The latest in a series of meetings about elections is to be held on Thursday night (June 29) in Peel.

The Isle of Man Electoral Commission has been running a series of public consultations across the island.

These consultations aim to gather valuable input and perspectives from the public regarding a series of matters including:

Constituency numbers and boundaries

Accessibility of elections to voters

Postal and Proxy voting procedures

The ability to vote in any polling station in a constituency

Feasibility of one or more ‘all-island polling stations'

Candidate campaign materials

The organisation of pre-election meetings

More information about the consultation is available here.

Thursday's meeting takes place from 6.30pm to 8pm at the Corrin Hall, Derby Road, Peel.