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Information for electors voting in the General Election 2024.

A UK parliamentary election has been called for 4 July 2024. Register to vote by midnight on 18 June 2024: GOV.UK: Register to vote. (opens new window) You can also vote by post: GOV.UK: apply to vote by post (opens new window). The deadline to apply is 5pm on 19 June 2024 or apply to vote by proxy by 5pm on 26 June 2024: GOV.UK: Apply to vote by proxy (opens new window)


Overseas electors may consider applying to vote by proxy. For more information see the General Election 2024 page.

Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre


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Customer notice - temporary sports hall closure: general election

Five Rivers is being used as an administrative centre for the forthcoming general election; in the lead up to the election and on the day itself (Thursday 4 July). Whilst we have tried to minimise disruption as much as possible, the sports hall will be unavailable on the following dates: 

  • Friday 28 June: sports hall unavailable from 9am - 10pm
  • Saturday 29 June - Monday 1 July: sports hall unavailable all day
  • Thursday 4 July: sports hall unavailable all day and centre to close at 6.30pm
  • Friday 5 July: centre open as normal

The sports hall will be available as normal Tuesday 2 July and Wednesday 3 July. The entire centre will need to close from 6.30pm on the day of the election itself. 

Centre opening times
DayOpening Times
Monday6am to 10pm
Tuesday6am to 10pm
Wednesday6am to 10pm
Thursday6am to 10pm
Friday6am to 10pm
Saturday7am to 5pm
Sunday7am to 10pm
Bank holidaysMonday 27 May: 7am to 4pm

Last admittance is 30 minutes before closing time.

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Decarbonisation works at the centre

The centre is now operating on zero carbon emissions.

In line with our aspiration to become carbon neutral by 2030, Wiltshire Council has been undertaking a programme of works across many of its buildings to reduce the energy used in those buildings. These works will also reduce carbon emissions and help to lower energy bills. You can read more about the whole programme in our recent press release.

The council was awarded a grant from the government's Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme that has funded the installation of a new low carbon heating system at Five Rivers Health & Wellbeing Centre and provided solar panels to produce renewable electricity.

These works are complete, and the centre will no longer rely on fossil fuels for heating and with the Green electricity tariff that the council has procured, the centre will be reporting zero carbon emissions.


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