Ways of voting
Last updated 21 April 2022
2. Vote by post
Anyone who is registered to vote can apply to vote by post, you do not need a reason to do so. Voting by post is an easy and convenient way of voting if you're unable to get to the polling station.
If you're registered to vote and would like to request a postal vote, you'll need to complete application form. This would then need to be returned to the electoral registration office.
To find out more information and download an application form, visit the About My Vote website using the link below.
When your postal vote will be sent to you
If we receive your postal vote application by 1 April 2022, your postal vote will be sent out to you on 21 April 2022, first class.
If we receive your postal vote application between 2 April 2022 and 5pm on 19 April 2022, your postal vote will be sent out to you on 25 April 2022, first class.
If you're unable to sign your form
If you're unable to sign your form, or you're unable to sign it in a consistent way, special provisions can be made to remove the requirement to sign. For more information please contact our elections office.
If you're not currently on the electoral register you'll need to register to vote on GOV.UK before you can request a postal vote.