List of electoral wards in Surrey

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This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of Surrey in South East England. 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[edit]

Surrey[edit]

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

  1. Addlestone (1)
  2. Ash (1)
  3. Ashford East & Laleham (1)
  4. Ashford West (1)
  5. Banstead (North East) (1)
  6. Banstead (North West) (1)
  7. Banstead (South) (1)
  8. Camberley (East) (1)
  9. Camberley (West) (1)
  10. Caterham Hill (1)
  11. Caterham Valley (1)
  12. Chertsey (1)
  13. Chobham & Bisley (1)
  14. Dorking (North) (1)
  15. Dorking (South) (1)
  16. Dorking Rural (1)
  17. Egham (North) (1)
  18. Egham (South) (1)
  19. Epsom & Ewell (North East) (1)
  20. Epsom & Ewell (North) (1)
  21. Epsom & Ewell (South East) (1)
  22. Epsom & Ewell (South West) (1)
  23. Epsom & Ewell (West) (1)
  24. Esher No. 1 (Claygate & Esher) (1)
  25. Esher No. 2 (Long Ditton & Hinchley (1)
  26. Esher No. 3 (Cobham) (1)
  27. Esher No. 4 (Molesey) (1)
  28. Esher No. 5 (Thames Ditton) (1)
  29. Farnham (North) (1)
  30. Farnham (South) (1)
  31. Frimley (1)
  32. Godalming (1)
  33. Godstone (North East) (1)
  34. Godstone (North West) (1)
  35. Godstone (South East) (1)
  36. Godstone (South West) (1)
  37. Guildford (East) (1)
  38. Guildford (North) (1)
  39. Guildford (South) (1)
  40. Guildford (West) (1)
  41. Hambledon (Central) (1)
  42. Hambledon (East) (1)
  43. Hambledon (West) (1)
  44. Haslemere (1)
  45. Horsleys (1)
  46. Leatherhead (Central) (1)
  47. Leatherhead (East) (1)
  48. Leatherhead (West) (1)
  49. New Haw (1)
  50. Reigate (East) (1)
  51. Reigate (North West) (1)
  52. Reigate (South Central) (1)
  53. Reigate (South West) (1)
  54. Shalford (1)
  55. Shepperton (1)
  56. Shere (1)
  57. Staines (1)
  58. Stanwell (1)
  59. Sunbury (1)
  60. Sunbury Common & Ashford Common (1)
  61. Walton & Weybridge No. 1 (Hersham) (1)
  62. Walton & Weybridge No. 2 (Walton So (1)
  63. Walton & Weybridge No. 3 (Walton on (1)
  64. Walton & Weybridge No. 4 (Weybridge (1)
  65. Warlingham (1)
  66. Windlesham (1)
  67. Woking (Central) (1)
  68. Woking (East) (1)
  69. Woking (North) (1)
  70. Woking (South) (1)
  71. Woking (West) (1)
  72. Worplesdon (1)

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

  1. Addlestone (1)
  2. Ash (1)
  3. Ashford East (1)
  4. Ashford West (1)
  5. Ashtead (1)
  6. Banstead East (1)
  7. Banstead South (1)
  8. Banstead West (1)
  9. Bookham & Fetcham West (1)
  10. Camberley East (1)
  11. Camberley West (1)
  12. Caterham Hill (1)
  13. Caterham Valley (1)
  14. Chertsey (1)
  15. Chobham & Bisley (1)
  16. Claygate & Hinchley Wood (1)
  17. Cobham & Oxshott (1)
  18. Dorking North (1)
  19. Dorking Rural (1)
  20. Dorking South (1)
  21. Egham North (1)
  22. Egham South (1)
  23. Epsom & Ewell North East (1)
  24. Epsom & Ewell Southeast (1)
  25. Epsom & Ewell Southwest (1)
  26. Epsom & Ewell West (1)
  27. Esher & Molesey East (1)
  28. Ewell Court Auriol & Cuddington (1)
  29. Farnham Central (1)
  30. Farnham North (1)
  31. Farnham South (1)
  32. Frimley Green & Mytchett (1)
  33. Godalming North (1)
  34. Godalming South & Rural (1)
  35. Godstone (1)
  36. Guildford East (1)
  37. Guildford North (1)
  38. Guildford South (1)
  39. Guildford West (1)
  40. Haslemere (1)
  41. Heatherside & Parkside (1)
  42. Hersham (1)
  43. Horley East & Salfords (1)
  44. Horley West (1)
  45. Horsleys (1)
  46. Laleham & Shepperton Green (1)
  47. Leatherhead & Fetcham E. (1)
  48. Lingfield (1)
  49. Molesey West (1)
  50. New Haw (1)
  51. Oxted (1)
  52. Reigate Central (1)
  53. Reigate East (1)
  54. Reigate North (1)
  55. Reigate South (1)
  56. Shalford (1)
  57. Shepperton (1)
  58. Shere (1)
  59. Staines (1)
  60. Stanwell (1)
  61. Sunbury (1)
  62. The Dittons (1)
  63. Walton South & Oatlands (1)
  64. Walton-on-Thames (1)
  65. Warlingham (1)
  66. Waverley East (1)
  67. Waverley West (1)
  68. Weybridge (1)
  69. Windlesham (1)
  70. Woking East (1)
  71. Woking North (1)
  72. Woking South (1)
  73. Woking Southeast (1)
  74. Woking Southwest (1)
  75. Woking West (1)
  76. Worplesdon (1)

