Change of polling places

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VOTERS IN the forthcoming Dundee council elections are being urged to check their poll cards carefully as some polling places have changed.

Poll cards for the local authority election will start to drop through letter boxes in the city next week, and these direct people to the right polling place for their address.

Voters in parts of The Ferry, North East and Strathmartine wards will have a different place to vote on May 4 than in recent elections.

In The Ferry anyone who previously used the Broughty Ferry Baptist Centre will now cast their vote at Grange Primary School in Grange Road. This move is not permanent and when the current refurbishment of the centre is complete it will again be used as polling place.

Voters in the East End Ward who have used Whitfield Community Centre in the past will now vote at Longhaugh Primary School in Fintry Terrace.

The new Sidlaw View Primary School will become the polling place for voters in the Strathmartine Ward who used Baldragon Academy before.

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