Call for Cotswold residents to make sure they vote on 5 May

Release date: 29 April 2016


There are only a few days to go until the election takes place for the Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner.

Over 67,000 people are eligible to vote in Cotswold District. The Police and Crime Commissioner election in 2012 saw a turnout of the District.  


Cotswold District Council is reminding  local residents that their vote is important and they should make sure they are fully prepared for Thursday 5 May. It is particularly important for those voting by post to fill in their ballot papers privately and return them as soon as possible.

Sarah Dalby, Electoral Services Manager at CDC, comments:


“This is your opportunity to choose the local PCC who you think will be the best choice to oversee policing matters in the county.  You must vote to ensure your views are represented, so please go out and vote on 5 May.”


She continues:


“We’ve been made aware of a Facebook thread saying that you need to re-register to vote in June’s EU Referendum and we’re keen to get the word out there that this is not the case!  Anyone who is already registered to vote next week will also be registered to vote at the EU Referendum, and eligible electors will be able to cast their vote.”


Have your say by voting on Thursday 5 May. To find your polling station, visit












Cotswold District Council
Trinity Road