Electoral Divisions from 5 May 2005 to 2 May 2013:[4]

Surrey UK electoral division map (blank).svg
  1. Addlestone (1)
  2. Ash (1)
  3. Ashford (1)
  4. Ashtead (1)
  5. Banstead East (1)
  6. Banstead South (1)
  7. Banstead West (1)
  8. Bisley, Chobham & West End (1)
  9. Bookham & Fetcham West (1)
  10. Camberley East (1)
  11. Camberley West (1)
  12. Caterham Hill (1)
  13. Caterham Valley (1)
  14. Chertsey (1)
  15. Cobham (1)
  16. Cranleigh & Ewhurst (1)
  17. Dorking & the Holmwoods (1)
  18. Dorking Hills (1)
  19. Dorking Rural (1)
  20. Earlswood & Reigate South (1)
  21. East Molesey & Esher (1)
  22. Egham Hythe & Thorpe (1)
  23. Englefield Green (1)
  24. Epsom & Ewell North (1)
  25. Epsom & Ewell North East (1)
  26. Epsom & Ewell South East (1)
  27. Epsom & Ewell South West (1)
  28. Epsom & Ewell West (1)
  29. Farnham Central (1)
  30. Farnham North (1)
  31. Farnham South (1)
  32. Foxhills & Virginia Water (1)
  33. Frimley Green & Mytchett (1)
  34. Godalming North (1)
  35. Godalming South, Milford & Witley (1)
  36. Godstone (1) †
  37. Guildford East (1)
  38. Guildford North (1)
  39. Guildford South East (1)
  40. Guildford South West (1)
  41. Guildford West (1)
  42. Haslemere (1)
  43. Heatherside & Parkside (1)
  44. Hersham (1)
  45. Hinchley Wood, Claygate & Oxshott (1)
  46. Horley East (1)
  47. Horley West (1)
  48. Horsell (1)
  49. Horsleys (1)
  50. Knaphill (1)
  51. Laleham & Shepperton (1)
  52. Leatherhead & Fetcham East (1)
  53. Lingfield (1) †
  54. Lower Sunbury & Halliford (1)
  55. Merstham & Reigate Hill (1)
  56. Oxted (1)
  57. Pyrford (1)
  58. Redhill (1)
  59. Reigate Central (1)
  60. Shalford (1)
  61. Shere (1)
  62. St Johns & Brookwood (1)
  63. Staines (1)
  64. Staines South & Ashford West (1)
  65. Stanwell & Stanwell Moor (1)
  66. Sunbury Common & Ashford Common (1)
  67. The Byfleets (1)
  68. The Dittons (1)
  69. Walton (1)
  70. Walton South & Oatlands (1)
  71. Warlingham (1)
  72. Waverley Eastern Villages (1)
  73. Waverley Western Villages (1)
  74. West Molesey (1)
  75. Weybridge (1)
  76. Windlesham (1)
  77. Woking Central (1)
  78. Woking South (1)
  79. Woodham & New Haw (1)
  80. Worplesdon (1)

† minor boundary changes in 2009[5]

Electoral Divisions from 2 May 2013 to present:[6]

