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Cheshire West and Chester Council are reviewing all polling stations in their
area. Anyone on the electoral roll is invited to say what they think about
their local polling station, to comment about how accessible it is for people
with a disability, and to suggest an alternative location for their local
polling station if they are unhappy with the current location.

Tarvin's polling station is Tarvin Community Centre, Meadow Close.

Comments can be sent to the Returning Officer, CWaC Democratic Services, 5th
Floor, HQ Building, 58 Nicholas Street, Chester CH1 2NP, or by email to
elreg@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk, any time until 22 November

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