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Areas of Sheffield

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The areas of Sheffield, a city and metropolitan borough in the north of England, vary widely in size and history. Some of the areas developed from villages or hamlets, that were absorbed into Sheffield as the city grew, and thus their centres are well defined, but the boundaries of many areas are ambiguous. The areas of Sheffield do not play a significant administrative role, but the city is divided into 28 electoral wards for local elections and 6 parliamentary constituencies for national elections.

The wards of Sheffield
The wards of Sheffield

History

Prior to 1848 the parish of Sheffield was divided into six townships: Attercliff-cum-Darnall; Brightside Bierlow; Ecclesall Bierlow; Nether Hallam; Sheffield township; and Upper Hallam. In 1832 the new borough constituency of Sheffield was formed from these townships with the exception of most of Upper Hallam and parts of Ecclesall Bierlow. In 1843 the Municipal Borough of Sheffield was created from the whole of the six townships, becoming the City of Sheffield in 1893. The Sheffield constituency was broken into five divisions in 1885: Attercliffe; Brightside; Central; Ecclesall; and Hallam, with the addition of Hillsborough and Park constituencies in 1918 after the City extended its boundaries. The Central and Ecclesall constituencies were abolished in 1950 in favour of two new constituencies, Heeley and Neepsend, but the latter was abolished in 1955 and the former was replaced by a revived Central constituency in 1983.

Sheffield is divided into 28 electoral wards for the purposes of City Council elections.[1] The number of electors per ward was set at about 13,500 ± 10% in 2004, following a Local Government ward boundary review.[2]

Sheffield is currently covered by six parliamentary constituencies, each formed from a number of wards; Brightside and Hillsborough, Central, Hallam, Heeley, South East, and Penistone and Stocksbridge, which also includes parts of the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley.

Areas of Sheffield by ward

Other areas

There are other areas that do not fit into the list above:

References

  1. ^ "Sheffield's electoral wards". Sheffield City Council. 7 August 2012. Archived from the original on 19 August 2012. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
  2. ^ Summary of Sheffield 2004 Ward Boundary Review. Retrieved 10 September 2005.
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