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UK Parliamentary Elections (General Elections)

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UK Parliamentary Election (General Election):  4 July 2024

Members of Parliament split their time between work at the Houses of Parliament in London and local work in the area they represent.

A General Election has been called for 4 July 2024.  In General Elections you can vote to elect your local Member of Parliament.

Residents of Conwy fall into two constituencies:

  • Bangor Aberconwy
  • Clwyd North

Conwy County Borough Council administers the Bangor Aberconwy constituency election, and Denbighshire County Council administers the Clwyd North constituency election.


Information for Clwyd North constituency is published on the Denbighshire County Council website.

Important dates


To vote in a General Election, you must be:

  • Registered to vote
  • 18 years or over on polling day
  • British citizen, an Irish, Commonwealth. European Union citizen or foreign citizen who has leave to enter or remain in the UK, or who does not require such leave
  • Not be subject to any legal incapacity to vote

Voter ID

  • If you vote in a polling station, you will need to show photo identification to be able to vote in this election. For more information on voter id please see our guide to Voter ID.
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