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People in Lickey, Blackwell and Cofton Hackett to vote twice on December 12

Tristan Harris 26th Nov, 2019 Updated: 26th Nov, 2019

PEOPLE in Lickey, Blackwell and Cofton Hackett will be voting twice on December 12 – once in the general election and once in the referendum asking if the Neighbourhood Plan should be adopted.

Although the polling stations will be the same for both votes the desks will be separated at each venue, in keeping with electoral legislation.

Bromsgrove District Council’s Returning Officer Kevin Dicks, said: “We are ensuring that clear signage indicating where residents should cast their vote, whether it’s for the Referendum or the General Election, are in place.

“If in doubt please ask the polling station staff on the day.”

A full list of polling stations are on the council’s website.

Visit bromsgrove.gov.uk/council/elections/current-elections.aspx for more information.


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