Get help with photo ID or anything to do with voting at the next election

Contact us if you need help with photo ID, voting, access at polling stations or anything to do with the next election.

We have also linked to information from the Electoral Commission in easy read, Braille, British Sign Language (BSL) and plain text. In addition, we have information for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities, older people, people experiencing homelessness, anonymous voters, and trans and non-binary people. 

Local elections

Things you need to remember for the next election.


Don't lose your vote. You need to be registered to vote before you apply for a photo ID.


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    Leader of the council's blog

    The leader of the council writes about what's happening at the council and how we're working hard to make the borough better for everyone.

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    Have your say

    Find out about the various ways you can contact us, comment on future plans or take part in consultations.

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    Attend a committee meeting

    All committee meetings are open to the public, unless indicated. View meeting dates, times and related documents.

Decision making

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    Policies, strategies and reviews

    We use policy and strategy documents to guide our decisions. We also use them to develop and run our services fairly and consistently.

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    Councillors and committees

    Councillors are responsible for agreeing provision of services and how the council's money is spent.