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ELECTIONS 2024: Chorleywood residents to take to the polls at upcoming council elections

 Published on: 24th April 2024   |   By: Bryn Holmes   |   Category: Uncategorized

On Thursday, May 2, Chorleywood residents will once again go to the polls to vote in the 2024 local elections.

Two district council seats in the village are up for grabs. One is the Chorleywood North and Sarratt Ward, currently represented by Conservative councillor Ciarán Reed, and the other is Chorleywood South and Maple Cross Ward, currently represented by Lib Dem councillor Harry Davies.

Cllr Davies was only elected to this position in December of last year following Phil Williams’ resignation.

Cllr Davies said: “I was delighted to be elected in the recent by-election to serve as one of your Three Rivers councillors.

“However, in order to serve a full four-year term, I must stand again for re-election in May, and I need your support to carry on the work I have undertaken on your behalf.”

Those standing against cllr Davies are Conservative candidate Oliver Neville, Labour candidate Iain Roden, and Green Party candidate Roger Stafford.

Those standing against cllr Reed are Labour candidate Margaret Gallagher, Lib Dem candidate Frank Mahon-Daly, and Green Party candidate Peter Loader.

Overall, 13 of the 21 seats on Three Rivers District Council are up for grabs, including that of deputy leader councillor Stephen Giles-Medhurst.

This is one of several elections taking place across the UK on May 2, with a general election also expected to occur at some point this year.

Voters now need to show photo ID in order to vote at a polling station. To find out more, please visit the government’s dedicated webpage.

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