THERE are only days left to register to vote for Wyre Forest's next MP in December's general election.

On Thursday, December 12, residents in Wyre Forest will go to the polls to choose either Robin Lunn, John Davis, Mark Garnier or Shazu Miah to represent the district in parliament.

Anyone who has not already registered to vote must do so by midnight on Tuesday, November 26.

It is quick and easy to do online by visiting

Anyone without access to the internet can get a paper copy of the registration form from The Hub in Green Street, Kidderminster.

Voters can also vote by post or proxy. Anyone can apply for a postal vote which allows voters much greater flexibility about when they complete their ballot paper.

Those not registered for a postal or proxy vote will need to complete an application form, which is available from

The deadline for new postal voting requests is 5pm on Tuesday, November 26. For proxy votes, it is 5pm on Wednesday, December 4.

The polling stations for the election will be open between 7am and 10pm on Thursday, December 12.

All registered electors will be sent a polling card which will tell them where they can cast their vote.

Ian Miller, electoral registration officer, said: “If you have turned 18, or if you have moved home recently, it’s particularly important that you act to ensure that you are registered.

"It takes just five minutes online and means that you can take part in this important election.”

The count will take place overnight on Thursday, December 12 and The Shuttle will be reporting the results live on its website