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  • Local Elections 2017 Posted on 06 March 2017

    Wiltshire Local and General Elections
    Local elections - 4 May 2017 Wiltshire unitary and parish/town councils


    This year is election year, elections are held every four years, and the last elections in Wiltshire took place in May 2013. The next town and parish elections will take place May this year and will be combined with the Wiltshire Council unitary elections.

    There are 10 seats for Redlynch Parish Council and you can stand for election if:

    >   You are 18 or older on the day of nomination.
    >   You are registered to vote in Redlynch Parish or have lived, worked or owned property here for at least 12 months before the election.
    >   You are a UK, Commonwealth or European Union citizen.
    >   You have not been declared bankrupt or "otherwise disqualified" from being elected (disqualifications include being sentenced to prison for three months or longer, including suspended sentences, during the five years before election day and/or being convicted of a corrupt or illegal practice by an election court).

    To find out more about the elections, including electoral boundary mapping, timetables, downloadable documents and candidates (when available) please see here.  The details for Redlynch Parish including nomination papers can be found here.

    Please note that if you wish to stand for election you must complete the nomination papers and all seven pages must be hand delivered to Five Rivers Leisure Centre, Hulse Road, Salisbury before 4pm on Tuesday 4th April 2017.

    Nicola Ashton
    Parish Clerk
    Redlynch Parish Council
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