Venue found for town poll
Meadow View Chapel confirmed as replacement polling station.
Meadow View Chapel has been confirmed as the replacement polling station for Honiton’s forthcoming town poll.
Some electors in the St Michael’s Ward normally cast their votes at The King’s Centre, but the venue was earlier this week ruled out when it was discovered it had been double-booked.
Polling stations for the vote over Honiton Town Council’s plan to develop a �2.1million community centre in Dowell Street are now confirmed as: Mackarness Hall, The Heathfield Inn and Meadow View Chapel.
The poll will take place between 4pm and 9pm on Thursday, May 10.
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No polling cards are being issued and voters are asked to just turn up.
If you are not sure which polling station you should attend, contact the town council in New Street.
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