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Elections 2021

Here you will find the statutory notices for the elections taking place in 2021:

This will page will be updated regularly in the lead up to polling day.

 

Lancashire County Council Elections


One councillor will be elected to represent each of the 8 county divisions in South Ribble.

For more information about Lancashire County Council elections click here.

Icon for pdf Notice of Election - Lancashire County Council [16.32KB]

Icon for pdf Statement of Persons Nominated - Lancashire County Council [65.17KB]

Icon for pdf Notice of Election Agents - Lancashire County Council [58.94KB]

The Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations will be published on Tuesday 27 April.

 

Police & Crime Commissioner Elections


A Police & Crime Commissioner will be elected for the Lancashire police area.

For more information about Police & Crime Commissioner elections click here.

Icon for pdf Notice of Election - Police & Crime Commissioner [70.62KB]

Icon for pdf Statement of Persons Nominated - Police & Crime Commissioner [13.2KB]

Icon for pdf Notice of Election Agents - Police & Crime Commissioner [10.11KB]

The Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations will be published on Tuesday 27 April.

 

Longton & Hutton West By-Election


One councillor will be elected to represent the Longton & Hutton West ward.

Icon for pdf Notice of Election - Longton & Hutton West [14.0KB]

Icon for pdf Statement of Persons Nominated - Longton & Hutton West [14.64KB]

Icon for pdf Notice of Election Agents - Longton & Hutton West [14.29KB]

The Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations will be published on Tuesday 27 April.

 

St Ambrose By-Election


One councillor will be elected to represent the St Ambrose ward.

Icon for pdf Notice of Election - St Ambrose [13.96KB]

Icon for pdf Statement of Persons Nominated - St Ambrose [13.13KB]

Icon for pdf Notice of Election Agents - St Ambrose [12.53KB]

The Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations will be published on Tuesday 27 April.

 

Useful Information


To be able to vote in the above election you must be registered on the electoral register for South Ribble.  If you are not already registered you have until 19 April to make sure that you are registered, which you can do by selecting the button below which will take you to the government website.

Register to vote

 

If you would like to vote by post, and do not already have a postal vote, we must receive your completed application by 5pm on Tuesday, 20 April.  We expect there to be an increase in the demand for postal votes this year, and would recommend that you apply as early as you can. To apply for a postal vote select the button below which will take you to the government website.

Apply for a postal vote

 

If you would rather have someone else who you trust, vote on your behalf you can appoint a proxy.  We must receive your completed application by 5pm on Tuesday, 27 April.  To apply for a proxy select the button below which will take you to the government website.

Apply for a proxy vote


For voters who would prefer to vote at a polling station we are making all our venues as Covid-19 safe as possible. Voters are advised to bring a face mask and encouraged to bring their own pen or pencil to cast their vote. When you arrive, the polling stations will be operating social distancing measures, there will be somewhere for voters to sanitise their hands and regular cleaning will take place. 

If you have any questions about this years elections or if you would like a paper copy of any of the applications forms mentioned above you can email electoralservices@southribble.gov.uk or telephone 01772 625 625.

 

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