Election 2019: Every school in Portsmouth and Havant which is being used as a polling station on May 2 – and which ones are closed for the day

ON May 2 elections take place for Havant Borough Council and Portsmouth City Council.

Friday, 26th April 2019, 11:02 am
Updated Friday, 26th April 2019, 11:08 am
Some schools in Portsmouth and Havant will be closed on May 2. Credit: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Polling stations will be open across these areas from 7am-10pm with many of these stations will be based at schools

Below is a list to show which schools will be affected on election day. Some are fully shut, and some are staying open but will see rooms closed off for use as polling stations.

 

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Schools closed to be used as polling stations:

 

Havant

 

Queens Inclosure Primary School, Cornelius Drive

Woodcroft Primary School, Woodcroft Lane

 

Portsmouth

 

Court Lane Infant School, Hilary Avenue

Court Lane Junior School, Hilary Avenue

Meon Junior School, Shelford Road

Moorings Way Infant School, Moorings Way

 

 

Schools that are being used as polling stations but are remaining open:

 

Havant

 

Barncroft Primary School, Park Lane

Crookhorn College, Stakes Hill Road

Emsworth Primary School, Victoria Road

Mill Hill Primary School, Mill Road

 

Portsmouth

 

Castle View Academy, Allaway Avenue

Cottage Grove Primary School, Chivers Close

Fernhurst Junior School, Francis Avenue

Isambard Brunel Junior School, Wymering Road

Lyndhurst Academy, Crofton Road

Milton Park Primary School, Eastney Road

Newbridge Junior School, New Road

Penhale Infant School, Lincoln Road

Solent Infant School, Evelegh Road

Stamshaw Infant School, North End Avenue