A LEADING figure in Bournemouth’s digital and creative sector is giving staff a free breakfast to encourage them to vote in tomorrow’s general election.

Adam Greenwood, managing director of Greenwood Campbell, hopes the move will give extra time to vote before work.

The company, based on Richmond Hill, employs 38 people.

Mr Greenwood said: “We employ a lot of millennials and when we have had discussions about the upcoming election, I noticed that the general feeling was that it didn’t make any difference to them or that they didn’t care.

“So to convince them to go and vote we have provided free breakfast in the morning to allow them time to go and vote before work.

“I hope this will encourage them to make their voice heard.”

He added: “We are also showing some unbiased clips on the pros and cons of each of the three main parties on the night before the election to help the young members of the team who feel they don’t understand what the various parties represent.”

Polling stations are open from 7am-10pm tomorrow, with coverage of local results through the night at bournemouthecho.co.uk