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List of electoral wards in Shropshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of Shropshire 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.

County council

Shropshire

Electoral Divisions from 1 April 1974 (first election 12 April 1973) to 7 May 1981:[1][2]

  1. Albrighton (1)
  2. Baschurch (1)
  3. Bishops Castle & Chirbury (1)
  4. Bridgnorth (2)
  5. Broseley (1)
  6. Chelmarsh (1)
  7. Church Stretton (1)
  8. Clee Hill & Corvedale (1)
  9. Cleobury Mortimer (1)
  10. Clun & Lydbury (1)
  11. Condover (1)
  12. Dawley Magna (1)
  13. Donnington (1)
  14. Drayton (1)
  15. Ellesmere (1)
  16. Ford (1)
  17. Hadley (1)
  18. High Ercall (1)
  19. Highley (1)
  20. Hinstock (1)
  21. Hodnet (1)
  22. Lilleshall (1)
  23. Ludlow (1)
  24. Madeley (2)
  25. Malinsee (1)
  26. Montford (1)
  27. Morfe (1)
  28. Much Wenlock (1)
  29. Newport (2)
  30. Oswestry (Eastern) (1)
  31. Oswestry (Western) (1)
  32. Pontesbury (1)
  33. Prees (1)
  34. Ruyton-XI-Towns (1)
  35. Shawbury (1)
  36. Shifnal (1)
  37. Shrewsbury (Abbey) (1)
  38. Shrewsbury (Battlefield & Harlescott (2)
  39. Shrewsbury (Belle Vue) (2)
  40. Shrewsbury (Castle) (1)
  41. Shrewsbury (Ditherington) (1)
  42. Shrewsbury (Kingsland) (1)
  43. Shrewsbury (Monkmoor) (1)
  44. Shrewsbury (Welsh) (1)
  45. St Oswald (1)
  46. Teme (1)
  47. Wellington (Haygate) (1)
  48. Wellington (Park) (2)
  49. Wem (1)
  50. Weston Rhyn (1)
  51. Whitchurch (1)
  52. Whittington (1)
  53. Wombridge (2)
  54. Wrekin (1)
  55. Wrockwardine Wood (1)
  56. Wroxeter (1)

Electoral Divisions from 7 May 1981 to 5 May 2005:[2][3]

  1. Albrighton (1)
  2. Bagley (1)
  3. Bayston Hill (1)
  4. Belle Vue (1)
  5. Bishops Castle (1)
  6. Bridgnorth Rural (1)
  7. Bridgnorth Town (1)
  8. Brookside (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  9. Broseley (1)
  10. Burnell (1)
  11. Castlefields & Ditherington (1)
  12. Church Stretton (1)
  13. Clee Hill (1)
  14. Clun (1)
  15. College (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  16. Copthorne (1)
  17. Corvedale (1)
  18. Cuckoo Oak (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  19. Dawley Magna (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  20. Donnington (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  21. Dothill (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  22. Edgmond (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  23. Ellesmere (1)
  24. Hadley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  25. Harlescott (1)
  26. Haygate (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  27. Hodnet (1)
  28. Hollinswood (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  29. Ketley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  30. Lawley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  31. Lilleshall (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  32. Loton (1)
  33. Ludlow (1)
  34. Madeley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  35. Market Drayton (1)
  36. Meole Brace (1)
  37. Monkmoor (1)
  38. Morfe (1)
  39. Much Wenlock (1)
  40. Myddle (1)
  41. Newport North (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  42. Newport South (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  43. Oswestry East (1)
  44. Oswestry West (1)
  45. Prees (1)
  46. Priorslee (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  47. Quarry (1)
  48. Rea Valley (1)
  49. Ruyton-XI-Towns (1)
  50. Shifnal (1)
  51. St Oswald (1)
  52. Stirchley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  53. Stottesdon (1)
  54. Sundorne (1)
  55. Sutton (1)
  56. Tern (1)
  57. Underdale (1)
  58. Wem (1)
  59. Weston Rhyn (1)
  60. Whitchurch (1)
  61. Whittington (1)
  62. Wombridge (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  63. Woodside (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  64. Woore (1)
  65. Wrekin Rural (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  66. Wrockwardine Wood (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]

Electoral Divisions from 5 May 2005 to 4 June 2009:[5][6]

