The EDL announces "we can come to ANY city to get our message across and leave with as little disruption as possible".
In reality their threatened march on Norwich City Hall will cause some major disturbances to the normal routines of a Saturday in Norwich.
The police have already given notice that "Roads and car parks in the city centre will shut".
Market stalls in the City centre have been advised to close, as insurance would not cover any damage done to them by the EDL should they stay open.
And another example, is notice of disruption to bus shedules.
There has been some publicity about the EDL threatened march, but has it been enough to warn ordinary citizens that some roads, car parks and shops will be closed, and bus services suspended?