Below is a notice about where you will go to vote in the upcoming EU referendum.
Residents in Breckland who plan to participate in the EU referendum are being encouraged to check they know where to go on polling day to cast their vote.
The referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union will take place on Thursday, 23 June. Polling stations will open at 7am and close at 10pm.
Maxine O’Mahony, Breckland’s Local Counting Officer, said: “It is important that people know where to go on 23 June to have their say in the referendum. People can check their polling station address on their polling card, which was sent in the post within the last few weeks. If they’ve lost their polling card, Breckland residents can double check their polling station address on the council’s website.”
People planning to vote are also being reminded that it is not essential to take polling cards to the polling station, so those who have mislaid their polling cards will still be able to vote. However, residents are encouraged to take their polling card with them to their polling station if they can, as it can make it easier for polling station staff to identify voters and therefore make it quicker for people to cast their vote.
In addition, people who are registered to vote by post but who have forgotten to post their completed voting pack are reminded that they can bring their completed pack to their local polling station in the Breckland area on polling day.
To check the location of your polling station, go to: www.breckland.gov.uk/EUref
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