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Electoral Register

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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.

How To Register To Vote

  • Every individual is responsible for registering themselves.
  • You need to provide a few details to register, including your national insurance number and date of birth. This is to make the electoral register more secure.
  • Register to Vote
  • You may also wish to find out how to opt out of the open register
  • Paper copies of the registration form are available from the Worcestershire Hub in Kidderminster.

Please contact us if you need any further help or information. 

Changing Address or Name

You can change your details too. Don't forget you will need your National Insurance Number.

Annual Household Enquiry Form

You will receive Household Enquiry Form (HEF) every year even if you have already registered.

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. 

You can confirm your details by text or phone if there are no changes. You need your security numbers from the form we sent. 

If you have lost your form please contact us

Inspecting The Register

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. 

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