  1. Albrighton (1)
  2. Bagley (1)
  3. Baschurch (1)
  4. Bayston Hill (1)
  5. Belle-Vue (1)
  6. Bishop’s Castle (1)
  7. Bridgnorth East (1)
  8. Bridgnorth Rural (1)
  9. Bridgnorth West (1)
  10. Broseley (1)
  11. Burnell (1)
  12. Castlefields & Ditherington (1)
  13. Church Stretton (1)
  14. Clee (1)
  15. Clun (1)
  16. Copthorne (1)
  17. Corvedale (1)
  18. Ellesmere (1)
  19. Harlescott (1)
  20. Loton (1)
  21. Ludlow (1)
  22. Ludlow Rural (1)
  23. Market Drayton (2)
  24. Market Drayton Rural (1)
  25. Meole-Brace (1)
  26. Monkmoor (1)
  27. Morfe (1)
  28. Much Wenlock (1)
  29. Oswestry (2)
  30. Porthill (1)
  31. Prees (1)
  32. Rea Valley (1)
  33. Ruyton-XI-Towns (1)
  34. Shawbury (1)
  35. Shifnal (1)
  36. St Oswald (1)
  37. Stottesdon (1)
  38. Sundorne (1)
  39. Sutton & Reabrook (1)
  40. Tern (1)
  41. Underdale (1)
  42. Wem (1)
  43. Wem Rural (1)
  44. Weston Rhyn (1)
  45. Whitchurch (1)
  46. Whittington (1)

Electoral Divisions from 4 June 2009 to present:[7]

  1. Abbey (1)
  2. Albrighton (1)
  3. Alveley & Claverley (1)
  4. Bagley (1)
  5. Battlefield (1)
  6. Bayston Hill, Column & Sutton (3)
  7. Belle Vue (1)
  8. Bishop’s Castle (1)
  9. Bowbrook (1)
  10. Bridgnorth East & Astley Abbotts (2)
  11. Bridgnorth West & Tasley (2)
  12. Broseley (1)
  13. Brown Clee (1)
  14. Burnell (1)
  15. Castlefields & Ditherington (1)
  16. Cheswardine (1)
  17. Chirbury & Worthen (1)
  18. Church Stretton & Craven Arms (2)
  19. Clee (1)
  20. Cleobury Mortimer (2)
  21. Clun (1)
  22. Copthorne (1)
  23. Corvedale (1)
  24. Ellesmere Urban (1)
  25. Harlescott (1)
  26. Highley (1)
  27. Hodnet (1)
  28. Llanymynech (1)
  29. Longden (1)
  30. Loton (1)
  31. Ludlow East (1)
  32. Ludlow North (1)
  33. Ludlow South (1)
  34. Market Drayton East (1)
  35. Market Drayton West (2)
  36. Meole (1)
  37. Minsterley (1); renamed Rea Valley in 2010[8]
  38. Monkmoor (1)
  39. Much Wenlock (1)
  40. Oswestry East (2) †
  41. Oswestry South (1) †
  42. Oswestry West (1) †
  43. Porthill (1)
  44. Prees (1)
  45. Quarry & Coton Hill (1)
  46. Radbrook (1)
  47. Ruyton & Baschurch (1) †
  48. Selattyn & Gobowen (2); renamed Gobowen, Selattyn & Weston Rhyn in 2011[9]
  49. Severn Valley (1)
  50. Shawbury (1)
  51. Shifnal North (1)
  52. Shifnal South & Cosford (1)
  53. St Martin’s (1)
  54. St Oswald (1) †
  55. Sundorne (1)
  56. Tern (1)
  57. The Meres (1)
  58. Underdale (1)
  59. Wem (2)
  60. Whitchurch North (2)
  61. Whitchurch South (1)
  62. Whittington (1) †
  63. Worfield (1)

† minor boundary changes in 2013[10]

Unitary authority council

Telford and Wrekin

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[11]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 1997:[12][4]

Wards from 1 May 1997 to 1 May 2003:[13]

  1. Arleston (1)
  2. Brookside (2)
  3. Church Aston & Lilleshall (1)
  4. College (1)
  5. Cuckoo Oak (2)
  6. Dawley Magna (3)
  7. Donnington (2)
  8. Donnington Wood & Muxton (2)
  9. Dothill (1)
  10. Edgmond (1)
  11. Ercall (1)
  12. Ercall Magna (1)
  13. Hadley (2)
  14. Haygate (1)
  15. Hollinswood & Randlay (2)
  16. Ironbridge Gorge (1)
  17. Ketley (1)
  18. Ketley Bank (1)
  19. Lawley (2)
  20. Leegomery (2)
  21. Madeley (2)
  22. Malinslee & Langley (3)
  23. Newport East (1)
  24. Newport North (1)
  25. Newport South (1)
  26. Newport West (1)
  27. Park (1)
  28. Shawbirch (1)
  29. St George’s & Priorslee (3)
  30. Stirchley (2)
  31. Wombridge (2)
  32. Woodside (2)
  33. Wrockwardine (2)
  34. Wrockwardine Wood (2)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[14]

