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Elections 2023

Polling District, Places and Stations Review

Notice of Review from FHDC File Uploaded: 28 September 2023 137.9 KB

Notice of Uncontested Election 4 May 2023- Stelling Minnis Parish councillors

Notice of Uncontested Election File Uploaded: 6 April 2023 89.9 KB

Notice of Election - Stelling Minnis Parish Council May 2023

Notice of Election dated 17th March 2023 File Uploaded: 17 March 2023 78.3 KB

Are you interested in becoming a Parish Councillor for Stelling Minnis? Please see below flyer for details on some free training

Flyer on becoming a Councillor File Uploaded: 7 February 2023 328.5 KB

Voter ID

There is a new legal requirement for voters at the polling station from 04 May 2023.

Voters will have to present a valid form of photographic ID to be issued a Ballot Paper.  This requirement is for all elections, including any by-elections that take place after this date.

Accepted forms of ID:

  • Passport
  • Driving licence
  • A blue Badge
  • Bus pass

They do not have to be in date but most match the current address and have a photo that can be recognised.

It will be the law - If a person can not provide ID they will not be able to vote.

If a voter does not have valid ID, they can apply for a Voter Authority Certificate (VAC) at the website, in person at the Civic offices or by post.  Details are enclosed in the leaflet.