Bring photo ID to vote on Thursday 2 May 2019

All Woking Borough electors will be asked to present photo ID from an approved list before they can vote at the polling station at this year's local elections.

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Brexit information

Date: 

Wednesday, 27 March, 2019

We do not expect the UK’s exit from the EU, also known as ‘Brexit’, to cause any significant disruption to our services. If you have any concerns about Brexit’s impact on our services, please call 0148 755 855.

Whilst we do not anticipate serious changes to our services, there are possible scenarios for wider disruption or changes to occur. Listed below are Brexit related links, which may affect our residents and businesses.

EU settled status scheme

If you’re an EU citizen, you will need to apply for settled status to remain in the UK after June 2021. 

Read more about applying for settled status 

Traffic disruption and delays

Before travelling, check for any delays or disruption.

Visit the Traffic England website  

Travelling to the EU

If you’re planning to travel to the EU after Brexit, you should review the government’s travel information.

Read more about visiting the EU after Brexit  

Hate crime

If you experience or witness any hate crime, please report the incidence to Surrey Police. 

Report hate crime to Surrey Police 

If you do not feel comfortable contacting the police, please report it via Stop Hate UK’s 24-hour hotline on 0800 138 1625, or you can download their app. If you wish to do so, you can report crimes anonymously.

Businesses

If you run a business and are concerned about Brexit, read the government’s advice.

Read Brexit business advice 

Alternatively, you can contact our business liaison team.

Email: help@wokingworks.com  
Phone: 01483 743 487

Consumer rights

If you buy goods from the EU, there may be some changes to your consumer rights. 

Read more about your consumer rights 

Government Brexit advice

View all of the government's Brexit advice