Warwickshire is a Ceremonial County in the West Midlands. It consists of six UK Parliamentary constituencies, each of which elects one MP using the First Past the Post system.

Electoral WardsEdit

Kenilworth and SouthamEdit

Abbey, Burton Dassett, Cubbington, Dunchurch and Knightlow, Fenny Compton, Harbury, Kineton, Lapworth, Leam Valley, Leek Wootton, Long Itchington, Park Hill, Radford Semele, Southam, St John’s, Stockton and Napton, Stoneleigh, Wellesbourne.

North WarwickshireEdit

Atherstone Central, Atherstone North, Atherstone South and Mancetter, Baddesley and Grendon, Bede, Coleshill North, Coleshill South, Curdworth, Dordon, Exhall, Fillongley, Heath, Hurley and Wood End, Kingsbury, Newton Regis and Warton, Polesworth East, Polesworth West, Poplar, Slough, Water Orton.


Abbey, Arbury, Arley and Whitacre, Attleborough, Bar Pool, Camp Hill, Galley Common, Hartshill, Kingswood, St Nicolas, Weddington, Wem Brook, Whitestone.


Admirals, Avon and Swift, Benn, Bilton, Brownsover North, Brownsover South, Bulkington, Caldecott, Earl Craven and Wolston, Eastlands, Fosse, Hillmorton, Lawford and King’s Newnham, New Bilton, Newbold, Overslade, Paddox, Wolvey.


Alcester, Aston Cantlow, Bardon, Bidford and Salford, Brailes, Claverdon, Ettington, Henley, Kinwarton, Long Compton, Quinton, Sambourne, Shipston, Snitterfield, Stratford Alveston, Stratford Avenue and New Town, Stratford Guild and Hathaway, Stratford Mount Pleasant, Studley, Tanworth, Tredington, Vale of the Red Horse, Welford.

Warwick and LeamingtonEdit

Bishop’s Tachbrook, Brunswick, Budbrooke, Clarendon, Crown, Manor, Milverton, Warwick North, Warwick South, Warwick West, Whitnash, Willes.

See alsoEdit


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