List of electoral divisions and wards in Wiltshire

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This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of Wiltshire in South West 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.

Wiltshire County Council[edit]

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

  1. Amesbury No. 1 (2)
  2. Amesbury No. 2 (1)
  3. Amesbury No. 3 (1)
  4. Bedwyn (1)
  5. Box (1)
  6. Bradford (1)
  7. Bradford & Melksham No. 1 (1)
  8. Bradford & Melksham No. 2 (1)
  9. Bremhill (1)
  10. Brinkworth (1)
  11. Calne North (1)
  12. Calne South (1)
  13. Cannings (1)
  14. Chippenham (Park) (1)
  15. Chippenham (Sheldon) (1)
  16. Chippenham (Town) (1)
  17. Collingbourne (1)
  18. Corsham (1)
  19. Cricklade (1)
  20. Devizes No. 1 (East) (1)
  21. Devizes No. 2 (1)
  22. Downton (1)
  23. Enford (1)
  24. Fisherton (1)
  25. Highworth No. 1 (3)
  26. Highworth No. 2 (1)
  27. Highworth No. 3 (1)
  28. Highworth No. 4 (1)
  29. Highworth No. 5 (1)
  30. Kington (1)
  31. Langley (1)
  32. Lavington (1)
  33. Malmesbury (1)
  34. Marlborough (1)
  35. Melksham (2)
  36. Mere & Tisbury No. 1 (Donhead & Tisbury) (1)
  37. Mere & Tisbury No. 2 (Mere) (1)
  38. New Sarum (Bemerton) (1)
  39. New Sarum (Fisherton) (1)
  40. New Sarum (St Edmund) (1)
  41. New Sarum (St Mark) (1)
  42. New Sarum (St Paul) (1)
  43. New Sarum (St Thomas) (1)
  44. Pewsey (1)
  45. Potterne (1)
  46. Preshute (1)
  47. Purton (1)
  48. Sherston (1)
  49. Swindon (East) (2)
  50. Swindon (Kings) (1)
  51. Swindon (North) (3)
  52. Swindon (Queens) (1)
  53. Swindon (South No. 1) (2)
  54. Swindon (South No. 2) (2)
  55. Swindon (West) (3) †
  56. Trowbridge No. 1 (1)
  57. Trowbridge No. 2 (1)
  58. Trowbridge No. 3 (1)
  59. Warminster (2)
  60. Warminster & Westbury No. 1 (1)
  61. Warminster & Westbury No. 2 (1)
  62. Warminster & Westbury No. 3 (1)
  63. Westbury (1)
  64. Whiteparish (1)
  65. Wilton (1)
  66. Wootton Bassett (1)
  67. Wylye (1)

† minor boundary changes in 1980[3]

Electoral Divisions from 7 May 1981 to 6 May 1993:[4][2]

  1. Aldbourne & Ramsbury (1)
  2. Alderbury (1)
  3. Amesbury (1)
  4. Bedwyn (1)
  5. Blunsdon (1)
  6. Box (1)
  7. Bradford-on-Avon North (1)
  8. Bradford-on-Avon South (1)
  9. Bremhill & Calne Without (1)
  10. Brinkworth (1)
  11. Calne (1)
  12. Chippenham Park (1)
  13. Chippenham Sheldon (1)
  14. Chippenham Town (1)
  15. Collingbourne (1)
  16. Corsham (1)
  17. Cricklade (1)
  18. Devizes (1)
  19. Devizes South & Cannings (1)
  20. Downton (1)
  21. Durrington & Bulford (1)
  22. Highworth (1)
  23. Holt (1)
  24. Idmiston (1)
  25. Kington (1)
  26. Laverstock (1)
  27. Lavington (1)
  28. Malmesbury (1)
  29. Marlborough (1)
  30. Melksham (1)
  31. Melksham Without (1)
  32. Mere (1)
  33. Pewsey & Enford (1)
  34. Pewsham (1)
  35. Potterne (1)
  36. Purton (1)
  37. Salisbury Bemerton (1)
  38. Salisbury Harnham (1)
  39. Salisbury St Mark (1)
  40. Salisbury St Martin (1)
  41. Salisbury St Paul (1)
  42. Shrewton (1)
  43. Southwick (1)
  44. Strat St Marg Coleview (1)
  45. Strat St Marg St Margaret (1)
  46. Strat St Marg St Phillip (1)
  47. Swindon Central (1)
  48. Swindon Eastcott (1)
  49. Swindon Eldene (1)
  50. Swindon Gorse Hill (1)
  51. Swindon Lawns (1)
  52. Swindon Liden (1)
  53. Swindon Moredon (1)
  54. Swindon Park North (1)
  55. Swindon Park South (1)
  56. Swindon South (1)
  57. Swindon Toothill (1)
  58. Swindon Walcot (1)
  59. Swindon Western (1)
  60. Swindon Whitworth (1)
  61. Tisbury (1)
  62. Trowbridge East (1)
  63. Trowbridge South (1)
  64. Trowbridge West (1)
  65. Upper Wylye Valley (1)
  66. Wanborough (1)
  67. Warminster East (1)
  68. Warminster West (1)
  69. Westbury (1)
  70. Whorwellsdown (1)
  71. Wilton (1)
  72. Wooton Bassett North (1)
  73. Wootton Bassett South (1)
  74. Wroughton (1)
  75. Swindon Freshbrook (1); new electoral division added in 1985[5]