Surrey UK electoral division map 2013 (blank).svg
  1. Addlestone (1)
  2. Ash (1)
  3. Ashford (1)
  4. Ashtead (1)
  5. Bagshot, Windlesham & Chobham (1)
  6. Banstead, Woodmansterne & Chipstead (1)
  7. Bookham & Fetcham West (1)
  8. Camberley East (1)
  9. Camberley West (1)
  10. Caterham Hill (1)
  11. Caterham Valley (1)
  12. Chertsey (1)
  13. Cobham (1)
  14. Cranleigh & Ewhurst (1)
  15. Dorking Hills (1)
  16. Dorking Rural (1)
  17. Dorking South & The Holmwoods (1)
  18. Earlswood & Reigate South (1)
  19. East Molesey & Esher (1)
  20. Egham (1)
  21. Englefield Green (1)
  22. Epsom Town & Downs (1)
  23. Epsom West (1)
  24. Ewell (1)
  25. Ewell Court, Auriol & Cuddington (1)
  26. Farnham Central (1)
  27. Farnham North (1)
  28. Farnham South (1)
  29. Foxhills, Thorpe & Virginia Water (1)
  30. Frimley Green & Mytchett (1)
  31. Godalming North (1)
  32. Godalming South, Milford & Witley (1)
  33. Godstone (1)
  34. Goldsworth East & Horsell Village (1)
  35. Guildford East (1)
  36. Guildford North (1)
  37. Guildford South East (1)
  38. Guildford South West (1)
  39. Guildford West (1)
  40. Haslemere (1)
  41. Heatherside & Parkside (1)
  42. Hersham (1)
  43. Hinchley Wood, Claygate & Oxshott (1)
  44. Horley East (1)
  45. Horley West, Salfords & Sidlow (1)
  46. Horsleys (1)
  47. Knaphill & Goldsworth West (1)
  48. Laleham & Shepperton (1)
  49. Leatherhead & Fetcham East (1)
  50. Lightwater, West End & Bisley (1)
  51. Lingfield (1)
  52. Lower Sunbury & Halliford (1)
  53. Merstham & Banstead South (1)
  54. Nork & Tattenhams (1)
  55. Oxted (1)
  56. Redhill East (1)
  57. Redhill West & Meadvale (1)
  58. Reigate (1)
  59. Shalford (1)
  60. Shere (1)
  61. Staines (1)
  62. Staines South & Ashford West (1)
  63. Stanwell & Stanwell Moor (1)
  64. Sunbury Common & Ashford Common (1)
  65. Tadworth, Walton & Kingswood (1)
  66. The Byfleets (1)
  67. The Dittons (1)
  68. Walton (1)
  69. Walton South & Oatlands (1)
  70. Warlingham (1)
  71. Waverley Eastern Villages (1)
  72. Waverley Western Villages (1)
  73. West Ewell (1)
  74. West Molesey (1)
  75. Weybridge (1)
  76. Woking North (1)
  77. Woking South (1)
  78. Woking South East (1)
  79. Woking South West (1)
  80. Woodham & New Haw (1)
  81. Worplesdon (1)

District councils[edit]

Elmbridge[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 4 May 2000:[8]

Wards from 4 May 2000 to 5 May 2016:[9]

Elmbridge UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Claygate (3)
  2. Cobham & Downside (3)
  3. Cobham Fairmile (2)
  4. Esher (3)
  5. Hersham North (3)
  6. Hersham South (3)
  7. Hinchley Wood (2)
  8. Long Ditton (3)
  9. Molesey East (3)
  10. Molesey North (3)
  11. Molesey South (3)
  12. Oatlands Park (3)
  13. Oxshott & Stoke D'Abernon (3)
  14. St George’s Hill (3)
  15. Thames Ditton (3)
  16. Walton Ambleside (2)
  17. Walton Central (3)
  18. Walton North (3)
  19. Walton South (3)
  20. Weston Green (2)
  21. Weybridge North (2)
  22. Weybridge South (2)

Wards from 5 May 2016 to present:[10]

Elmbridge UK ward map 2016 (blank).svg
  1. Claygate (3)
  2. Cobham & Downside (3)
  3. Esher (3)
  4. Hersham Village (3)
  5. Hinchley Wood & Weston Green (3)
  6. Long Ditton (3)
  7. Molesey East (3)
  8. Molesey West (3)
  9. Oatlands & Burwood Park (3)
  10. Oxshott & Stoke D’Abernon (3)
  11. Thames Ditton (3)
  12. Walton Central (3)
  13. Walton North (3)
  14. Walton South (3)
  15. Weybridge Riverside (3)
  16. Weybridge St George’s Hill (3)

