people to demonstrate at the same time, from noon on Saturday, November 4, at Bromley North station.

Britain First said it is not a racist party, but a 'patriotic political party and street movement that opposes and fights the many injustices that are routinely inflicted on the British people'.