Town and parish council elections - Thursday 2 May 2019
In some places, on Thursday 2 May, you will get to vote for someone to represent you on your local town or parish council.
Town and parish councillors represent their communities on issues that aﬀect them, by commenting on planning applications and other proposals, and maintaining community buildings, land, play areas, allotments and cemeteries.
Who can vote in this election
To vote in this election you must:
- have registered to vote at your current address by Friday 12 April 2019
- be 18 or over on the day of the election
- be a British, Irish, Commonwealth or EU citizen
- be registered at an address in the area in which you want to vote
- not be legally excluded from voting
Please note, overseas voters are not eligible to vote in this election.
Who you can vote for
Parish elections will take place in the following areas, to find out who you can vote for please click on:
If you don't know the name of your Parish, use our postcode search.
All other wards are uncontested - see below.
Where can I go to vote in this election
Details of your polling station will be available shortly via our How to vote page.
In the parish wards listed below, the number of candidates standing did not exceed the number of seats to be contested. Therefore there will not be a contested election for these wards:
Appleton with Eaton
Cumnor: Cumnor Hill ward
Cumnor: Cumnor Village ward
Cumnor: Cumnor Dean Court ward
Cumnor: Farmoor ward
Fyfield and Tubney
Grove: Grove Brook ward
Grove: Grove North ward
Harwell: Harwell ward
Harwell: Harwell Oxford Campus ward
Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor
Milton: Heights ward
Milton: Village ward
South Hinksey: Hinksey Hill ward
St Helen Without: Dry Sandford ward
South Hinksey: Village ward
In almost all cases, voters will still be able to cast their ballot in the Vale of White Horse District Council elections.
Vale of White Horse town and parish elections:
Key dates for this election
Last reviewed: 16 - 04 - 2019