|Village Hall Polling Station|
The Conservatives seemed to have given up. One blue rosette had been spotted earlier in the morning, but by the afternoon they had left the Lib Dems as the only presence outside the polling stations. Perhaps all the local Tory footsoldiers had been dragged off to neighbouring Botley. It would be sad for him if Paul Redding were to lose due to lack of support on the day after what appears to have been a more active and professional campaign than the Blues have managed in recent years.
|HEYCA Polling Station|
There are Labour and UKIP candidates as well as the Lib Dem and Conservative. Let's at least have a decent turn-out, whoever wins when the last vote is counted in the early hours of tomorrow morning.
You don't need your polling card if you can't find it. Just turn up with proof of ID.
If you have a postal vote which you have not returned, you can take it along to the polling station and it will be counted.
|Catholic Church Polling Station|
It's your money that the Council spends, why wouldn't you want a say in who spends it?