Electoral Roll

The Electoral Roll

The Electoral Roll is now closed for additions and amendments until 2022.

The Electoral Roll is the basic list in every parish of all those entitled to attend and to vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting.
Electoral rolls provide an indication of the real membership and strength of the Church. 

Those entitled to have their names on the roll have to be:
baptised adults (over 16 years) who live in the parish,
or who have worshipped regularly (ie a minimum of once a month, unless prevented from doing so by illness or other sufficient cause) at St. George’s for at least six months and are committed to being part of the life of the local Church of England congregation.

Enrolment is a way of saying....“I belong”.
For us it is an act of commitment to St. George’s Church and the Church as a whole.
It opens the way for a greater involvement in the life of the Church at parish, deanery, diocesan and national level. 

Every six years we are obliged by Church Law to draw up a completely new Church Electoral Roll; this will next happen in 2025. 
The roll is completely renewed every six years, at which point all members have to re-apply for membership or else their names will be deleted.  
By this means, the continuing validity of the roll is maintained. 

You can download an Electoral Roll form HERE.

We take your privacy very seriously at St George's. 
Please read the Electoral Roll Privacy Notice which sets out how we will use the information you provide on your Electoral Roll Application.