The Electoral Roll

What is the Electoral Roll?

It is your parish church’s register of electors. In the same way that being on the civic Electoral Roll allows you to vote in parliamentary and local elections and referenda, joining the Church Electoral Roll means that you can vote on Church matters, attend the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) and stand for election to the PCC.  The Electoral Roll is reviewed annually. 

Electoral Roll - The electoral roll revision period will commence on Friday 25th September 2020 and will close on Friday the 2nd October 2020. During this period the electoral roll, as it currently stands, will be available in a folder on the table by the south door for anyone wishing to review it.

In addition to the electoral roll, you will find blank application forms, should you wish to be added to the roll. Please return the completed and signed forms to the Church office by Friday the 2nd of October by no later than 13:00 to ensure that your name is added to the revised roll.

Any errors identified on the roll should at once be reported to Phil Hockett directly or via the Church office e-mail address standback@btconnect.com, with the subject "Electoral Roll".

The official notice giving your eligibility for inclusion on the roll, can be viewed by clicking this link /content/pages/documents/1599727248.pdf 

An application form can be downloaded by clicking on this link /content/pages/documents/1599727383.pdf . Print off, complete, sign and then send a photograph to standback@btconnect.com, with the subject "Electoral Roll

If you wish to check whether you are on the electoral roll click here Electoral Roll 2019 and if necessary here Electoral Roll Ammendments

Should you have any other queries regarding the revision of the electoral roll please contact the church office or Churchwardens.