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Returning your completed postal vote


Postal votes have been sent to people who have applied to vote by post in the elections on Thursday 2 May.

If you have a postal vote, you will be asked to complete two or three ballot papers to elect:

  • 43 district councillors - green ballot paper.
  • Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner - lilac ballot paper.
  • Parish councillors in Caterham on the Hill, Caterham Valley, Warlingham, Whyteleafe and Woldingham wards - yellow ballot paper.
  • Referendum on Tatsfield’s Neighbourhood Plan - white ballot paper.

Returning your postal vote

Please do not put your completed postal vote through the Council Office's letterbox as it will be rejected.

Instead, there are three ways you can return your completed postal vote:

  • The quickest and easiest way is to pop your completed postal vote in a post box, so it arrives at the Council Offices by 10pm on Thursday 2 May.
  • Bring your completed postal vote to the Council Offices in Oxted, during office hours. You can also hand in up to five other people's postal votes. You will need to fill out a form which the reception staff have before handing it to our reception staff. Please fill out the form, or your postal vote will be rejected.
  • On Thursday 2 May between 7am-10pm, hand your completed postal vote to polling staff at your polling station. You can also hand in up to five other people's postal votes along with yours. You will need to fill out a form which the polling station staff have. Please fill out the form, or your postal vote will be rejected.

For more information about the elections, please visit www.tandridge.gov.uk/elections.


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