Depending on the number of elections taking place in your area, you may have more than 1 ballot paper, of different colours, included in your postal pack.
Check that the number on the back of your ballot paper(s) matches the number shown on the front of the postal voting statement.
For your vote to be counted, you must fill in and return the postal voting statement with your ballot paper(s).
Peel off the right-hand label "A" and stick it carefully in the space on the front of ballot paper(s) envelope "A".
Place your completed ballot paper(s) into envelope "A" and seal it.
Peel off the left hand label "B" and stick it carefully in the space on the front of envelope "B".
Place your completed postal voting statement (not folded) and the sealed envelope "A" into return envelope "B" and post without delay.
We must get your postal vote by 10pm on the day of poll. If you miss the post, you can hand it in at the Town Hall, Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DP or at any polling station in the electoral area before 10pm on the day of poll.
After receiving your postal vote, you cannot vote in person at a polling station in this election.
If you need help to vote, you can ask someone you know or get independent help by calling us on 01257 515132. The person helping you must not tell anyone how you voted.
Please call us on 01257 515132 if you require copies of this information or guidance in Braille or languages other than English.
If you make a mistake, or lose your postal ballot paper or the statement, you can get a replacement.
Call us immediately on 01257 515132 as we can only issue a replacement before 5pm on the day of poll. If you apply after 5pm on Wednesday before the day of poll we can only issue a replacement if you return the ballot pack by hand. You will need to return all the contents of this postal voting pack to the Town Hall, Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DP.