Still time to register for postal vote in Norfolk County Council elections

Norfolk County Council's County Hall in Martineau Lane, Norwich. Picture Julian Nicholls.

Norfolk County Council's County Hall in Martineau Lane, Norwich. Picture Julian Nicholls. - Credit: Archant

With the local elections less than four weeks away, people are being encouraged to decide how they plan to cast their vote.

The Norfolk County Council elections take place on May 4 and will determine who is elected to form the new authority.

In doing so, they will take responsibility for adult social services, education, roads, waste disposal, fire and rescue, trading standards and libraries.

Those who cannot attend a polling station can opt for a postal vote, but the deadline for applications April 18 at 5pm.

To apply for a Postal Vote download and complete the form from www.aboutmyvote.co.uk


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