Where to Vote

If you are registered on the Electoral Roll you can vote at either your parish polling station or at one of the super-polling stations.

For this first Island-wide Election, it was agreed to introduce advance polling stations to increase the number of days that people on the Electoral Roll could cast their votes, and to enable voters to choose from voting in their parish polling station or at a ‘super-polling’ station. Registered voters who have not been issued with a postal vote may vote at any of the following polling stations:

Date Where to vote
Saturday 3 October
8am to 8pm
  • St Sampson's High School
  • The Princess Royal Performing Arts Centre
Sunday 4 October
8am to 8pm
  • St Sampson's High School
  • The Princess Royal Performing Arts Centre
Tuesday 6 October
8am to 8pm
  • The voter's parish polling station
  • The Princess Royal Performing Arts Centre
Wednesday 7 October
8am to 8pm
  • The voter's parish polling station
  • The Princess Royal Performing Arts Centre

Please note, each registered voter is entitled to one ballot paper. Voters who have been issued with a postal vote will not be issued with a ballot paper at a polling station.

Electoral fraud is a criminal offence.

Polling Stations

Parish polling stations will be open only to residents of that parish who are on the Electoral Roll. Please note completed postal votes may also be dropped off to any polling station if the return postal deadline has been missed; for further details, visit the postal voting page.

Castel Castel Douzaine Room 08:00 - 20:00

La Chambre de la Douzaine, les Beaucamps, Castel, GY5 7PE

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For Castel voters only

Found on Les Beaucamps, the Castel Douzaine Room has plenty of parking behind the building. Access is by way of a permanent ramp. There are toilets including accessible facilities. The 61 bus stops right outside the Douzaine Room and the 42 bus stops at the northern end of the road on Mont D’Aval. There is room for bike parking.

Accessibility: There are allocated blue badge parking spaces on the right of the driveway. There is a slight camber to this part of the driveway and blue badge holders could also park in front of the building if required. There is a ramp to the wide front door and an accessible toilet facility.

For further details on the accessibility of the Castel Douzaine Room, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Kelvin Hudson

Castel KGV Club House 08:00 - 20:00

King George V Clubhouse, Rue Cohu, Castel, GY5 7SZ

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For Castel voters only

Found on Rue Cohu the KGV Clubhouse has plenty of parking. Entry is through the main front doors and the polling station is at the bottom of the corridor. There are accessible toilet facilities. The 42 bus stops nearby, and there is plenty of room for bike parking.

Accessibility: There are allocated blue badge parking spaces on the left hand side as you drive in. The accessible entrance is next to the blue badge parking, where temporary ramps have been put in place. There are accessible toilet facilities.

For further details on the accessibility of the KGV Clubhouse, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Micky Fooks

Forest Forest Douzaine Room 08:00 - 20:00

Forest Douzaine Room, Rue Des Landes. Forest, GY8 0HF

Open : 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For Forest voters only

The Forest Polling Station is in the Forest Douzaine Room on Rue des Landes, to the left of Forest School and directly opposite the Co-Op En Route. Allocated Douzaine parking is on the left as you drive in with reserved parking for Blue Badge holders. There are accessible toilet facilities. Traffic can be busy here at school drop off and pick up times (8.15am to 8.45am and 2.45pm to 3.15pm) but at other times voters are welcome to use the school car park area. The bus stop outside the Douzaine Room serves the 71, 92 and 94 buses. There is room for bike parking.

Accessibility: There will be reserved spaces for blue badge holders in front of the Douzaine building and right by the ramp that goes up the left hand side of the building. Entry is through a wide door into the Douzaine Room where it is one level to the polling station room and the accessible toilet facilities.

For further details on the accessibility of the Forest Douzaine, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Clive Le Tissier

St Andrew St Andrew's Douzaine Room 08:00 - 20:00

Chambre de la Douzaine, Route de St Andre, St Andrew's GY6 8UN

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Andrew’s voters only

St Andrew’s Polling Station is in the St Andrew’s Douzaine Room on Route de St Andre. It’s a small granite building on the left hand side of the road going up the hill towards town from St Andrew’s Church car park. There is limited parking at the Douzaine Room itself which will be reserved for blue badge holders. All other St Andrew’s voters travelling by car should park in the church car park at the bottom of the hill. There is plenty of room for bike parking outside the front of the Douzaine Room. There are two steps going up to the front door and a fairly narrow doorway which means this polling station is not suitable for wheelchair users.

Accessibility: There will be allocated blue badge parking right outside the Douzaine Room, however this is not a wheelchair accessible facility. The door is narrow and has two small steps leading up to it. There are handrails on both sides of the doorway. St Andrew’s voters who need a single level entry and/or wheelchair accessible polling station should use the Performing Arts Centre where blue badge holders may park near to the doors and have wide, accessible doorways and a level access.

