Voters head to the polls today across Sussex to elect their councillors, but when are results expected?

Elections are taking place in Crawley, Adur and Worthing, Hastings and there are by-elections in Kemptown and Queen’s Park in Brighton.

People across Sussex are also voting for their next Police and Crime Commissioner.

Polls are open until 10pm today.

People do not need to bring their poll card with them to vote, although they must bring a valid form of photo identification to vote at a polling station.

Votes for the Adur, Worthing, Crawley and Hastings elections will begin tomorrow morning, with results to trickle through the afternoon.

Crawley is estimated to declare at 2.30pm, Hastings at 3pm, Adur at 4pm and Worthing at 5pm.

Times are subject to change.

Votes in the by-elections in Kemptown and Queen's Park in Brighton will be counted on Sunday and results are expected to be called by 4.30pm.

Counting for the county’s next Police and Crime Commissioner will also begin on Sunday with results expected by 4.30pm.