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List of Parliamentary constituencies in Northumberland

 

List of Parliamentary constituencies in Northumberland

The county of Northumberland is divided into 4 Parliamentary constituencies – 1 Borough constituencies and 3 County constituencies.

Contents

  • Constituencies 1
  • Boundary changes 2
  • Results 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5

Constituencies

      † Conservative

      ‡ Labour       ¤ Liberal Democrat

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Electoral wards[1][2] Map
Berwick-upon-Tweed CC 57,571 2,690 Alan Beith¤   Anne-Marie Trevelyan† Alnwick District Council: Alnmouth and Lesbury, Alnwick Castle, Alnwick Clayport, Alnwick Hotspur, Amble Central, Amble East, Amble West, Embleton, Harbottle and Elsdon, Hedgeley, Longframlington, Longhoughton with Craster and Rennington, Rothbury and South Rural, Shilbottle, Warkworth, Whittingham. Berwick-upon-Tweed Borough Council: Bamburgh, Beadnell, Belford, Cheviot, Edward, Elizabeth, Flodden, Ford, Islandshire, Lowick, Norhamshire, North Sunderland, Prior, Seton, Shielfield, Spittal, Wooler. Castle Morpeth Borough Council: Chevington, Ellington, Hartburn, Longhorsley, Lynemouth, Ulgham.
Blyth Valley BC 62,657 6,668   Ronnie Campbell Jeff Reid¤ Northumberland County Council: Cowpen, Cramlington East, Cramlington Eastfield with East Hartford, Cramlington North, Cramlington Parkside, Cramlington South East, Cramlington Village, Cramlington West, Croft, Hartley, Holywell, Isabella, Kitty Brewster, Newsham and New Delaval, Plessey, Seaton Delaval, Seghill, South Beach, South Newsham, Wensleydale.
Hexham CC 59,666 5,788   Guy Opperman Andrew Duffield¤ Castle Morpeth Borough Council: Heddon-on-the-Wall, Ponteland East, Ponteland North, Ponteland South, Ponteland West, Stamfordham, Stannington. Northumberland County Council: Acomb, Allendale, Bellingham, Broomhaugh and Riding, Chollerton with Whittington, Corbridge, East Tynedale, Hadrian, Haltwhistle, Haydon, Hexham Gilesgate, Hexham Hencotes,

Hexham Leazes, Hexham Priestpopple, Humshaugh and Wall, Ovingham, Prudhoe Castle, Prudhoe North, Prudhoe South, Prudhoe West, Redesdale, Sandhoe with Dilston, Slaley and Hexhamshire, South Tynedale, Stocksfield with Mickley, Upper North Tyne, Wanney, Warden and Newbrough, Wark, West Tynedale, Wylam.

Wansbeck CC 63,329 7,031   Ian Lavery Simon Reed¤ Castle Morpeth Borough Council: Hebron, Hepscott and Mitford, Morpeth Central, Morpeth Kirkhill, Morpeth North, Morpeth South, Morpeth Stobhill, Pegswood. Northumberland County Council: Bedlington Central, Bedlington East, Bedlington West, Bothal, Central, Choppington, College, Guide Post, Haydon, Hirst, Newbiggin East, Newbiggin West, Park, Seaton, Sleekburn, Stakeford.

Boundary changes

Name Pre-2010 Boundaries Post-2010 Boundaries
  1. Berwick-upon-Tweed CC
  2. Blyth Valley BC
  3. Hexham CC
  4. Wansbeck CC
Parliamentary constituencies in Northumberland
Proposed Revision

Results

2005 2010

Notes

  1. ^ BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
  2. ^ The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.

References

  1. ^ "The Parliamentary Constituencies (England) Order 2007, page 4".  
  2. ^ Boundary Commission for England pp. 1004–1007
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