Police & Crime Comissioner Election in Gloucestershire – Statement of Persons Nominated

The Statement of Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll for the election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucester local area has been published.

The deadline for requesting a postal vote for this election has now passed. Electors may request a proxy vote up to 5pm on Wednesday 24 April and this is the same date for anyone needing a Voter Authority Certificate if they don’t have acceptable photo ID.

A list of acceptable photo ID can be found on the Electoral Commission’s website:

Polling stations will be open from 7am until 10pm on Thursday 2 May.

Check your poll card for details of your local polling station. The local polling place in Northleach is The Westwoods Centre, Basset Road, GL54 3QJ. 

Elections 2023 – Statement of Persons Nominated

Following the close of nominations yesterday, the full list of candidates for all elections has now been published.

Below is the Statement of Persons Nominated for the 11 seats on the Town Council. There are more candidates than seats so the election will be contested on Thursday 4 May 2023.

Also below is the Statement of Persons Nominated for Northleach Ward in the election for a local district councillor.

Full details of the elections and all candidates in Cotswold District are online – see “Current and Future Elections”: https://www.cotswold.gov.uk/elections

Statement as to Persons Nominated for Northleach With Eastington Town Council

The following people have been or stand nominated for election to this Town.

Name of Candidate (surname first):

  • Blackwell, Gina
  • Glynn, Valerie
  • Hadley, Byron James Anthony
  • Hulcup, Brian Dennis
  • Jackson, Matt
  • Kirkby, Laura
  • Lyon, Rosalind Sara
  • Morley-Blackwell, Terry
  • Ponfield, Gerry
  • Rainey, Patsi
  • Richell, Alan Charles
  • Richell, Andrea Jane
  • Russell, Jules
  • Saunders, Chick
  • Tennant, Mark
  • Wellman, Flam
  • Woolley Simon, Guy

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Statement of Persons Nominated for Northleach Ward: northleach-ward

2021 Elections – Statement of Persons Nominated

The Notice below provides the Notice of Poll for the Gloucestershire County Council Elections.

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The notice provides the full list of candidates standing in the Gloucestershire County Council election for a councillor for the Bourton-on-the-Water and Northleach division.

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The following notice provides the full list of candidates standing for the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire police area.

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European Parliamentary Elections, 23 May 2019

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Voting for the European Parliament will take place on 23 May 2019.  Cotswold District is part of the South West Region of the UK, which will return six MEPs.

In order to be able to vote at any election, you must be included on the electoral register.

If you are not already on the register of electors, and wish to vote at this election, your application to register must be recieved by midnight on Tuesday 7 May.  You can register online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or contact Cotswold District Council’s Elections Team for a paper form.

If you are not sure whether you are on the electoral register, please telephone 01285 623002 to check.

Poll cards will be sent out to all registered electors on 23 April 2019.

If you can’t make it to the polling station on polling day, you can choose postal or proxy voting. 

Visit www.yourvotematters.co.uk for details on how to register or to apply for postal and proxy voting.

The Elections Team will be available to provide help and assistance throughout the election process.


Cast Your Vote in the District Elections on 2nd May

Elections to Cotswold District Council will take place on Thursday 2 May.

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For information on how to vote, see:

At the polling station

  • Polling stations are open from 7am until 10pm on election day.
  • You don’t need to take the poll card to the polling station, but it speeds up the process if you do.
  • Tell the staff your name and address or give them your poll card.
  • The staff will check the details on the Register of Electors and give you your ballot paper.
  • The ballot paper lists the candidates and how many you can vote for.
  • A large print of the ballot paper is available for you to look at before you vote and there is also a Tactile Voting Device which can help you mark your ballot paper.
  • Go to one of the voting booths and put a cross (X) on the ballot paper next to the candidate(s) you’re voting for
  • Take the ballot paper back to the staff and place it in the ballot box.
  • If you need help with any part of the voting process, just ask the staff.