provides a complete guide to the 2009 elections taking place across
the area on Thursday June 4th.
candidates are contesting four seats in the Burnham-On-Sea area
in this year's county council elections.
All the local County Council seats are up for grabs - with Brent
having three candidates and Highbridge having four in the running.
Click here for a listing of the local candidates
takes place between 7am and 10pm on Thursday June 4th. There are
95 polling booths in 80 buildings across the Sedgemoor district.
Count for the Somerset County Council Elections:
count for Somerset County Council will being held in Bridgwater
Town Hall starting at 9.30am on Friday June 5th with an anticipated
end time of 3.30pm. The results will be available on Burnham-On-Sea.com
soon as possible.
Divisions will be counted in the following order, starting at
East and Bawdrip
Bridgwater North and Central
Burnham on Sea North
Highbridge and Burnham South
Count for the European Parliament Elections:
count for the European parliament will be held in Bridgwater Town
Hall starting at 5.30pm on Sunday 7th June. The South West European
region covers Bristol, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire,
Somerset, Wiltshire and the British Overseas territory of Gibraltar.
The results will be telephoned through to the co-ordinating centre
in Poole in Dorset where they have to be amalgamated with the
results from across the whole of the SW region. Not until all
the results from across the region are agreed as correct will
the final results be announced.
number of schools in the Burnham area will be used as Polling
Stations for the County Council and European Elections on Thursday
4 June. This will mean that some schools will be closed on Election
Day. Local schools that have confirmed full closure:
St Johns Junior, Highbridge
Burnham-On-Sea Infants School