A full list of polling stations local to Radstock

By Susie Watkins

11th Dec 2019 | Local News

Nearly time to vote, here are all the Radstock locations
Nearly time to vote, here are all the Radstock locations

In less than 24 hours' time, Bath and North East Somerset's registered voters will be going to the polls to choose their new MPs.

Assuming you've not already voted by post – or aren't voting by proxy – you'll be lining up outside your local polling station to mark your ballot paper.

Every polling station in Bath and North East Somerset will be open between 7am and 10pm – but make sure you don't leave it until the last minute to cast your vote and make a difference.

Some polling stations that were used earlier this year for the council elections are unavailable so make sure the location of yours hasn't changed.

Here is a list of every polling station in Bath and North East Somerset.

Electors can also find details of their polling station on www.wheredoivote.co.uk

For any queries about the general election, contact electoral services either by emailing [email protected] or calling 01225 477333.

Kelston Village Hall, Church Lane, Kelston

Weston Free Church, High Street, Upper Weston

St Mary's Church, Innox Lane, Upper Swainswick

Camerton Community Hall, Meadgate, Camerton

St Mary's Church, Claverton

Combe Hay Parish Church, Backy Hill, Combe Hill

Dunkerton Parish Hall, The Hollow, Dunkerton

Tunley Recreation Centre, Bath Road, Tunley

The Salem Christian Centre, Englishcombe

Freshford Village Memorial Hall, Freshford Lane, Freshford

Hinton Charterhouse Memorial Hall, High Street, Hinton Charterhouse

Marksbury Village Hall, The Street

Monkton Combe Village Hall, Church Lane, Monkton Combe

Priston Village Hall, High Street, Priston

Shoscombe Village Hall, Barn Hill, Shoscombe

South Stoke Village Hall, Old School Hill, South Stoke

Communal Room, Manor Close, Wellow

The Old School Room, Millennium Hall, Chew Magna

St Andrew's Church Hall, Pilgrims Way, Chew Stoke

Compton Martin Village Hall, The Street, Compton Martin

The YDA Hall, Rookery Hill, Norton Malreward

Stanton Drew Village Hall, Sandy Lane, Stanton Drew

Bishop Sutton Village Hall, Wick Road, Bishop Sutton

Ubley Village Hall, The Street, Ubley

Chelwood Village Hall, Main Road, Chelwood

Clutton Village Hall, Venus Lane, Clutton

Farmborough Memorial Hall, Little Lane, Farmborough

Farrington Gurney Village Hall, Church Lane, Farrington Gurney

The Post House, Hallatrow

High Littleton Recreation Club, Off Butlass Close, High Littleton

The Pavilion, East Harptree Playing Fields, East Harptree

Hinton Blewett Village Hall, Litton Lane, Hinton Blewett

Temple Cloud Village Hall, Meadway, Temple Cloud

West Harptree Memorial Hall, Compton Road, West Harptree

Welton Vale Community Room, Welton Vale, Midsomer Norton

Welton Baptist Church, West Road, Midsomer Norton

Council Chamber, The Hollies, High Street, Midsomer Norton

Norton Hill School, Charlton Road, Midsomer Norton

Longvernal Primary School, Longvernal, Midsomer Norton

Wesley Hall, Park Road, Paulton

Paulton Rovers Football Club, Winterfield Road, Paulton

Beacon Hall, French Close, Peasedown St John

Peasedown Youth Centre, Bath Road, Peasedown St John

Pensford Memorial Hall, Publow Lane, Pensford

Whitchurch Village Community Hall, Bristol Road, Whitchurch

Whisty Community Centre, Walnut Buildings, Tyning, Radstock

Victoria Hall, Church Street, Radstock

The Lamb Inn, Fosseway, Clandown, Radstock

Haydon Que Club, Kilmersdon Road, Haydon

Compton Dando Village Hall, Court Hill, Compton Dando

Newton St Loe Village Hall, Newton St Loe

Saltford Hall, Wedmore Road, Saltford

Conygre Hall, North Road, Timsbury

Westfield Sports & Community Centre, West Hill Road Westfield

St Peter's Church Hall, Longfellow Road, Westfield


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