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List of electoral wards in Herefordshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of Herefordshire in the West Midlands. All changes since the re-organisation of local government following the passing of the Local Government Act 1972 are shown. The number of councillors elected for each electoral division or ward is shown in brackets.

Unitary authority council

Herefordshire

Wards from 1 April 1998 (first election 1 May 1997) to 1 May 2003:[1]

  1. Aylestone (2)
  2. Backbury (1)
  3. Belmont (2)
  4. Bircher (1)
  5. Bringsty (1)
  6. Bromyard (2)
  7. Burmarsh (1)
  8. Castle (1)
  9. Central (2)
  10. Clehonger (1)
  11. Credenhill (1)
  12. Dinmore Hill (1)
  13. Doward (1)
  14. Frome (1)
  15. Golden Cross (1)
  16. Golden Valley (1)
  17. Hagley (1)
  18. Hampton Court (1)
  19. Hinton (2)
  20. Hollington (1)
  21. Holmer (2)
  22. Hope End (2)
  23. Kingsthorne (1)
  24. Kington Town (1)
  25. Ledbury (2)
  26. Leominster East & South (2)
  27. Leominster North (2)
  28. Lyonshall with Titley (1)
  29. Marcle Ridge (1)
  30. Merbach (1)
  31. Mortimer (1)
  32. Old Gore (1)
  33. Penyard (1)
  34. Pontrilas (1)
  35. Ross-on-Wye East (2)
  36. Ross-on-Wye West (2)
  37. St Martins (2)
  38. St Nicholas (2)
  39. Stoney Street (1)
  40. Three Elms (2)
  41. Tupsley (2)
  42. Upton (1)
  43. Weobley (1)
  44. Wilton (1)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[2]

  1. Aylestone (2)
  2. Backbury (1)
  3. Belmont (3)
  4. Bircher (1)
  5. Bringsty (1)
  6. Bromyard (2)
  7. Burghill, Holmer & Lyde (1)
  8. Castle (1)
  9. Central (1)
  10. Credenhill (1)
  11. Frome (1)
  12. Golden Cross with Weobley (1)
  13. Golden Valley North (1)
  14. Golden Valley South (1)
  15. Hagley (1)
  16. Hampton Court (1)
  17. Hollington (1)
  18. Hope End (2)
  19. Kerne Bridge (1)
  20. Kington Town (1)
  21. Ledbury (3)
  22. Leominster North (2)
  23. Leominster South (2)
  24. Llangarron (1)
  25. Mortimer (1)
  26. Old Gore (1)
  27. Pembridge & Lyonshall with Titley (1)
  28. Penyard (1)
  29. Pontrilas (1)
  30. Ross-on-Wye East (2)
  31. Ross-on-Wye West (2)
  32. St Martins & Hinton (3)
  33. St Nicholas (2)
  34. Stoney Street (1)
  35. Sutton Walls (1)
  36. Three Elms (3)
  37. Tupsley (3)
  38. Upton (1)
  39. Valletts (1)
  40. Wormsley Ridge (1)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[3]

  1. Arrow (1)
  2. Aylestone Hill (1)
  3. Backbury (1)
  4. Belmont Rural (1)
  5. Birch (1)
  6. Bircher (1)
  7. Bishops Frome & Cradley (1)
  8. Bobblestock (1)
  9. Bromyard Bringsty (1)
  10. Bromyard West (1)
  11. Castle (1)
  12. Central (1)
  13. College (1)
  14. Credenhill (1)
  15. Dinedor Hill (1)
  16. Eign Hill (1)
  17. Golden Valley North (1)
  18. Golden Valley South (1)
  19. Greyfriars (1)
  20. Hagley (1)
  21. Hampton (1)
  22. Hinton & Hunderton (1)
  23. Holmer (1)
  24. Hope End (1)
  25. Kerne Bridge (1)
  26. Kings Acre (1)
  27. Kington (1)
  28. Ledbury North (1)
  29. Ledbury South (1)
  30. Ledbury West (1)
  31. Leominster East (1)
  32. Leominster North & Rural (1)
  33. Leominster South (1)
  34. Leominster West (1)
  35. Llangarron (1)
  36. Mortimer (1)
  37. Newton Farm (1)
  38. Old Gore (1)
  39. Penyard (1)
  40. Queenswood (1)
  41. Red Hill (1)
  42. Ross East (1)
  43. Ross North (1)
  44. Ross West (1)
  45. Saxon Gate (1)
  46. Stoney Street (1)
  47. Sutton Walls (1)
  48. Three Crosses (1)
  49. Tupsley (1)
  50. Weobley (1)
  51. Whitecross (1)
  52. Widemarsh (1)
  53. Wormside (1)

Former county council

Hereford and Worcester

Electoral Divisions from 1 April 1974 (first election 12 April 1973) to 2 May 1985:[4][5][6]

