La Côte Church Electoral Roll

What is the Electoral Roll?
The Electoral Roll of a chaplaincy or parish is the register of its voting members; it’s a list of those who can vote at the Annual General Meeting and who can be elected as members of the Chaplaincy Council or as Churchwardens.

Who can be on the electoral Roll?
Baptised adults (over 16 years) who have worshipped regularly at Gingins or Divonne for at least six months and are committed to being part of the life of La Côte Chaplaincy. The exact conditions are set out on the application form below.

Enrolment is a way of saying “I belong”.

Important – Renewal of the Electoral Roll happening now!

Every six years, all churches and chaplaincies in the Church of England have to renew their Electoral Rolls. This means throwing the old one away and starting again!

2019 is one of those years, so even if you are on the Electoral Roll at the moment, you need to fill in a new form if you want to be on the Roll after 15 March 2019.

And of course, if you weren’t on the Roll before, this is the ideal time to put yourself on it.

Please read all of the attached documents carefully and, if you are interested and eligible, send your Electoral Roll form to the Electoral Roll Officer, Steve Rawcliffe, to arrive no later than 15 March.

Filling in the form:

Print out the form, fill it in and sign it.
or
Fill it in on screen and then print and sign it.

Returning the form:

Send it to the Electoral Roll Officer (Steve Rawcliffe) by post
or
Scan the completed and signed form and send it to him by email.

His contact details are on the form.

PLEASE don’t hand the form to someone else with the request that they pass it on to Steve: every year, people miss the deadline because they did this!

For further information, please contact the Electoral Roll Officer, Steve Rawcliffe. His contact details are on the Application Form.

 

Electoral Roll Letter La Côte 2019

Electoral Roll Renewal Notice La Côte 2019

Electoral Roll Form La Côte 2019

Electoral Roll Privacy Notice La Côte 2019