Local Elections and Referendum 2011
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Elections will be held in 21 out of the borough's 24 wards, as well as two parishes and four out of five wards for Clitheroe Town Council.
Voters will also be able to take part in a referendum on a proposed alternative voting system.
Candidates in the borough elections will be standing for the Conservative Party, Labour Party, United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), the Green Party, Liberal Democrats and as Independents. Notice of particulars of election agents
Voters unable to attend a polling station in person can apply to vote by post or proxy.
Requests for a postal vote or to change an existing postal or proxy vote must be received by Ribble Valley Borough Council by 5pm on Thursday, April 14.
The deadline for new applications to vote by proxy, except medical emergencies, is 5pm on Thursday, April 21.
Candidates standing for election to Ribble Valley Borough council, their agents and referendum agents, are invited to a briefing session at 6.30pm on Monday, April 11.
The session, in the Ribble Valley Council Chamber, will outline the procedures and protocols for polling day, the election count and referendum count.
Further details are available from Ribble Valley Borough Council's elections team on 01200 414411.
Pages in Local Elections and Referendum 2011
- Borough and Parish Elections 2011
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- Postal and Proxy Voting In Ribble Valley
- Local Elections and Referendum
- Referendum, Borough and Parish Election Results 2011