I live just north of OK road, and the polling station for me is that church in the middle of the estate between Lynton and Grange rds. I'm sure if you go there, and that's not the right place they'll direct you to the right place, although I don't think they'll let you vote, as they'll have no proof that you havn't already postal voted.
Just a thought, but are you certain that you're registered for a postal vote in these elections ? I have a postal vote for the general election - and assumed that I would have the same for these elections.
When I received a poll card (which tells you where to go to vote in person), I rang up the Electoral Roll people, and they explained that you have to register seperately for a postal vote in local government elections (which I then did).
If you haven't registered seperately for a postal vote, you should be fine to go to your local station with photo ID.
The Standard said Ken and Norris were neck and neck to convince everyone who thought Ken was a foregone conclusion to go and vote for him.
I am so convinced Ken will win in the first count that I voted for Simon although he has no chance. I liked Simons promise that he would keep the tube running until 2am on Thu. Fri. Sat. What other major city in the world comes to a standstill at 12.30am apart from the night buses.
I voted at Hankey polling station, and I'm afraid that's what Simon will need after the result.