Who's standing in this week's Hampshire County Council and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council elections?
THURSDAY is a key day for both Hampshire and Basingstoke and Deane as all the seats in the county council and borough council are up for election.
A change in ward boundaries means the number of borough councillors is being reduced from 60 to 54, with three councillors elected in the new 18 wards.
Although a third of the borough council is usually up for election every year, the changes mean the entire council is being elected this week.
The former wards of East Woodhay and Burghclere, Highclere and St. Mary Bourne, and the west part of the Whitchurch ward will be merged into a new, much bigger Evingar ward.
The former Kingsclere, Tadley Central, Tadley South, Baughurst and Tadley North, Pamber and Silchester wards will be combined to form the Tadley North, Kingsclere and Baughurst ward, and the Tadley and Pamber Ward.
Silchester will become part of the Bramley ward.
Residents can vote for three candidates in their ward.
Here is who is standing in your borough council wards:
Hampshire County councillors are elected every four years for a four year term, and were last elected in 2017.
Residents can vote for one candidate.
Here is who is standing in your county council divisions: