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This Thursday, YOUR vote decides.

The Choice is Yours: Who will be our MP for Pendle and Clitheroe?

A poll for the election of a Member of Parliament for the Pendle and Clitheroe Constituency will be held on Thursday 4 July 2024, between the hours of 7am and 10pm.

  • ON THE DAY – You’ll need photo ID to vote at a polling station (check the list of accepted forms of photo ID). You must vote at your assigned polling station. If you are registered to vote, but you don’t have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address.
  • POSTAL VOTES – The deadline to apply to vote by post has passed. If you have a postal vote, it needs to be with the elections team at Pendle Borough Council by 10pm on polling day to be counted. If you can’t post your postal vote in time, you can hand it in at Nelson Town Hall, or at any polling station in the Pendle and Clitheroe constituency by 10pm on Election Day. You will need to complete a form or your vote will be rejected. Do not post your postal vote through the letter box at Nelson Town Hall.

For further details on how to vote, please visit the Pendle Borough Council website.

Election Information

Further details can be found by entering your postcode below:



The following candidates have been nominated for election as the Member of Parliament for the Pendle and Clitheroe Constituency:

  • FLETCHER, Victoria Anne – Reform UK
  • FRYER, Anna Corrina – Liberal Democrats
  • HASHMI, Syed Muarif – Workers Party of Britain
  • HINDER, Jonathan James – Labour Party
  • JOHNSON, Tony – Independent
  • KHAN, Zulfikar – Independent
  • KRISTAN, Lex – Green Party
  • STEPHENSON, Andrew – Conservative and Unionist Party
  • THOMPSON, Christopher – Rejoin EU

Pendle and Clitheroe Constituency

This is the first time voters from the Barrowford & Pendleside Ward (including Barley, Goldshaw Booth and Roughlee) will be voting in this new constituency of Pendle and Clitheroe. Constituency boundaries are reviewed periodically to make sure that constituencies are all roughly a similar size and respect local ties between areas.

The Boundary Commission published their final recommendations in June 2023, and the new boundaries they set out are being used at this 2024 UK general election.

Key: Previous constituency (grey) new constituency (pink)
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