Epsom and Ewell[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[11]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[12]

Epsom and Ewell UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Auriol (2)
  2. College (3)
  3. Court (3)
  4. Cuddington (3)
  5. Ewell (3)
  6. Ewell Court (3)
  7. Nonsuch (3)
  8. Ruxley (3)
  9. Stamford (3)
  10. Stoneleigh (3)
  11. Town (3)
  12. West Ewell (3)
  13. Woodcote (3)

Guildford[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[13]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[14]

Guildford UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Ash South & Tongham (3)
  2. Ash Vale (2)
  3. Ash Wharf (2)
  4. Burpham (2)
  5. Christchurch (2)
  6. Clandon & Horsley (3)
  7. Effingham (1)
  8. Friary & St Nicolas (3)
  9. Holy Trinity (3)
  10. Lovelace (1)
  11. Merrow (3)
  12. Normandy (1)
  13. Onslow (3)
  14. Pilgrims (1)
  15. Pirbright (1)
  16. Send (2)
  17. Shalford (2)
  18. Stoke (2)
  19. Stoughton (3)
  20. Tillingbourne (2)
  21. Westborough (3)
  22. Worplesdon (3)

Mole Valley[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 4 May 2000:[15]

Wards from 4 May 2000 to present:[16]

Mole Valley UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Ashtead Common (2)
  2. Ashtead Park (2)
  3. Ashtead Village (3)
  4. Beare Green (1)
  5. Bookham North (3)
  6. Bookham South (3)
  7. Box Hill & Headley (1)
  8. Brockham, Betchworth & Buckland (2)
  9. Capel, Leigh & Newdigate (2)
  10. Charlwood (1)
  11. Dorking North (2)
  12. Dorking South (3)
  13. Fetcham East (2)
  14. Fetcham West (2)
  15. Holmwoods (3)
  16. Leatherhead North (3)
  17. Leatherhead South (2)
  18. Leith Hill (1)
  19. Mickleham, Westhumble & Pixham (1)
  20. Okewood (1)
  21. Westcott (1)

Reigate and Banstead[edit]

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

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 4 May 2000:[17]

Wards from 4 May 2000 to present:[18]

Reigate and Banstead UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Banstead Village (3)
  2. Chipstead, Hooley & Woodmansterne (3)
  3. Earlswood & Whitebushes (3)
  4. Horley Central (3)
  5. Horley East (2)
  6. Horley West (3)
  7. Kingswood with Burgh Heath (3)
  8. Meadvale & St John's (3)
  9. Merstham (3)
  10. Nork (3)
  11. Preston (1)
  12. Redhill East (3)
  13. Redhill West (3)
  14. Reigate Central (3)
  15. Reigate Hill (2)
  16. Salfords & Sidlow (1)
  17. South Park & Woodhatch (3)
  18. Tadworth & Walton (3)
  19. Tattenhams (3)

Runnymede[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 4 May 2000:[19]

Wards from 4 May 2000 to present:[20]

Runnymede UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Addlestone Bourneside (3)
  2. Addlestone North (3)
  3. Chertsey Meads (3)
  4. Chertsey St Ann's (3)
  5. Chertsey South & Row Town (3)
  6. Egham Hythe (3)
  7. Egham Town (3)
  8. Englefield Green East (3)
  9. Englefield Green West (3)
  10. Foxhills (3)
  11. New Haw (3)
  12. Thorpe (3)
  13. Virginia Water (3)
  14. Woodham (3)

Spelthorne[edit]

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

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 2003:[21]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[22]

Spelthorne UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Ashford Common (3)
  2. Ashford East (3)
  3. Ashford North & Stanwell South (3)
  4. Ashford Town (3)
  5. Halliford & Sunbury West (3)
  6. Laleham & Shepperton Green (3)
  7. Riverside & Laleham (3)
  8. Shepperton Town (3)
  9. Staines (3)
  10. Staines South (3)
  11. Stanwell North (3)
  12. Sunbury Common (3)
  13. Sunbury East (3)

