European Union Referendum – Make Sure You Can Vote

Voting takes places across the country on Thursday 23 June 2016 in the important referendum to determine whether the country will remain in, or leave the European Union.

Many people may be on holiday or other commitments on this additional polling day.

Anyone can sign up for a postal vote. The votes arrive in the post for you just under two weeks before the election and you just need to return them in postage paid envelope.

The deadline for applying for a postal vote for the EU Referendum is Wednesday 8 June 2016, so you don’t have that long.

You can do this online, by filling in and printing out this form and sending it to the Town Hall. If you would like a form but cannot print one out please just let us know and we will drop one round.

Please note that if you have already signed up for a postal vote, you don’t need to re-register again. 


2 thoughts on “European Union Referendum – Make Sure You Can Vote

  1. Darren says:

    Last time our household did a postal vote. It took 9 years for the council to give us back a normal vote. We only wanted a postal vote for that 1 year. But there was no option to choose once. Maybe you can bring this up cause when you speak to staff at bury council 99% of them are rude and obnoxious

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