Polling stations

A polling station is the building where you go to vote, unless you have chosen to vote by post. About a month before an election you will be sent a poll card telling you of the election which polling station you need to go to in order to vote.  You can also search for your local polling station on My Neighbourhood. 

Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm on polling day. All polling stations are accessible to people with mobility disabilities, and in some cases temporary ramping is provided for polling day.

 

Changes of polling station for 23 May 2019 European Parliamentary election

Notice of change of polling places

The polling place for Molesey West (East) GC, previously located at the Molesey Adult Learning Centre, Ray Road, has been changed.  The new polling place is at Molesey Youth Centre, Ray Road, West Molesey, KT8 2LG.

The polling place for Cobham and Downside (West) HB, previously location at Downside Village Hall, Downside Common Road, has been changed.  The new polling place is at Stoke d'Abernon Village Hall, 12 Station Road, Stoke d.Abernon, KT11 3BN.

These are temporary changes for 23 May only because the usual venues are unavailable.

 

 

 

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