Register to Vote – All you need to register to vote is 5 minutes and your National Insurance number. You must register to vote by Monday 17 April 2023 in order to vote in the elections on Thursday 4 May 2023.
Voter ID – If you’re voting on 4 May at the elections in England, you’ll need photo ID to vote at a polling station. If you need to apply for ID, you must do so by 5.00pm on 25 April, in order to vote in this election.
Candidates & Results – The list of candidates will be available on SODC’s website by 4pm on Wednesday 5 April 2023. Votes will be counted on Friday 5 May 2023, you will be able to follow the results on SODC’s website and via SODC’s social media channels.
Interesting in joining Thame Town Council? Check out our webpage on Becoming a Town Councillor, which contains information on the following:
- What does a Councillor do?
- How much time per week?
- Who can be Town Councillor?
- Nomination Forms
- Guidance on Applying
- Information Sessions & Advice on becoming a Councillor
- Useful information and websites
If you are interested in standing as a Councillor at South Oxfordshire District Council, check out their website as there is a different nomination form and guidance available.
Elections will be held on Thursday 4 May 2023.
Thame residents will be electing:
- All 16 Councillors at Thame Town Council (note that Thame is divided into two wards – North and South – with 8 Councillors in each. You can only vote for the Councillors in your ward).
- 3 District Councillors to represent Thame at South Oxfordshire District Council.
- Notice of Election for Thame Town Council [link available on 20 March 2023]