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Polling stations under the spotlight (from RBK website)

May 2, 2007

“When you went to cast your vote in last year’s local elections, what did you think of the polling station you visited?  Was it conveniently located?  Was access to the building good?  Was their adequate lighting inside and out?Now’s your chance to let Kingston Council know what you think of the polling stations in your area by contributing to the Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places.

This is the first review of polling stations to be carried out under new Government regulations which require all local authorities to examine their polling station facilities every four years.

Formal consultation is already under way and the closing date for having your say is Monday 30 April.  Details of the borough’s 49 polling stations can be viewed by visiting www.kingston.gov.uk/elections and following the link to the Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places pages.”

Our present polling stations in Surbiton Hill are at St. Matthew’s School in Langley Road and The Corner House in Douglas Road.

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