  1. Apley Castle (1)
  2. Arleston (1)
  3. Brookside (2)
  4. Church Aston & Lilleshall (1)
  5. College (1)
  6. Cuckoo Oak (2)
  7. Dawley Magna (3)
  8. Donnington (2)
  9. Dothill (1)
  10. Edgmond (1)
  11. Ercall (1)
  12. Ercall Magna (1)
  13. Hadley & Leegomery (3)
  14. Haygate (1)
  15. Horsehay & Lightmoor (2)
  16. Ironbridge Gorge (1)
  17. Ketley & Oakengates (3)
  18. Lawley & Overdale (2)
  19. Madeley (2)
  20. Malinslee (2)
  21. Muxton (2)
  22. Newport East (1)
  23. Newport North (1)
  24. Newport South (1)
  25. Newport West (1)
  26. Park (1)
  27. Priorslee (2)
  28. Shawbirch (1)
  29. St Georges (2)
  30. The Nedge (3)
  31. Woodside (2)
  32. Wrockwardine (2)
  33. Wrockwardine Wood & Trench (2)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[15]

  1. Admaston & Bratton (1)
  2. Apley Castle (1)
  3. Arleston (1)
  4. Brookside (2)
  5. Church Aston & Lilleshall (1)
  6. College (1)
  7. Dawley & Aqueduct (3)
  8. Donnington (2)
  9. Dothill (1)
  10. Edgmond & Ercall Magna (2)
  11. Ercall (1)
  12. Hadley & Leegomery (3)
  13. Haygate (1)
  14. Horsehay & Lightmoor (2)
  15. Ironbridge Gorge (1)
  16. Ketley & Overdale (3)
  17. Madeley & Sutton Hill (3)
  18. Malinslee & Dawley Bank (2)
  19. Muxton (2)
  20. Newport North & West (2)
  21. Newport South & East (2)
  22. Oakengates & Ketley Bank (3)
  23. Park (1)
  24. Priorslee (2)
  25. Shawbirch (1)
  26. St Georges (2)
  27. The Nedge (3)
  28. Woodside (2)
  29. Wrockwardine (1)
  30. Wrockwardine Wood & Trench (2)

Former district councils

Bridgnorth

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[11]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 2003:[16]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[17]

  1. Albrighton South (2)
  2. Alveley (2)
  3. Bridgnorth Castle (2)
  4. Bridgnorth East (2)
  5. Bridgnorth Morfe (2)
  6. Bridgnorth West (2)
  7. Broseley East (2)
  8. Broseley West (2)
  9. Claverley (1)
  10. Ditton Priors (1)
  11. Donington & Albrighton North (2)
  12. Glazeley (1)
  13. Harrington (1)
  14. Highley (2)
  15. Morville (1)
  16. Much Wenlock (2)
  17. Shifnall Idsall (2)
  18. Shifnal Manor (2)
  19. Shifnal Rural (1)
  20. Stottesdon (1)
  21. Worfield (1)

North Shropshire

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[11]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[18]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[19][20]

  1. Baschurch (1)
  2. Clive & Myddle (2)
  3. Cockshutt (1)
  4. Dudleston Heath (1)
  5. Ellesmere & Welshampton (3)
  6. Hinstock (2)
  7. Hodnet (2)
  8. Hordley, Tetchill & Lyneal (1)
  9. Market Drayton East (2)
  10. Market Drayton North (3)
  11. Market Drayton South (2)
  12. Prees (2)
  13. Shavington (1)
  14. Shawbury (2)
  15. Sutton (1)
  16. Wem East (2)
  17. Wem Rural (1)
  18. Wem West (2)
  19. Whitchurch North (2)
  20. Whitchurch Rural (1)
  21. Whitchurch South (2)
  22. Whitchurch West (2)
  23. Whixhall (1)
  24. Woore (1)

Oswestry

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[11]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[21]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[22]

  1. Cabin Lane (2)
  2. Cambrian (2)
  3. Carreg Llwyd (2)
  4. Castle (2)
  5. Gatacre (2)
  6. Gobowen (3)
  7. Kinnerley (1)
  8. Llanyblodwel & Pant (2)
  9. Maserfield (2)
  10. Ruyton & West Felton (2)
  11. St Martin's (2)
  12. Sweeney & Trefonen (3)
  13. Weston Rhyn (2)
  14. Whittington (2)

Shrewsbury and Atcham

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[11]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 2 May 2002:[23]

Wards from 2 May 2002 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[24]

  1. Bagley (2)
  2. Battlefield & Heathgates (2)
  3. Bayston Hill (2)
  4. Belle Vue (2)
  5. Bowbrook (2)
  6. Castlefields & Quarry (2)
  7. Column (2)
  8. Condover (1)
  9. Copthorne (2)
  10. Hanwood & Longden (1)
  11. Harlescott (2)
  12. Haughmond & Attingham (1)
  13. Lawley (1)
  14. Meole Brace (2)
  15. Monkmoor (2)
  16. Montford (1)
  17. Pimhill (1)
  18. Porthill (2)
  19. Rea Valley (2)
  20. Rowton (1)
  21. Severn Valley (1)
  22. Sundorne (2)
  23. Sutton & Reabrook (2)
  24. Underdale (2)

