With just over a week until the nation votes in the EU referendum, residents are encouraged to check which polling station they will need to use.
The referendum will take place on Thursday 23 June 2016 with voters asked to decide on whether Britain should remain in or leave the European Union.
Ward boundaries changed in the run up to last month’s local council elections, affecting where some voters cast their vote. Residents should read their polling cards or use the find my polling station tool to check where their polling station is.
Three new polling stations were introduced for the council elections, which will again be in operation for the EU vote. These are:
- Peterborough & District Bowls Centre, Burton Street, PE1 5HA
- Brookside Methodist Church, 40 Gunthorpe Road, PE4 7TG
- Mobile Unit, Manor Drive Car Park, Gunthorpe, PE4 7AJ
Rachel Parnell, Elections Manager for Peterborough City Council, said: "Some people think that you can vote at any polling station, but this isn't the case.
"Most voters have received their poll cards by now, and these will state the address of the polling station that they must attend if they want to cast their vote."
Anyone who is registered to vote that hasn't received their poll card by Thursday 16 June should call 01733 452249.