Got 5 campaign

1. Cup of tea brewing?

5 minutes is all it takes to register to vote in the local election

So while that cup of tea is brewing, head to gov.uk/register-to-vote

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

2. Recently moved house?

Recently moved house? To vote in the upcoming election, you need to register at your new address by 17 April

Visit gov.uk/registertovote by 17 April

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

3. Spare 5 minutes?

Scrolling through Facebook with a spare 5 minutes?

Why not use that time to have your say on the issues that matter to you?

Go to gov.uk/register-to-vote today

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

4. What can you do in five minutes?

Things that you can do with a spare 5 minutes:

Make a cup of tea 

Cook a pancake 

Register to vote 

So head to gov.uk/register-to-vote today. It only takes 5 minutes!

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

5. What are you waiting for?

Just 5 spare minutes, and you’re all set to have your say on the issues that matter to you.

So, what are you waiting for?

Go to gov.uk/register-to-vote now

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

6. First time voting?

First time voting?

Don’t forget you have to register! Go gov.uk/register-to-vote now. It only takes 5 minutes, but don’t let time run out – you must be registered by 17 April

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

7. Time is running out

Time’s running out. There’s only a few days left to register

Go gov.uk/register-to-vote today. It only takes 5 minutes!

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.

8. Local council elections

Local council elections give you the opportunity to have your say on local issues that matter to you.

But to vote, you must be registered by 17 April! Go to gov.uk/register-to-vote today – it only takes 5 minutes

#YourVoteMatters. Don’t lose it.