Voting in elections is an important way to make your voice heard on the issues that concern you. It is central to the way in which our democracy works.
Decisions are made on your behalf by local government every day, ranging from what building work is approved in your area and what recreational facilities you have, to national issues like roads, transport and education. Similarly, central government controls such issues as defence and the environment.
These decisions are made by people elected to represent you on local councils and in the UK and European Parliaments.
If you are registered to vote you will be sent a poll card before an election.
If you do not receive a poll card then please contact the Electoral Services Team
Call: 01932 425653.
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