Surrey Heath[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[23]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[24]

Surrey Heath UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Bagshot (3)
  2. Bisley (2)
  3. Chobham (2)
  4. Frimley (3)
  5. Frimley Green (3)
  6. Heatherside (3)
  7. Lightwater (3)
  8. Mytchett & Deepcut (3)
  9. Old Dean (2)
  10. Parkside (3)
  11. St Michaels (2)
  12. St Pauls (3)
  13. Town (2)
  14. Watchetts (2)
  15. West End (2)
  16. Windlesham (2)

Tandridge[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 4 May 2000:[25]

Wards from 4 May 2000 to present:[26]

Tandridge UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Bletchingley & Nutfield (3) †
  2. Burstow, Horne & Outwood (3) †
  3. Chaldon (1)
  4. Dormansland & Felcourt (2)
  5. Felbridge (1)
  6. Godstone (3)
  7. Harestone (2)
  8. Limpsfield (2)
  9. Lingfield & Crowhurst (2)
  10. Oxted North & Tandridge (3)
  11. Oxted South (3)
  12. Portley (2)
  13. Queens Park (2)
  14. Tatsfield & Titsey (1)
  15. Valley (2)
  16. Warlingham East & Chelsham & Farleigh (3)
  17. Warlingham West (2)
  18. Westway (2)
  19. Whyteleafe (2)
  20. Woldingham (1)

† minor boundary changes in 2007[5]

Waverley[edit]

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[7]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[27]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[28][29]

Waverley UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Alfold, Cranleigh Rural & Ellens Green (1)
  2. Blackheath & Wonersh (1)
  3. Bramley, Busbridge & Hascombe (2)
  4. Chiddingfold & Dunsfold (2)
  5. Cranleigh East (3)
  6. Cranleigh West (2)
  7. Elstead & Thursley (2)
  8. Ewhurst (1)
  9. Farnham Bourne (2)
  10. Farnham Castle (2)
  11. Farnham Firgrove (2)
  12. Farnham Hale & Heath End (2)
  13. Farnham Moor Park (2)
  14. Farnham Shortheath & Boundstone (2)
  15. Farnham Upper Hale (2)
  16. Farnham Weybourne & Badshot Lea (2)
  17. Farnham Wrecclesham & Rowledge (2)
  18. Frensham, Dockenfield & Tilford (2)
  19. Godalming Binscombe (2)
  20. Godalming Central & Ockford (2)
  21. Godalming Charterhouse (2)
  22. Godalming Farncombe & Catteshall (2)
  23. Godalming Holloway (2)
  24. Haslemere Critchmere & Shottermill (3)
  25. Haslemere East & Grayswood (2); changed to (3) in 2007[30]
  26. Hindhead (3); changed to (2) in 2007[30]
  27. Milford (2)
  28. Shamley Green & Cranleigh North (1)
  29. Witley & Hambledon (2)

Woking[edit]

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

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 4 May 2000:[31]

Wards from 4 May 2000 to 5 May 2016:[32]

Woking UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Brookwood (1)
  2. Byfleet (3)
  3. Goldsworth East (3)
  4. Goldsworth West (2)
  5. Hermitage & Knaphill South (2)
  6. Horsell East & Woodham (2)
  7. Horsell West (3)
  8. Kingfield & Westfield (2)
  9. Knaphill (3)
  10. Maybury & Sheerwater (3)
  11. Mayford & Sutton Green (1)
  12. Mount Hermon East (2)
  13. Mount Hermon West (2)
  14. Old Woking (1)
  15. Pyrford (2)
  16. St John’s & Hook Heath (2)
  17. West Byfleet (2)

Wards from 5 May 2016 to present:[33]

Woking UK ward map 2016 (blank).svg
  1. Byfleet & West Byfleet (3)
  2. Canalside (3)
  3. Goldsworth Park (3)
  4. Heathlands (3)
  5. Hoe Valley (3)
  6. Horsell (3)
  7. Knaphill (3)
  8. Mount Hermon (3)
  9. Pyrford (3)
  10. St John’s (3)

Electoral wards by constituency[edit]

East Surrey[edit]

Bletchingley and Nutfield, Burstow, Horne and Outwood, Chaldon, Dormansland and Felcourt, Felbridge, Godstone, Harestone, Horley Central, Horley East, Horley West, Limpsfield, Lingfield and Crowhurst, Oxted North and Tandridge, Oxted South, Portley, Queens Park, Tatsfield and Titsey, Valley, Warlingham East and Chelsham and Farleigh, Warlingham West, Westway, Whyteleafe, Woldingham.

