Friday 5.30pm: The polling stations where residents will be able to vote in the European, parish and local elections have been published today (4 April).
A third of the 57 seats on Peterborough City Council will be contested on Thursday, 22 May.
Parish council elections will also be held in Ailsworth, Castor, Glinton, Hampton Hargate and Vale, Marholm, Newborough and Borough Fen, Peakirk, Sutton, Thorney, Thornhaugh, Wansford and Wittering.
People will also be able to vote in the European elections on the same day.
There are seven new polling stations where nearby residents can cast their votes this year:
- Children’s Activity Centre, 37 Copeland, Bretton, Peterborough
- A mobile polling station in the Travelodge car park, Eye Green, Crowland Road, Peterborough
- Gunthorpe Primary School, The Pentlands, Gunthorpe, Peterborough
- City Church Peterborough, The Grace Centre, 131 Midland Road, Peterborough
- Hampton Community Sports Association, Beaumont Way, Hampton Hargate, Peterborough
- Saint Luke’s Church, 26 Benyon Grove, Orton Malborne, Peterborough
- Stanground Scout Hut, off Wessex Close, Stanground, Peterborough
Rachel Parnell, Elections Manager for Peterborough City Council, said: “From time to time there is a need to find new polling stations when existing ones become unavailable.
“The new arrangements mean that some people will be voting at a different location to the one they have in previous elections so I would urge all voters to visit the website and find out where they will need to cast their vote in May.
“Voters will also be able to check their poll cards when they receive one which will state the address of their polling station.”
People can find out where their polling station will be at www.peterborough.gov.uk/pollingstations