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Royal Mail helping Warwickshire vote in local elections


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Warwickshire now has priority post boxes with late collections on Saturday and Sunday at locations throughout the county. They are ideal for residents who find postal voting more helpful and may not feel comfortable mixing in large groups just yet. 

Royal Mail have over 35,000 priority boxes that have late collection times after 4 pm, and 15,000 of these post boxes have a collection time between 3 – 5 pm, on both Saturday and Sunday. 

Chris Elliott, Returning Officer and Chief Executive for Warwick District Council, said:

“For this year’s election, Royal Mail have provided more choice for how you vote in the Warwickshire local elections, enabling you to vote when it is convenient for you.”

For more information on these Priority Boxes and your nearest one, follow the link below to Royal Mail priority post boxes web page www.royalmail.com/priority-postboxes.


Written by: David Watkins

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