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It's your vote!

Published, 02/05/2017

Thursday, 4 May is the day when voters in Flintshire and across Wales will have their say on who represents them on their local county council and town and community councils.

Everyone who is registered to vote should have received a card giving details of the polling station where they can cast their vote. You don't need to bring this on the day, but if you've not received one, then please phone 01352 702327, 702329 or 702412 to find out where your polling station is - it may not be the same one as the last time you voted!

Most people will be voting in person at a polling station, and they are open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday, 4 May. When you arrive, you'll be asked to confirm your name and address, and given your ballot paper. If you have any questions or you need assistance, there will be staff available to help you.

There are a number of Wards where seats are uncontested and Polling Stations will not be open. These Polling Stations are listed below:

Bagillt Community Library, Bagillt
Trem Afon Community Hall, Holywell Road, Bagillt
Community Wing, Ysgol Bryn Garth, Penyffordd
Community Centre, Talacre
Canolfan, Ffynnongroyw
St John's United Reformed Church Schoolroom, Flint
Cilfan Community Hall, Cornist, Flint
Youth Centre, North Road, Holywell
Community Centre, Holway
St. Davids Church Hall, St. Davids Lane, Mold
Youth Centre, Penyffordd
St. John the Baptist School, Chester Road, Penymynydd
Community Centre, Hafan Deg, Treuddyn

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