Epsom and Ewell[edit]

Ashtead Common, Ashtead Park, Ashtead Village, Auriol, College, Court, Cuddington, Ewell, Ewell Court, Nonsuch, Nork, Ruxley, Stamford, Stoneleigh, Tattenhams, Town, West Ewell, Woodcote.

Esher and Walton[edit]

Claygate, Cobham and Downside, Cobham Fairmile, Esher, Hersham North, Hersham South, Hinchley Wood, Long Ditton, Molesey East, Molesey North, Molesey South, Oxshott and Stoke D’Abernon, Thames Ditton, Walton Ambleside, Walton Central, Walton North, Walton South, Weston Green.

Guildford[edit]

Alfold, Cranleigh Rural and Ellens Green, Burpham, Blackheath and Wonersh, Christchurch, Cranleigh East, Cranleigh West, Ewhurst, Friary and St Nicolas, Holy Trinity, Merrow, Onslow, Pilgrims, Shalford, Shamley Green and Cranleigh North, Stoke, Stoughton, Westborough, Worplesdon.

Mole Valley[edit]

Beare Green, Bookham North, Bookham South, Box Hill and Headley, Brockham, Betchworth and Buckland, Capel, Leigh and Newdigate, Charlwood, Clandon and Horsley, Dorking North, Dorking South, Effingham, Fetcham East, Fetcham West, Holmwoods, Leatherhead North, Leatherhead South, Leith Hill, Lovelace, Mickleham, Westhumble and Pixham, Okewood, Send, Tillingbourne, Westcott.

Reigate[edit]

Banstead Village, Chipstead, Hooley and Woodmansterne, Earlswood and Whitebushes, Kingswood with Burgh Heath, Meadvale and St John's, Merstham, Preston, Redhill East, Redhill West, Reigate Central, Reigate Hill, Salfords and Sidlow, South Park and Woodhatch, Tadworth and Walton.

Runnymede and Weybridge[edit]

Addlestone Bourneside, Addlestone North, Chertsey Meads, Chertsey St Ann's, Chertsey South and Row Town, Egham Hythe, Egham Town, Englefield Green East, Englefield Green West, Foxhills, New Haw, Oatlands Park, St George's Hill, Thorpe, Virginia Water, Weybridge North, Weybridge South, Woodham.

South West Surrey[edit]

Bramley, Busbridge and Hascombe, Chiddingfold and Dunsfold, Elstead and Thursley, Farnham Bourne, Farnham Castle, Farnham Firgrove, Farnham Hale and Heath End, Farnham Moor Park, Farnham Shortheath and Boundstone, Farnham Upper Hale, Farnham Weybourne and Badshot Lea, Farnham Wrecclesham and Rowledge, Frensham, Dockenfield and Tilford, Godalming Binscombe, Godalming Central and Ockford, Godalming Charterhouse, Godalming Farncombe and Catteshall, Godalming Holloway, Haslemere Critchmere and Shottermill, Haslemere East and Grayswood, Hindhead, Milford, Witley and Hambledon.

Spelthorne[edit]

Ashford Common, Ashford East, Ashford North and Stanwell South, Ashford Town, Halliford and Sunbury West, Laleham and Shepperton Green, Riverside and Laleham, Shepperton Town, Staines, Staines South, Stanwell North, Sunbury Common, Sunbury East.

Surrey Heath[edit]

Ash South and Tongham, Ash Vale, Ash Wharf, Bagshot, Bisley, Chobham, Frimley, Frimley Green, Heatherside, Lightwater, Mytchett And Deepcut, Old Dean, Parkside, St Michaels, St Pauls, Town, Watchetts, West End, Windlesham.

Woking[edit]

Brookwood, Byfleet, Goldsworth East, Goldsworth West, Hermitage and Knaphill South, Horsell East and Woodham, Horsell West, Kingfield and Westfield, Knaphill, Maybury and Sheerwater, Mayford and Sutton Green, Mount Hermon East, Mount Hermon West, Normandy, Old Woking, Pirbright, Pyrford, St John's and Hook Heath, West Byfleet.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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