Local elections in May 2019
On 2 May 2019 there will be local elections held for Allerdale Borough Council and local town and parish councils.
Changes for the borough election
The elections for Allerdale Borough Council will be held under the new ward boundaries and seats. The number of seats is reducing from 56 to 49. The ward boundaries are also changing.
You can find details of the old boundaries. The map below shows the new ward boundaries.
Parish and town council changes
There will also be changes to the ward boundaries and number of councillors for Workington Town Council, with other changes for Keswick Town Council, Broughton Parish Council and Embleton Parish Council.
Want to find out more information for candidates?
Why not join us for one of our birefing sessions for candidates and agents. These are being held at:
- Monday 11 February, 6pm at Wigton Market Hall, Wigton
- Tuesday 12 February, 6pm at Allerdale House, New Bridge Street, Workington
- Wednesday 13 February, 6pm at the Quaker Meeting Rooms, Keswick
- Monday 25 February 2019, 6pm at Cockermouth Town Hall.
Registering to vote
You must be registered to vote to have your say in these local elections. If you recently moved house, or turned 18, you may not be registered.
Don't lose your right to vote. Find out more about registering to vote.
Postal or proxy votes
Can't make it to the polling booth? You can also apply for a postal vote or proxy vote