Wyre Forest’s register of electors (otherwise known as the electoral roll) is a record of everyone who lives within the district and is eligible to vote. You can only vote if your name is on the register of electors. Although you do not have to vote on election day (it is your choice), you are required by law to register.
You will receive a Household Enquiry Form (HEF) every year between August and November even if you have already registered. Forms are being sent out now.
To confirm your details, amend or add/remove someone please return the form in the prepaid envelope. You can also change or confirm details online. Details of phone and text reponses are on your letter.
Please note you will need the security codes printed on the front page of your form to use the online or phone service.
Please do not use the codes printed on page 2 (example below).
Apologies for any confusion.
If you experience any issues with online or phone response please send the completed form back in the prepaid envelope.
The purpose of this form is to confirm who lives at your address, it is not a registration form. It means that we can invite other residents, including any 16 or 17 year olds, to register to vote if we need to.
Please contact us if you need any further help or information.
For details on when you will be registered please view rolling registration dates.
The electoral register lists the names and address of everyone who is registered to vote in public elections. The open register is an extract of electoral register but is not used for public elections. It can be bought by any person, company or organisation.
You can remove your name from the open register by one of the following methods;
You can only remove your own details form the open register. Each individual elector will need to separately request the removal of their own details.
You can change your details too. Don't forget you will need your National Insurance Number.
You can view the full electoral register at the Worcestershire Hub in Kidderminster, no appointment is necessary. The edited register is also available at Kidderminster Library.