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Tibberton residents urged to register to have their say in May

On Thursday 4 May people in the parish of Tibberton will have their say at local elections on who represents them locally.

Residents must be on the electoral register to be able to vote in May. With the registration deadline approaching, Tibberton Parish Council is urging those who are not registered at their current address to make sure they are registered before it is too late.

The deadline to register to vote is midnight on Monday 17 April. It takes just five minutes to apply online at

This year residents in the parish of Tibberton will be voting to select:

  • Wychavon district councillors, who represent their local area and residents, and will help shape the future of their local area by making plans and taking decisions.
  • Tibberton parish councillors, who make decisions on local issues affecting their parish and act as ambassadors for their community, keeping everyone aware of local needs and concerns.

Jonathan Morgan, Electoral Registration Officer for Wychavon District Council, said:

“Local elections are an important opportunity to make your voice heard and have a say on who makes decisions about issues that directly affect day-to-day life here in Wychavon. If you have recently turned 18 or moved home, it is particularly important to make sure you are correctly registered to vote. If you’re in doubt, you can check with us by contacting us –

Electoral Services Team, Wychavon District Council,
Civic Centre, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Pershore, WR10 1PT

Tel: 01386 565437 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday

Those intending to vote at polling stations in May will need to show photographic ID. A list of accepted forms of ID is available on the Electoral Commission’s website. Those that do not have eligible ID can apply for free voter ID.

Ailsa Irvine, Director of Electoral Administration and Guidance at the Electoral Commission, said:

“If you’re not registered by 17 April, you will not be able to vote this May. Registering to vote only takes five minutes and can be done online.

“This year voters should also remember that they will need to bring photo ID to the polling station to be able to vote. Anyone that does not have an accepted form of ID can apply for free voter ID by 25 April.”


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