May Local Elections 2022

Stephen Hill church polling station in Crosspool
Crosspool polling station

Polling Stations are open from 7 am to 10 pm this Thursday, May 5th, 2022.

You don’t need your poll card to vote.
You must vote at your assigned polling station.
If you are registered to vote but don’t have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address.
You don’t need any form of ID to vote in the Crookes & Crosspool ward
Where Do I Vote?


Local Elections 2022

Polling day is Thursday, May 5th.

If you are aged 16 or over and have not already registered, the deadline for registering to vote in the 5th May 2022 elections is 11:59pm, Thursday 14th April:

This is a full list of candidates, who are running in the Crookes and Crosspool ward,

Local Sheffield elections 2022

  • Isabelle France, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition
  • Nathan Howard, Northern Independence Party – Nationalise Energy Companies
  • Josiah Luck, Green Party
  • Mohammed Mahroof, Liberal Democrats
  • Minesh Parekh, Labour and Co-operative

Alongside the council elections, there is a South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority election to replace the current Mayor, Dan Jarvis.

This is a full list of candidates who are running in the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority election

  • David Bettney,  Social Democratic Party
  • Simon Biltcliffe,  Yorkshire Party
  • Oliver Coppard,  Labour
  • Joe Otten,  Liberal Democrats
  • Clive Watkinson, Conservative
  • Bex Whyman, Green Party

Election Day This Thursday

Election Day is Thursday 6th May. Polling Hours 7:00 to 22:00

On Thursday this week everyone registered to vote will have at least three votes.

Local Elections
Vote to elect your local councillor, who will represent your views for the ward area where you live.

Governance Referendum
Vote about how you want Sheffield City Council to be run and how decisions are made about local services in the future.

Police and Crime Commissioner
Vote to elect the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner.

To help keep everyone safe – remember hands, face, and space. Take your own pen or pencil to vote.  To help with social distancing in polling stations you may have to queue outside. Remember to keep a safe space apart and dress for the weather.

Details about where you should vote will be on your poll card.
You don’t need to take your poll card, but this may make your visit quicker. Polling staff won’t touch your card and you’ll need to take it back home with you.

Remember your:

  • Face covering
  • Pen or pencil
  • Hand sanitiser

If you have Covid-19 symptoms, have had a positive test, or are self-isolating, you must stay at home and must not go to a polling station.  You can still vote by applying for an emergency proxy.

2021 Local Elections

The election on Thursday May 6th 2021 was originally meant to have taken place in May 2020 but was postponed due to the pandemic.

People in the Crookes & Crosspool ward will now have the opportunity to vote:- for a Local Councillor; on a Local Government Act Referendum and for a Police and Crime Commissioner.

Election of a Councillor to the Sheffield City Council – Crookes & Crosspool Ward,

Local Government Act Referendum

Election of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the south Yorkshire Police Area (listed alphabetically):

Polling Stations

Polling District       HD
Crookes & Crosspool Ward
Stephen Hill Church
Benty Lane
Sheffield S10 5NF

Polling District       HJ & HK
Crookes & Crosspool Ward
The Sportsman,
57 Benty Lane,
Sheffield, S10 5NF  

CANCELLED: Hallam constituency general election hustings on Thursday 25 May in Crookes

Stephen Hill church polling station in Crosspool
The hustings in Crookes in on Thursday 25 May has been cancelled

Update 25 May 2017: The hustings has been cancelled due to the suspension of general election campaigning.

Crookes Forum has organised a Hallam constituency general election hustings on Thursday 25 May, 7.30pm at Wesley Hall, Crookes.

Go along to hear from your local candidates.

Sheffield Hallam constituency – full general election 2017 candidates list

Local elections and police and crime commissioner vote in Crosspool this Thursday

Stephen Hill church polling station in Crosspool
Polling station in Crosspool

Local residents will be voting in the local council elections and for a police and crime commissioner this Thursday.

For the local elections Crosspool lies in the Crookes and Crosspool ward,where there are 14 candidates standing for three positions.

View page 15-16 of this PDF for a list of the councillor candidates standing in Crookes and Crosspool ward (503KB)

The electorate will also be choosing a police and crime comissioner from five candidates.

View a list of Sheffield PCC candidates (PDF, 126KB)

2016 Sheffield elections

Labour’s Geoff Smith holds Crookes seat in 2015 local election

Sandygate polling station
Sandygate polling station
Labour’s Geoff Smith has been reelected as a councillor for Crookes in the 2015 local elections.

The results were as follows:

  • Geoff Smith, Labour Party: 3,818
  • Harry Matthews, Liberal Democrats: 2,965
  • Julian Briggs, Green Party: 1,868
  • Will Lockwood, The Conservative Party: 1,348
  • Andrew Pemberton, UK Independence Party (UKIP): 847
  • Nick Hall, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition: 121

There were a total of 15,398 votes with a turnout of 72.3%.

In the general election, Nick Clegg retained his Sheffield Hallam seat, but with a much reduced majority.

Crookes Ward local election 2015 result

Sheffield elections May 2015

Crookes ward local election candidates

Stephen Hill church polling station in Crosspool
Polling station in Crosspool

As well as voting for a Sheffield Hallam MP in the general election on Thursday 7 May, Crosspool residents will also be choosing a new Crookes ward councillor.

The six candidates standing for councillor in Crookes ward are:

So on polling day you’ll vote for one general election candidate and one Crookes councillor candidate.

Thursday 7 May 2015 elections in Sheffield – Sheffield city council