Bradley Stoke has seven polling stations open today for voting in the 2010 General Election.
Voters have a choice of eight candidates vying to be the first Member of Parliament for the newly-created Filton and Bradley Stoke (FABS) constituency.
The local polling stations (open until 10pm) are:
- Brook Way Activity Centre
- Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road
- Holy Trinity Church, Broad Croft
- Baileys Court Activity Centre
- Evangelical Church, Baileys Court Road
- St Joseph’s Centre, Juniper Way
- Church of Christ the King, Mautravers Close
Bradley Stoke Mayor Mark Forsyth (Conservative), pictured acting as a teller outside the polling station at the Brook Way Activity Centre, told The Journal that he had seen a healthy stream of voters throughout the morning, which he attributed to the interest generated by the televised Prime Ministerial Debates.
The Journal will be reporting LIVE from tonight’s constituency count at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre, starting at 10pm.
Officers at South Gloucestershire Council have said that they are unable to predict when the result will be announced but the Press Association estimates it will be at around 4am.
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More Information: FABS General Election 2010 (The Journal)
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