The polls are open today (Thursday 23rd June) from 7.00am until 10pm.
IF YOU HAVE A VOTE in today's referendum in the UK then, please, use your vote in what must be the most important decision the British people have had to take for decades.
If you have any problems - tThe officials at the polling station (who are independent of either campaign) can advise you.
Where is my designated polling station?
You can find the address of your polling station on your polling card. You can only vote at your designated polling station. If you can not find your polling card you can contact us and we will be able to provide that information. You do not need your polling card with you to vote because your name will be on the register at the polling station.
How do I vote at the polling station?
If you are on the register of electors you will receive a poll card a few weeks before an election. This will tell you how, where and when to vote.
This card is for information only so don't worry if you lose it or forget it. (You can still vote without the poll card but it is easier if you have it with you).
You will be assigned to a polling station in your area, for example, at a school or village hall. On election day you should go to the polling station during the times it is open - this will be stated on your polling card.
At the polling station you will be given a ballot paper which is stamped with an official mark.
Take the ballot paper to one of the polling booths and put a cross in the box next to the option you are voting for. Do not write anything else on the ballot paper, otherwise your vote might not count. Once you have voted you must fold the ballot paper and show it to the clerk before you put it in the locked ballot box. You don't have to tell anyone what you voted for.
Do I need to take my polling card to the polling station to vote?
No, you do not need your polling card to vote. This card is for information only so don't worry if you lose it or forget it. (You can still vote without the poll card but it is easier if you have it with you).
How long will polling stations be open on 23 June
Polling stations will open at 7am and close at 10pm, if you are still queuing at the polling station at 10pm you will still have the opportunity vote, you will be invited into the polling station or given a ticket that will identify you as being eligible to cast your vote. Find out more information about polling stations on the gov.uk website
Can I still register to vote for the EU Referendum?
No, it is now too late to register for the EU Referendum. If you have registered to vote for any other election at your current address then you will automatically be registered to vote for this referendum. You cannot check if you are registered to vote online. If you have a polling card in your name at your address then you are registered to vote.