For further details on the accessibility of the St Andrew Douzaine Room, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Godfray Guilbert

St Martin St Martin's Parish Hall 08:00 - 20:00

St Martins Parish Hall, La Grande Rue, St. Martin, GY4 6LQ

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Martin’s voters only

The St Martin’s Polling Station is inside the Parish Hall on La Grande Rue. The small car park is accessed from Rue Maze with further on street parking available on Rue Maze and La Grande Rue. Bus routes 93, 95 and 91 stop outside the Rue Maze entrance. The 81 bus also stops nearby at the Grande Rue pharmacy. There is room for bike parking.

Accessibility: There is an allocated blue badge parking space on Rue Maze right by the hairdressers and a further blue badge space in the Parish Hall car park right by the entrance to the polling station. It is one level from the car park in to the hall which has accessible toilet facilities.

For further details on the accessibility of the St Martins Parish Hall, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Ben Gregg

St Peter Port St Peter Port Constables' Office 08:00 - 20:00

Lefebvre Street, St Peter Port, GY1 2JS

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Peter Port voters only

The St Peter Port Constables’ Office is found in Le Febvre Street, right in the heart of town, through the archway at the top of the High Street. There is no parking at this polling station except for blue badge holders who may drive down Le Febvre Street and park right outside the Constables’ Office while voting.

This is an old building with steps to the main front door, but a second doorway (on the left as you face the building) has wheelchair access with no steps. There is a lift to the first floor where there are toilet facilities including an accessible toilet and babychange area.

The nearest bus stops are on the sea front either on the North Esplanade, the Quay or the Bus Terminus itself. There is plenty of room for bike parking.

Accessibility: Blue badge holders may drive down Le Febvre Street and park outside the Constables’ Office for the duration of their visit to the polling station. The street surface is cobbled with a low kerb to a flagstone pavement. The pavement has a level surface to the wider access doors on the left hand side of the building. Once in the building there is level access to the polling station room and a lift to the first floor where there is an accessible toilet facility.

For further details on the accessibility of the Constables office, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Danielle Sebire

St Peter Port Performing Arts Centre 08:00 - 20:00

Les Ozouets Campus, Les Ozouets Road, St Peter Port, GY1 2UB

Open: 8am to 8pm Saturday 3, Sunday 4, Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 7 October

For all registered voters

The Performing Arts Centre is found in Les Ozouets on the site of the old St Peter Port School. There is plenty of parking with allocated blue badge parking spaces to the right of the building as you look at it. The polling station is in the auditorium. Go in the main doors and follow the signs to enter through the left auditorium doors. There are toilet facilities including an accessible toilet. Bus routes 51 and 52 stop right outside the main gates and there is plenty of room for bike parking.

Accessibility: Blue badge parking spaces are to the right of the building as you drive in. There is level access into the building and right through to the polling station in the auditorium. There is an accessible toilet facility.
For further details on the accessibility of the Performing Arts Centre, please click here

Polling Station Officer: Jax Robin

St Pierre du Bois St Pierre Du Bois Community Hall 08:00 - 20:00

St Pierre du Bois Community Hall, Rue des Brehauts, St Pierre du Bois, GY7 9TN

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Pierre du Bois voters only

Voters in St Pierre du Bois can find their polling station inside the Community Hall on Rue des Brehauts. It can be accessed from both Rue de Brehaut and from La Route du Longfrie. The car park on the Route de Brehaut side is for blue badge parking. The car park on the post office side is bigger but does have a narrow path which is uneven in places because of tree roots. The 71 and 93 buses stop nearby at Morrisons. There is a toilet in the Community Hall but it is not fully accessible.

Accessiblity: Voters with accessibility needs should use the Rue de Brehaut entrance where there is allocated blue badge parking and a smooth path to the entrance to the Community Hall. The path from the post office car park to the Community Hall is uneven and not recommended for anyone with mobility, balance or sight issues. There is a ramp into the hall itself but this facility does not have an accessible toilet.

For further details on the accessibility of the Community Hall please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Martin Ozanne

St Sampson St Sampson's Douzaine Room 08:00 - 20:00

La Chambre de la Douzaine, Le Murier, St Sampson, GY2 4HQ

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Sampson’s voters only

The St Sampson’s Douzaine Room is in Le Murier, the turning opposite the Fontaine Inn on St Claire Hill. It’s on the right hand side as you come from the traffic lights just a short way from the junction. There is limited parking in the two driveways of the Douzaine Room, one of which will be reserved for blue badge holders. The number 21 bus stops right outside the Douzaine Room.

