If you've received a postal vote but have changed your mind and want to vote in person at the polling station, can I cancel my postal vote?
No. Once you have been issued with a postal vote, you have to use this to cast your vote at the election.
You will not be issued with a ballot paper at a polling station. However, you can deliver your completed postal vote (sealed in the envelopes provided) by hand to your polling station or any polling station in the electoral area on polling day.