Polling station review by Cornwall Council

A review of polling stations is to be carried out in Cornwall.

Cornwall Council wants people to tell it about the last venue they attended to vote in an election.

There are about 450 buildings which are currently used. Most are village halls and schools, but caravans and the 19th Century Caerhays Castle, near St Austell, have been used in the past.

The council is required by law to review all polling stations at least every four years.

The review will examine if they are in suitable locations and have satisfactory disabled access.

People can make their submissions to the review between 16 April and 25 May.

They will then be considered by the council's Electoral Review Panel.

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