South Shropshire

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[11]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[25]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[26][27]

  1. Apedale (1)
  2. Bishop’s Castle with Onny Valley (2)
  3. Bitterley with Stoke St Milborough (1)
  4. Bucknell (1)
  5. Burford (1)
  6. Caynham with Ashford (1)
  7. Chirbury (1)
  8. Church Stretton North (2)
  9. Church Stretton South (2)
  10. Clee (2)
  11. Cleobury Mortimer (2)
  12. Clun (1)
  13. Clun Forest (1)
  14. Corve Valley (1)
  15. Kemp Valley (1)
  16. Ludlow Henley (2)
  17. Ludlow St Laurence's (2)
  18. Ludlow St Peter's (2)
  19. Ludlow Sheet with Ludford (2)
  20. Stokesay (2)
  21. Upper Corvedale (1)
  22. Wistanstow with Hopesay (1)
  23. Worthen (2)

Electoral wards by constituency

Ludlow

Alveley and Claverley, Bishop's Castle, Bridgnorth East and Astley Abbotts, Bridgnorth West and Tasley, Broseley, Brown Clee, Church Stretton and Craven Arms, Clee, Cleobury Mortimer, Clun, Corvedale, Highley, Ludlow East, Ludlow North, Ludlow South, Much Wenlock, Worfield.

North Shropshire

Cheswardine, Ellesmere Urban, Gobowen, Selattyn and Weston Rhyn, Hodnet, Llanymynech, Market Drayton East, Market Drayton West, Oswestry East, Oswestry South, Oswestry West, Prees, Ruyton and Baschurch, Shawbury, St Martin's, St Oswald, The Meres, Wem, Whitchurch North, Whitchurch South, Whittington.

Shrewsbury and Atcham

Abbey, Bagley, Battlefield, Bayston Hill, Column and Sutton, Belle Vue, Bowbrook, Burnell, Castlefields and Ditherington, Chirbury and Worthen, Copthorne, Harlescott, Longden, Loton, Meole, Monkmoor, Porthill, Quarry and Coton Hill, Radbrook, Rea Valley, Severn Valley, Sundorne, Tern, Underdale.

Telford

Brookside, Cuckoo Oak, Dawley Magna, Horsehay and Lightmoor, Ironbridge Gorge, Ketley and Oakengates, Lawley and Overdale, Madeley, Malinslee, Priorslee, St Georges, The Nedge, Woodside, Wrockwardine Wood and Trench.

The Wrekin

Albrighton, Apley Castle, Arleston, Church Aston and Lilleshall, College, Donnington, Dothill, Edgmond, Ercall, Ercall Magna, Hadley and Leegomery, Haygate, Muxton, Newport East, Newport North, Newport South, Newport West, Park, Shifnal North, Shifnal South and Cosford, Shawbirch, Wrockwardine.

See also

References

  1. ^ The County of Salop (Electoral Divisions) Order 1973
  2. ^ a b Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. Shropshire County Council Election Results 1973-2005 (PDF). The Elections Centre. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
  3. ^ The County of Shropshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1980
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w legislation.gov.uk - The Shropshire (District of The Wrekin) (Structural Change) Order 1996. Retrieved on 6 November 2015.
  5. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of Shropshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2004. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  6. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Shropshire (Structural Change) Order 2008. Retrieved on 6 November 2015.
  7. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of Shropshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2009. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  8. ^ Shropshire County Council letter dated 29 March 2010
  9. ^ Shropshire County Council letter dated 27 March 2011
  10. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of Shropshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2012. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  11. ^ a b c d e f The County of Salop (District Wards) Order 1973
  12. ^ The District of The Wrekin (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1978
  13. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of The Wrekin (Parishes and Electoral Changes) Order 1997. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  14. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Telford and Wrekin (Electoral Changes) Order 2002. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  15. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Telford & Wrekin (Electoral Changes) Order 2014. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  16. ^ The District of Bridgnorth (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976
  17. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Bridgnorth (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  18. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of North Shropshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  19. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of North Shropshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  20. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of North Shropshire (Electoral Changes) (Amendment) Order 2006. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  21. ^ The Borough of Oswestry (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1975
  22. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Oswestry (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  23. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Shrewsbury and Atcham (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1975. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  24. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Shrewsbury and Atcham (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  25. ^ The District of South Shropshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976
  26. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of South Shropshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  27. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of South Shropshire (Electoral Changes) (Amendment) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
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