Everything you need to know about voting in Oxford

Today is the last day to register

Today is the last day you can register to vote in the General Election on 12 December. It's kind of a big deal.

620,000 young people have registered to vote since the election was called. If you're not one of them then you have until midnight tonight to register.

If you're wondering where you can vote, The Brookes Tab have put together a short, compiled list of just some locations that you can vote at in Oxford.

Polling Stations near Cowley Road

St Alban's Hall, Charles Street, OX4 3AU

East Oxford Games Hall, Collins Street, OX4 1XS

Polling Stations near Clive Booth

New Marston Pastoral Centre, Jack Straws Lane, OX3 0DL

Polling Stations near Parade Green

St Francis' Church Centre, Hollow Way, OX3 7JF

Polling Stations near Cheney

Cheney Community Hall, Cheney School, Cheney Lane, OX3 7QH

Polling Stations near Beech House

All Saints' Church House, New High Street, OX3 7AL

These are just a few examples of local places to vote in the General Election on 12 December. The polling stations will be open from 7am – 10pm. You can search your postcode on the Oxford City Council website to find your local polling station.

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