It’s almost time for the local elections 2021, where around 48million people will be eligible to vote. Voters in England, Scotland and Wales will take on the polls on Thursday, May 6 for a number of elections – including local councils, devolved governments, police commissioners and mayors.
Many people might have already sent off their postal votes – but others will be waiting for the election day itself to cast their votes.
So you might be wondering what time you can head to the polling station, and where your nearest one is. Here is everything you need to know about casting your vote tomorrow.Read more on mirror.co.uk