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Lincolnshire County Council Elections will take place on 4 may 2017

6 April 2017

Key dates and electoral divisions for county election on 4 May

From 4 May 2017, Lincolnshire County Council will have 70 councillors elected from the county to make county-wide decisions on important local services.

Key dates for voters

  • If you’re not already registered to vote you must do so by 12 midnight on April 13. You can register to vote online at www.gov.uk.
  • If you wish to vote by post at the election, completed postal vote applications should be received by 5pm on April 18. Apply for a postal vote application.
  • Proxy vote applications, where you are authorised to vote on someone else’s behalf, can be received until 5pm on April 25. Apply for a proxy vote application.
  • Poll cards will be sent to those registered to vote from March 27.
  • Postal ballot packs will be sent out from April 13 onwards.

Electoral Divisions

North Kesteven District Council area

There are 11 Divisions within the North Kesteven District Council administrative area with a single councillor to be elected to each division:

  • Bassingham & Welbourn
  • Eagle & Hykeham West
  • Heckington
  • Hykeham Forum
  • Metheringham Rural
  • Potterhanworth & Coleby
  • Ruskington
  • Sleaford
  • Sleaford Rural
  • Waddington & Hykeham East
  • Washingborough

See North Kesteven divisions on a map.

Boston Borough Council area

There are 6 Divisions within the Boston Borough Council administrative area with a single councillor to be elected to each division:

  • Boston Coastal
  • Boston North
  • Boston Rural
  • Boston South
  • Boston West
  • Skirbeck

See Boston Borough divisions on a map.

East Lindsey District Council area

There are 13 Divisions within the East Lindsey District Council administrative area with a single councillor to be elected to each division:

  • Alford & Sutton
  • Horncastle & the Keals
  • Ingoldmells Rural
  • Louth North
  • Louth South
  • Louth Wolds
  • Mablethorpe
  • Saltfleet & the cotes
  • Skegness North
  • Skegness South
  • Tattershall Castle
  • Wainfleet
  • Woodhall Spa & Wragby

See East Lindsey divisions on a map.

City of Lincoln Council area

There are 8 Divisions within the City of Lincoln Council administrative area with a single councillor to be elected to each division:

  • Birchwood
  • Boultham
  • Carholme
  • Ermine & Cathedral
  • Hartsholme
  • Park
  • St Giles

See City of Lincoln divisions on a map.

South Holland District Council area

There are 9 Divisions within the South Holland District Council administrative area with a single councillor to be elected to each division:

  • Crowland
  • Donington Rural
  • Holbeach
  • Holbeach Rural
  • Spalding East
  • Spalding Elloe
  • Spalding South
  • Spalding West
  • The Suttons

See South Holland divisions on a map.

South Kesteven District Council area

There are 14 Divisions within the South Kesteven District Council administrative area with a single councillor to be elected to each division:

  • Bourne North & Morton
  • Bourne South & Thurlby
  • Colsterworth Rural
  • Deepings East
  • Deepings West & Rural
  • Folkingham Rural
  • Grantham Barrowby
  • Grantham East
  • Grantham North
  • Grantham South
  • Grantham West
  • Hough
  • Stamford East
  • Stamford West

See South Kesteven divisions on a map.

West Lindsey District Council area

Nine of those seats are within the West Lindsey District Council administrative area:

  • Bardney & Cherry Willingham
  • Gainsborough Hill
  • Gainsborough Rural South
  • Gainsborough Trent
  • Market Rasen Wolds
  • Nettleham & Saxilby
  • North Wolds
  • Scotter Rural
  • Welton Rural

See West Lindsey divisions on a map.

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