Crookes general election hustings cancelled

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

The Crookes Forum hustings organised for Thursday 25 May, 7.30pm at Wesley Hall, Crookes has been cancelled due to the suspension of general election campaigning.

Sheffield Hallam constituency – full general election 2017 candidates list

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

Boundary Commission recommends Crookes ward is renamed Crookes and Crosspool

Stephen Hill church polling station in Crosspool
Stephen Hill church polling station: could be in Crookes and Crosspool council ward from 2016

Crookes local council ward could be renamed Crookes and Crosspool in time for the 2016 elections.

The recommendation from the the Local Government Boundary Commission for England follows a twelve-week public consultation on draft proposals that draw new boundaries for each council ward across Sheffield.

The proposed new electoral arrangements must now be implemented by parliament, with the hope that the changes will come into force for the council elections next year.

Local electoral arrangements finalised for Sheffield City Council