LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS – Thursday, 6th May 2021
Local councillors represent the interests of their communities and the well-being of the residents in their town or parish, safeguarding local services and assets which are important to them.
Every four years all the members of the Parish Council formally stand down, they may stand again for re-election if they so choose. Election time is your opportunity to get involved, become a councillor and contribute towards community well-being and provision of local services.
If you are 18 or over, a citizen of the United Kingdom, a qualifying member of the Commonwealth or the European Union, you are an elector in, work in, live in or live within three miles of the parish of Loppington you are eligible to stand for election to your Parish Council.
(subject to any ‘disqualification’ criteria)
Is it safe to attend a polling station on 6th May?
FAQs for voters & How to vote on 6th May
Apply for a postal vote by 5:00 pm on 20th April 2021
Apply for a proxy vote by 5:00 pm on 27th April 2021
For more details click here and follow the links to download the application forms
Town and Parish Council Elections
Any questions? – Contact the Clerk
In the event that insufficient candidates are validly nominated and duly elected to fill all vacancies, Loppington Parish Council will exercise its powers of co-option under s21 Representation of the People Act 1985
Guidance for Parish Council candidates
2021 – 2025
List of current casual vacancies
Unitary Council Elections – Shropshire Council
You will find more information regarding unitary elections here
please contact Shropshire Council elections team, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0345 678 9015
Notice of Election
Loppington Parish is in The Meres Division
Guidance for Unitary Candidates
Police and Crime Commissioner Elections
You will find more information regarding PCC elections here