  1. Alvechurch & Cofton Hackett (1)
  2. Belbroughton (1)
  3. Bewdley No. 1 (1)
  4. Bewdley No. 2 (1)
  5. Bromsgrove East (1)
  6. Bromsgrove North (1)
  7. Bromsgrove North West (1)
  8. Bromsgrove South (1)
  9. Bromsgrove South East (1)
  10. Bromsgrove West (1)
  11. Bromyard (1)
  12. Chaddesley Corbett (1)
  13. Croome (1)
  14. Dore & Bredwardine (1)
  15. Droitwich North (1)
  16. Droitwich Rural No. 1 (1)
  17. Droitwich Rural No. 2 (1)
  18. Droitwich Rural No. 3 (1)
  19. Droitwich South (1)
  20. Evesham East (1)
  21. Evesham Rural No. 1 (1)
  22. Evesham Rural No. 2 (1)
  23. Evesham Rural No. 3 (1)
  24. Evesham West (1)
  25. Hagley (1)
  26. Hereford No. 1 (Bartonsham) (1)
  27. Hereford No. 2 (2)
  28. Hereford No. 3 (Holmer) (1)
  29. Hereford No. 4 (St Martins) (2)
  30. Hereford No. 5 (North Tupsley) (1)
  31. Hereford No. 6 (South Tupsley) (1)
  32. Hereford Rural No. 1 (1)
  33. Hereford Rural No. 2 (1)
  34. Hereford Rural No. 3 (1)
  35. Kidderminster Baxter (1)
  36. Kidderminster Oldington (1)
  37. Kidderminster Park (1)
  38. Kidderminster Rowland Hill (1)
  39. Kidderminster St Georges (1)
  40. Kidderminster St Johns (2)
  41. Kidderminster St Marys (1)
  42. Kington (1)
  43. Ledbury No. 1 (1)
  44. Ledbury No. 2 (1)
  45. Leominster & Wigmore No. 1 (1)
  46. Leominster & Wigmore No. 2 (1)
  47. Leominster (1)
  48. Malvern East (1)
  49. Malvern North (1)
  50. Malvern South (1)
  51. Malvern West (1)
  52. Martley No. 1 (1)
  53. Martley No. 2 (1)
  54. Pershore No. 1 (1)
  55. Pershore No. 2 (1)
  56. Pershore No. 3 (1)
  57. Powick (1)
  58. Redditch No. 1 (1)
  59. Redditch No. 2 (1)
  60. Redditch No. 3 (1)
  61. Redditch No. 4 (1)
  62. Redditch No. 5 (1)
  63. Redditch No. 6 (2)
  64. Ross & Whitchurch No. 1 (1)
  65. Ross & Whitchurch No. 2 (1)
  66. Ross-on-Wye (1)
  67. Stoke Prior (1)
  68. Stourport No. 1 (1)
  69. Stourport No. 2 (1)
  70. Stourport No. 3 (1)
  71. Tenbury (1)
  72. Upton-on-Severn (1)
  73. Weobley (1)
  74. Wolverley & Cookley (1)
  75. Worcester No. 1 (All Saints) (1)
  76. Worcester No. 2 (Bedwardine) (1)
  77. Worcester No. 3 (Claines) (1)
  78. Worcester No. 4 (Holy Trinity) (1)
  79. Worcester No. 5 (Nunnery) (1)
  80. Worcester No. 6 (St Barnabas) (1)
  81. Worcester No. 7 (St Clement) (1)
  82. Worcester No. 8 (St John) (1)
  83. Worcester No. 9 (St Martin) (1)
  84. Worcester No. 10 (St Nicholas) (1)
  85. Worcester No. 11 (St Peter) (1)
  86. Worcester No. 12 (St Stephen) (1)
  87. Wythall North (1)
  88. Wythall South (1)

Electoral Divisions from 2 May 1985 to 1 April 1998 (county abolished):[7][8]

