The principal candidates are local councillor Charlie Dewhirst for the Conservatives and Andy Slaughter for Labour, making this contest something of a re-match of 2015, as these are the same two candidates that faced one another in the last General Election. They are also the only two with a serious chance of winning the seat.
The other candidates are Jack Bovill for UKIP, Jagdeosingh Hauzaree, an Independent, Alex Horn for the Greens, and Joyce Onstad for the Liberal Democrats.
This year the Conservatives will be looking for a major swing against Labour, hoping that Labour voters disenchanted with Jeremy Corbyn's leadership will be either voting Conservative or perhaps switching back to the Lib Dems.
All polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm. There is still time to register to vote before the deadline of 22 May.
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