Rushcliffe Borough Council is asking residents for their views on its polling districts and polling places when we vote in local, regional and national elections.
A consultation period has begun, inviting comments on where polling stations are located and the ease of accessing them for those with a disability. For Ruddington, this currently means either our Village Hall on Wilford Road (pictured top) or St Peter’s Rooms on Church Street (pictured bottom), depending upon where we live.
Hundreds of new-build houses in Ruddington are increasing the number of eligible voters on our Electoral Register, potentially putting a strain on existing, village provision. However, it seems more residents have been choosing the ‘Postal Vote’ option, to avoid the need to go along in person; although there’s no sign yet of the Government allowing online voting in UK elections any time soon.
Meantime, villagers are encouraged to have our say on ‘voting in Ruddington’ by downloading a submission form >>HERE<<. This completed form should then be posted to…
Rushcliffe Borough Council,
…to reach them by no later than Friday October 21st 2022.
For further information you can call Rushcliffe Borough Council Electoral Services during office hours on 0115 981 9911 or email then via email@example.com.