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All you need to know with East Devon polling station changes and more

Registered electors will be able to vote in person at a polling station, by postal vote or by proxy at the elections on Thursday, 6 May

Polling Stations

Due to social distancing and other safety measures there may be a change in your polling station.

The changes are to ensure everyone can use a polling station in a Covid-secure way.

Polling cards have been...

Theatre Royal Plymouth needs your vote

Voting has begun to find the UK's Most Welcoming Theatre 2016 in Association with Smooth Radio and Theatre Royal Plymouth is in the running.

The winners of this year’s award will be decided by a public vote which is open until noon on Monday 19 September 2016. Votes can be cast at uktheatre.org/vote and votes will be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of Theatre Tokens. This...

Landlords urged to have their say

A new website will give landlords in Devon a unique chance to have their say during the General Election campaign.

Developed by the Residential Landlords Association, the site is a hub for all information landlords will need including the policies of all the main parties; exclusive articles from them on their plans for the private rented sector; and key facts about the market.

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Event to encourage adults with learning disabilities to vote

An event is being held by Plymouth City Council to encourage local adults with learning disabilities to vote in the upcoming local and general elections.

It is being held at the Council House in Armada Way on Tuesday 24 March from 11am to 1.30pm and is open to all adults with learning disabilities in the city.

Those who attend will get the chance to view the Council Chamber,...

Don't lose your voice! Register to vote

Plymouth City Council is encouraging any local residents not yet registered to vote, to go online now to register.

If you are not yet registered to vote, you won’t have the chance to have a say on who represents you. It can also impact on any applications you make for credit. This is because credit reference agencies use the electoral register to confirm where someone lives when they...

Vote now in the Plymouth Food Awards

The 2013 Plymouth Food Awards are now open for public voting. Food Plymouth wants local people to vote for the best organisations and personalities bringing affordable, fresh, seasonal, local and organic food to Plymouth and the surrounding area.

Now in their third year, the Awards have been created to celebrate some of the extraordinary efforts, skills and achievements of those...