Register to Vote

If you’re over 18 and a citizen of the EU or Commonwealth, you have the right to vote. You need to be on the Electoral Register first


Advice and Information

We offer support for your questions regarding Registering to Vote and the Electoral Register

Electoral Application Forms

You can register to vote online or by post. If you want to change or update your details on the Electoral Register, you can download one of our forms.

Individual Electoral Registration

Individual Electoral Registration means each individual is responsible for making sure they are on the Register of Electors.

Voting by Post

Find out how to vote by post


Vote at elections to help decide who stands as a councillor, or which party represents the country.

Periodic Electoral Review

The Local Government Commission regularly reviews local authorities to make sure laws are working.

Register of Electors

The Register of Electors can be seen at the Town Hall and some libraries. You can be added to the Register at anytime.

The Two Registers

There are two versions of the Register -the Electoral Register and Open Register. You can request to be removed from the Open Register.