Don’t Forget to Register to Vote Call to Ribble Valley Residents

Published: 14th June 2024

Ballot paper about to be placed in a box

Residents in Ribble Valley who are not registered to vote have until midnight on Tuesday (June 18) to do so if they want to have their say in the forthcoming General Election.

And if you want a postal vote the deadline to apply is 5pm on Wednesday (19 June).

The UK goes to the polls in a General Election on Thursday, 4 July, and Ribble Valley residents will now vote in one of two new constituencies: Pendle and Clitheroe, or Ribble Valley.

Six candidates have lined up for the Ribble Valley constituency and nine for the Pendle and Clitheroe constituency.

The list of candidates, or statement of persons nominated, for Ribble Valley is available at

The list of candidates, or statement of persons nominated, for Pendle and Clitheroe is available at

The constituency you will vote in is set out on poll cards, or letters, which are currently being delivered to every registered elector in Ribble Valley.

The card sets out which constituency you will be voting in and where your polling station is, as well as how to vote by post or proxy.

However you choose to vote, you must be registered to vote.

If you have received a poll card, you are already registered to vote, but if you have recently turned 18 or moved home you may not be.

It only takes five minutes to register online at and the deadline is midnight on Tuesday, 18 June.