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Thursday 4th May 2023
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These are the full results of all the Cotswold DC elections. Willersey is in Campden and Vale Ward.

There were four candidates for two positions at the election in Willersey on May 4th. You will have two votes. Here are the canidates details.

This is the full list of all Cotswold DC candidates.

Cotswold DC has received sufficient candidates for Willersey to be quorate and therefore those people listed on the notice below are elected without a contest.
Any remaining seats may be filled by co-option.
Current councillors will remain in post until the 9th May, when the new councillors will take office. Co-option of the remaining councillors should take place as soon as practicable after 9th May.
All councillors taking office on/after 9th May must make a declaration of acceptance of office before commencing any business as a councillor. They should also complete a register of interest form which should be returned to democratic@cotswold.gov.uk for publication on the Cotswold DC website.

Polling stations will be open from 7am until 10pm on Thursday 4th May

The key dates for this election are:
Deadline to register to vote, if not already Monday 17th April www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Deadline to submit an application to vote by post 5pm on Tuesday 18th April Forms available from https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/apply-vote-post
or contact Cotswold DC for paper form to be posted to you
Deadline to submit an application to vote by proxy 5pm on Tuesday 25th April Forms available from https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/apply-vote-proxy
or contact Cotswold DC for paper form to be posted to you
Deadline to submit an application for a Voter Authority Certificate 5pm on Tuesday 25th April https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/voter-id/applying-a-voter-authority-certificate/font>

At these local elections in May 2023 voters will be asked to show photo ID before getting their ballot paper. Ahead of the polls, councils have told residents of the big change so they can turn up at the polling station prepared. At the moment, voters are asked to just take their ballot card with them, but they didn''t even need that as their names will be on a list. They have never before been required to show any form of identity. Changes introduced as part of the Elections Act come into force in this election. Anyone who doesn't have any form of photo ID is being asked to apply for one now from February 2023 onwards from their local council. Accepted IDs will include a UK, European Economic Area (EEA), or Commonwealth passport or driver's licence, some concessionary travel passes such as an older person's bus pass or an Oyster 60+ card or a disabled Blue Badge. Voters will be able to use an expired ID if they are still recognisable from the photo. Anyone who does not have one of the accepted forms of ID will be able to apply for free ID.

“Now that the law has changed, it is vital that those who want to vote on May 4th make sure they have an accepted form of ID. This applies to everyone voting at a polling station, so please consider getting ready now and avoid any late rush.

“If you don't already have one of the accepted forms of ID, you can apply for free ID either online or by sending in a paper application form. If you need any help, please just contact the Electoral Services team at Cotswold District Council who will help you.” Ailsa Irvine, from the Electoral Commission, said: “Anyone voting at a polling station in England this May will need to show photo ID before they can be given their ballot paper. It's important that everyone understands what types of ID they can use, and how to apply for free ID if they need it.”

Cotswold DC on voter Id.

Letter on Voting in 2023 Election sent to every voter.

Vote 2023 letter

An official document about Voter ID.

Detail of all UK 2023 elections.

Map of Campden and Vale District (Although not marked, Willersey is just beneath Saintbury.)

Map of Willersey in Capden & Vale district

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