Accessibility: The Douzaine Room is accessed via a ramp to the front door. Inside there is one step which has a temporary wooden ramp. Blue badge holders should park in the reserved space to the left of the Douzaine Room and enter through the front door. There is an accessible toilet inside.

For further details on the accessibility of the St Sampson Douzaine Room, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Tom Oliver

St Sampson St Sampson's Church Community Hall 08:00 - 20:00

Potters Corner, Grande Maisons Road, St Sampson’s, GY2 4JH

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Sampson’s voters only

This is the large granite building on Potters Corner opposite Hair Tek. There is plenty of parking at this polling station and car users should drive in the left hand gateway and round to the back of the building. A one way system will be in operation for drivers who should then exit down the other driveway and out of the other gateway. The 91, 92, 11 and 12 buses stop nearby.

Accessibility: The hall provides an accessible entrance through the back. A permanent ramp is in place with a handrail. Two blue badge parking spaces will be available next to the ramp.

For further details on the accessibility of the St Sampson Church Community Centre, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Andy Le Cheminant

St Sampson St Sampson’s High School 08:00 - 20:00

Rue de Dol, St Sampson, GY2 4DA

Open : 8am to 8pm Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 October

For all registered voters

The polling station is in the school hall which is found through the main entrance doors. There is plenty of parking on site and lots of space for bicycles. A one-way system will be in operation guiding voters in and out of the school hall. The 21 bus stops nearby on Baubigny Road.

Accessibility: There is parking for blue badge holders right by the main entrance. The polling station is all on a single level with accessible toilets nearby.

For further details on the accessibility of St Sampson’s High School please click here.

Polling station officer: Andy Le Cheminant

St Saviour St Saviour's Community Centre 08:00 - 20:00

St Saviour’s Community Centre, La Neuf Chemin, St Saviour, GY7 9FG

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For St Saviours voters only

St Saviour’s Polling Station is in the Douzaine Room inside the St Saviour’s Community Centre on Le Neuf Chemin Road. There is lots of parking around the back which is where you will find the entrance to the Douzaine Room. There is plenty of room for bike parking. The 71 bus stops at St Saviours Church about five minutes’ walk away.

Accessibility: There will be allocated blue badge parking spaces in the car park near to the Douzaine Room entrance which has bi-fold doors. The car park is one level to the polling station entrance and there is an accessible toilet facility.

For further details on the accessibility of the St Saviour Community Centre, please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Vic de Garis

Torteval Torteval Church Hall 08:00 - 20:00

Torteval Church Hall, Rue du Belle, Torteval, GY8 0LN

Open : 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For Torteval voters only

The Torteval polling station is in the Church Hall which is found to the east of the church in Rue du Belle. Coming from the main road you need to keep the church on your left as you go down the hill. The Church Hall building is set back from the road behind a residential building. There is plenty of parking in the front of the Church Hall. Spaces will be reserved for blue badge holders by the ramp to the front door. Once inside the Church Hall the polling station can be found along the corridor to the right.

Accessibility: Access to the Torteval polling station is via a ramp from the car park, there will be spaces reserved for blue badge parking right by the entrance. There is an accessible toilet facility.

Polling Station Officer: Andrew Sauvarin

Vale Vale Douzaine Room 08:00 - 20:00

Vale Douzaine Room, Maraitaine Road, Vale, GY3 5QE

Open: 8am to 8pm Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 October

For Vale voters only

The Vale polling station is in the Vale Douzaine Room on Rue Maraitaine. As this will be a busy polling station it will operate a one way system for voters with the entrance on the right hand side of the Douzaine Room as you look at it. This will take voters in to the Harold Collas room to collect their ballot paper before moving into the main hall to cast their votes and then leaving through the front entrance. As this is now the only polling station for the Vale parish (please note Rue Mainguy will NOT be used as a polling station this time around) there will be plenty of polling booths and plenty of staff to guide voters through the process. There is lots of room for bike parking. The 11, 12 and P2 buses stop at the Baugy filter at the western end of Rue Maraitaine.

Accessibility: Both halls are fully accessible with ramps from the car park on both sides, allocated blue badge parking is located on the right hand side of the building and there are accessible toilet facilities.

For further information on the accessibility of Vale Douzaine room please click here.

Polling Station Officer: Richard Leale

Election Timeline

Register on the Electoral Roll

Now
Open for registrations
21 August 2020
Closes at midnight
Register to Vote

Candidate Nominations

1 September 2020
Open at 9am
4 September 2020
Closes at 4pm
Stand for Election

Vote in the Election

3 - 4 October 2020
Super-Polling stations open 8am - 8pm
6 - 7 October 2020
All stations open 8am - 8pm
Except St Sampson's High School
Where to Vote