Postal and proxy votes

Postal votes

A postal vote is where we send you your ballot paper and you return it by post.

You can only apply for a postal vote if you have registered to vote.

You can find out about voting by post  on GOV.UK.

Apply for a postal vote

To apply for a postal vote you must complete an application form by either:  

1 If you have a printer Download a postal vote application form

2 If you do not have access to a printer you can ask us to send a postal vote application form. We will post the form to you as soon as we receive your request.

Once you have received your postal vote application form you will need to complete it and either Upload your postal vote application, or you can post the form to us.

So we can issue your postal vote, we must receive your application 11 working days before an election.

Once we have set your postal vote up, you won’t be able to vote at the polling station.

We will send your postal vote pack to the requested address. 

You can find instructions about how to make your postal vote in your pack.

You can also find out about making your postal vote  on GOV.UK.


Electoral Registration Officer and Returning Officer
Causeway House
Bocking End

Telephone: 01376 552525



Electoral Registration Officer and Returning Officer

Address: Causeway House,
Bocking End,

Telephone: 01376 552525