Merseyside is a Non-Metropolitan County in North West England. It consists of fifteen UK Parliamentary constituencies, each of which elects one MP using the First Past the Post system.

Electoral WardsEdit


Bidston and St James, Birkenhead and Tranmere, Claughton, Oxton, Prenton, Rock Ferry.


Church, Derby, Ford, Linacre, Litherland, Netherton and Orrell, St Oswald, Victoria.

Garston and HalewoodEdit

Allerton and Hunts Cross, Belle Vale, Cressington, Halewood North, Halewood South, Halewood West, Speke-Garston, Woolton.


Cherryfield, Kirkby Central, Longview, Northwood, Page Moss, Park, Prescot West, Roby, St Bartholomews, St Gabriels, St Michaels, Shevington, Stockbridge, Swanside, Whitefield.

Liverpool, RiversideEdit

Central, Greenbank, Kirkdale, Mossley Hill, Princes Park, Riverside, St Michael’s.

Liverpool, WaltonEdit

Anfield, Clubmoor, County, Everton, Fazakerley, Warbreck.

Liverpool, WavertreeEdit

Childwall, Church, Kensington and Fairfield, Old Swan, Picton, Wavertree.

Liverpool, West DerbyEdit

Croxteth, Knotty Ash, Norris Green, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft, West Derby, Yew Tree.

Sefton CentralEdit

Blundellsands, Harington, Manor, Molyneux, Park, Ravenmeols, Sudell.


Ainsdale, Birkdale, Cambridge, Duke’s, Kew, Meols, Norwood.

St Helens NorthEdit

Billinge and Seneley Green, Blackbrook, Earlestown, Haydock, Moss Bank, Newton, Parr, Rainford, Windle.

St Helens South and WhistonEdit

Bold, Eccleston, Prescot East, Rainhill, Sutton, Thatto Heath, Town Centre, West Park, Whiston North, Whiston South.


Leasowe and Moreton East, Liscard, Moreton West and Saughall Massie, New Brighton, Seacombe, Wallasey.

Wirral SouthEdit

Bebington, Bromborough, Clatterbridge, Eastham, Heswall.

Wirral WestEdit

Greasby, Frankby and Irby, Hoylake and Meols, Pensby and Thingwall, Upton, West Kirby and Thurstaston.

See AlsoEdit


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