constituencies cover Clwyd. They are county constituencies (CCs) (for type of returning officer and election expenses) of the House of Commons of the UK Parliament ( Westminster), and are used also for elections to the National Assembly for Wales. The current boundaries have been effective since the Welsh Assembly election, 2007 and the 2010 United Kingdom general election.
 Clwyd is one of the eight preserved counties of Wales. As currently defined, the preserved county consists of the principal areas of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.
For Welsh Assembly elections, constituencies are grouped into
additional member electoral regions, and changes to constituency boundaries mean, also, changes to regional boundaries.
Westminster boundaries [ edit ]
From 2010 [ edit ]
Member of Parliament
Map reference above
Alyn and Deeside
Vale of Clwyd
1997 to 2010 [ edit ]
The Clwyd South constituency was also partly a
Powys constituency, and the Conwy and Meirionnydd Nant Conwy constituencies were also partly Gwynedd constituencies.
Changes proposed for 2022 [ edit ]
As part of the
Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for Wales proposed changes to almost all the existing Welsh Westminster constituencies, giving their proposals official names in either English or Wales and offering an alternative in the other language.
Assembly boundaries [ edit ]
From 2007 [ edit ]
The seven constituencies are all in the
North Wales electoral region, which also includes two Gwynedd constituencies.
1999 to 2007 [ edit ]
Results [ edit ]
Westminster elections [ edit ]
Assembly elections [ edit ]
Historical representation by party [ edit ]
1832 to 1885 [ edit ]
1 individual's page describes him as a Conservative, but constituency and 1832–33 election articles list him as a Liberal for the period 1832–37.
1885 to 1918 [ edit ]
1918 to 1983 [ edit ]
Coalition Liberal (1918–22) / National Liberal (1922–23)
National Liberal (1931–68)
1983 to present [ edit ]
Notes and references [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]