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- SPECIAL REPORT – Part 1: Southend ‘sex ring’ victim says ‘heads should roll’ after paedophile ‘informant’ was set free to molest more children - 23/12/2019
- SPECIAL REPORT – Part 2: ‘Shoebury Sex Ring’ victim breaks 30-year silence to detail horrific web of abuse - 23/12/2019
- Rochford woman wins public vote for Essex Sports Personality of the Year - 11/12/2019
VOTERS in parts of Rochford will have to use new polling stations to vote in next month’s general election, the council has warned.
The authority said two former polling stations would be out of action.
Residents who previously voted at Rayleigh Lodge will now have to vote at the Oak Tree Family Hub at Grove Wood Primary School.
Voters who previously cast their ballots at The Travellers Joy will now have to attend Grange Free Church in London Road, Rayleigh.
The general election takes place on Thursday, December 12.
Polling stations will be open from 7am until 10pm.
A full list of polling stations is available at www.rochford.gov.uk/elections2019