The polling stations where residents will be able to vote in the local and parish elections have been published today.
Just under a third of seats on Peterborough City Council will be contested on Thursday 3 May 2018, across 18 wards.
All voters should read their polling cards carefully to check where they should cast their vote.
As part of Peterborough's involvement in the Voter Pilot Scheme, all proxy voters required to produce photographic identification at polling stations, before being issued with a ballot paper to vote on another's behalf. Individuals without photographic ID will be able to source this from Peterborough Town Hall prior to the elections taking place.
A parish council election will also be held for Wansford.