  1. Alvechurch (1)
  2. Barnt Green (1)
  3. Batchley (1)
  4. Bedwardine (1)
  5. Bowbrook (1)
  6. Bredon (1)
  7. Brinton Park (1)
  8. Broadway (1)
  9. Bromsgrove North (1)
  10. Bromsgrove South (1)
  11. Bromsgrove West (1)
  12. Bromyard (1)
  13. Central & St Nicholas (1)
  14. Chaddesley (1)
  15. Church Hill (1)
  16. Claines (1)
  17. College (1)
  18. Cookley Wolverley & Wribbenhall (1)
  19. Crabbs Cross (1)
  20. Croome (1)
  21. Dinmore (1)
  22. Dore & Bredwardine (1)
  23. Droitwich Rural (1)
  24. Droitwich South (1)
  25. Droitwich Town (1)
  26. Evesham Hampton (1)
  27. Evesham Town (1)
  28. Habberley & Blakebrook (1)
  29. Hagley & Furlongs (1)
  30. Hallow (1)
  31. Hinton & Hunderton (1)
  32. Hoobrook (1)
  33. Hope End (1)
  34. Hurcott (1)
  35. Inkberrow (1)
  36. Kington & Wigmore (1)
  37. Ledbury (1)
  38. Leominster (1)
  39. Leominster Rural (1)
  40. Lodge Park (1)
  41. Malvern Chase (1)
  42. Malvern Langland (1)
  43. Malvern Link (1)
  44. Malvern Trinity (1)
  45. Matchborough (1)
  46. Mitton (1)
  47. Nunnery (1)
  48. Pershore Town (1)
  49. Powick (1)
  50. Puxton (1)
  51. Redditch Central (1)
  52. Redditch West (1)
  53. Redhill & Newton Farm (1)
  54. Rock & Bewdley (1)
  55. Ross Rural (1)
  56. Ross-on-Wye (1)
  57. Rubery (1)
  58. Severn (1)
  59. St Barnabas (1)
  60. St Chad (1)
  61. St Clement (1)
  62. St John (1)
  63. St Martin (1)
  64. St Peter (1)
  65. St Stephen (1)
  66. Tenbury (1)
  67. The Littletons (1)
  68. Thinghill (1)
  69. Three Elms (1)
  70. Tupsley (1)
  71. Uffdown (1)
  72. Weobley (1)
  73. Winyates (1)
  74. Woodvale (1)
  75. Wormelow (1)
  76. Wythall (1)

Former district councils

Hereford

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[9]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 April 1998 (district abolished):[10]

Leominster

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[9]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 April 1998 (district abolished):[11]

Malvern Hills

See: List of electoral wards in Worcestershire#Malvern Hills

South Herefordshire

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[9]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 2 May 1991:[12]

Wards from 2 May 1991 to 1 April 1998 (district abolished):[13]

  1. Backbury (1)
  2. Broad Oak (1)
  3. Burghill (1)
  4. Burmarsh (1)
  5. Clehonger East (2)
  6. Clehonger West (1)
  7. Credenhill (1)
  8. Dinedor Hill (1)
  9. Dinmore Hill ()
  10. Doward (1)
  11. Fownhope (1)
  12. Garron (1)
  13. Golden Valley (1)
  14. Gorsley (1)
  15. Hagley (1)
  16. Harewood End (1)
  17. Hollington (1)
  18. Kingsthorne (1)
  19. Merbach (1)
  20. Munstone (1)
  21. Olchon (1)
  22. Old Gore (1)
  23. Penyard (1)
  24. Pontrilas (1)
  25. Ross-on-Wye East (4)
  26. Ross-on-Wye East (3)
  27. Stoney Street (1)
  28. Swainshill (1)
  29. Thinghill (1)
  30. Tram Inn (1)
  31. Walford (1)
  32. Whitfield (1)
  33. Wilton (1)

Electoral wards by constituency

Hereford and South Herefordshire

Aylestone, Belmont, Central, Golden Valley North, Golden Valley South, Hollington, Kerne Bridge, Llangarron, Penyard, Pontrilas, Ross-on-Wye East, Ross-on-Wye West, St Martins and Hinton, St Nicholas, Stoney Street, Three Elms, Tupsley, Valletts.

North Herefordshire

Backbury, Bircher, Bringsty, Bromyard, Burghill, Holmer and Lyde, Castle, Credenhill, Frome, Golden Cross with Weobley, Hagley, Hampton Court, Hope End, Kington Town, Ledbury, Leominster North, Leominster South, Mortimer, Old Gore, Pembridge and Lyonshall with Titley, Sutton Walls, Upton, Wormsley Ridge.

See also

References

  1. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Hereford and Worcester (Structural, Boundary and Electoral Changes) Order 1996. Retrieved on 6 November 2015.
  2. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of Herefordshire District Council (Electoral Changes) Order 2002. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  3. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Herefordshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2014. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  4. ^ The County of Hereford and Worcester (Electoral Divisions) Order 1973
  5. ^ Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. Local Elections Handbook 1973. The Elections Centre. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
  6. ^ Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. Local Elections Handbook 1977. The Elections Centre. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
  7. ^ The County of Hereford and Worcester (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1983
  8. ^ Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. Local Elections Handbook 1985, Volume 3. The Elections Centre. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
  9. ^ a b c The County of Hereford and Worcester (District Wards) Order 1973
  10. ^ The City of Hereford (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1977
  11. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Leominster (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1978. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  12. ^ The District of South Herefordshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1977
  13. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of South Herefordshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1991. Retrieved on 4 November 2015.
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