Ribble Valley Launches Polling ReviewPublished Friday, 04 April 2014
Electors in Ribble Valley are invited to have their say on the borough's polling districts and places.
Ribble Valley Borough Council is conducting the review is to ensure the borough's electors, including the disabled, have reasonable facilities for voting.
The review started on 31 March and will end on 30 June, and electors are invited to have their say.
The review covers 'polling districts,' which are geographical areas created by the sub-division of a parliamentary constituency for the purposes of a general election, and 'polling places,' where polling stations are housed. It does not cover ward or constituency boundaries or names.
Ribble Valley electors and other interested parties are invited to comment on the size and boundaries of polling districts and location and suitability of polling places.
A list of current polling places and Polling District Maps is available at the Ribble Valley Borough Council Offices in Church Walk, Clitheroe, or local libraries. Comments can be made via the Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places online form.
For more information see Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places 2014.