Electoral Divisions from 6 May 1993 to 5 May 2005:[6]

  1. Aldbourne & Ramsbury (1)
  2. Alderbury (1)
  3. Amesbury (1)
  4. Avon & Cannings (1)
  5. Bedwyn & Pewsey (1)
  6. Bourne Valley (1)
  7. Bradford-on-Avon (1)
  8. Bremhill & Calne Without (1)
  9. Calne (1)
  10. Chippenham Park (1)
  11. Chippenham Sheldon (1)
  12. Chippenham Town (1)
  13. Collingbourne (1)
  14. Corsham (1)
  15. Cricklade & Purton (1)
  16. Devizes (1)
  17. Devizes South & Bromham (1)
  18. Downton (1)
  19. Durrington (1)
  20. Haydon Wick (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  21. Highworth (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  22. Holt (1)
  23. Kington (1)
  24. Lavington (1)
  25. Malmesbury (1)
  26. Marlborough (1)
  27. Melksham (1)
  28. Melksham Without (1)
  29. Mere (1)
  30. Minety (1)
  31. Pickwick with Box (1)
  32. Salisbury Bemerton (1)
  33. Salisbury Harnham (1)
  34. Salisbury St Mark (1)
  35. Salisbury St Martin (1)
  36. Southwick (1)
  37. St Paul (1)
  38. Stratton St Margaret, Coleview & Nythe (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  39. Stratton St Margaret, St Margaret (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  40. Stratton St Margaret, St Philip (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  41. Swindon Central (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  42. Swindon Covingham (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  43. Swindon Dorcan South (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  44. Swindon Eastcott (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  45. Swindon Freshbrook (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  46. Swindon Gorse Hill (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  47. Swindon Lawns (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  48. Swindon Moredon (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  49. Swindon Parks (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  50. Swindon Roughmoor (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  51. Swindon Toothill (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  52. Swindon Walcot (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  53. Swindon Western (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  54. Swindon Whitworth (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  55. Tisbury (1)
  56. Trowbridge East (1)
  57. Trowbridge South (1)
  58. Trowbridge West (1)
  59. Upper Wylye Valley (1)
  60. Wanborough (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]
  61. Warminster East (1)
  62. Warminster West (1)
  63. Westbury (1)
  64. Whorwellsdown (1)
  65. Wilton & Wylye (1)
  66. Wootton Bassett North (1)
  67. Wootton Bassett South (1)
  68. Wroughton (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[7]

Electoral Divisions from 5 May 2005 to 4 June 2009:[8][9]

  1. Aldbourne & Ramsbury (1)
  2. Alderbury (1)
  3. Amesbury (1)
  4. Avon & Pewsey (1)
  5. Bedwyn & Collingbourne (1)
  6. Bourne & Woodford Valley (1)
  7. Box, Colerne & Lacock (1)
  8. Bradford-on-Avon (1)
  9. Bromham & Potterne (1)
  10. Calne & Without (1)
  11. Calne (1)
  12. Central (1)
  13. Chalke & Nadder (1)
  14. Chippenham North (1)
  15. Chippenham Pewsham (1)
  16. Chippenham West (1)
  17. Corsham (1)
  18. Cricklade & Purton (1)
  19. Devizes North (1)
  20. Devizes South (1)
  21. Downton & Ebble Valley (1)
  22. Durrington & Bulford (1)
  23. Holt & Paxcroft (1)
  24. Kington (1)
  25. Lavington & Cannings (1)
  26. Malmesbury (1)
  27. Manor Vale (1)
  28. Marlborough (1)
  29. Melksham & Without (1)
  30. Melksham Central (1)
  31. Mere & Tisbury (1)
  32. Minety (1)
  33. Salisbury East (2)
  34. Salisbury South (2)
  35. Salisbury West (1)
  36. Tidworth & Ludgershall
  37. Trowbridge East (2)
  38. Trowbridge West (1)
  39. Warminster East & Wylye (1)
  40. Warminster West (1)
  41. Westbury Ham & Dilton (1)
  42. Westbury Laverton & Shearwater (1)
  43. Whorwellsdown Hundred (1)
  44. Wilton & Wylye (1)
  45. Wootton Bassett North (1)
  46. Wootton Bassett South (1)

Wiltshire Council[edit]

Electoral Divisions of the new Wiltshire Council unitary authority from 4 June 2009 to present:[10]

Wiltshire Council UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Aldbourne & Ramsbury (1)
  2. Alderbury & Whiteparish (1)
  3. Amesbury East (1)
  4. Amesbury West (1)
  5. Bourne & Woodford Valley (1)
  6. Box & Colerne (1)
  7. Bradford-on-Avon North (1)
  8. Bradford-on-Avon South (1)
  9. Brinkworth (1)
  10. Bromham, Rowde & Potterne (1)
  11. Bulford, Allington & Figheldean (1)
  12. Burbage & the Bedwyns (1)
  13. By Brook (1)
  14. Calne Central (1)
  15. Calne Chilvester & Abberd (1)
  16. Calne North (1)
  17. Calne Rural (1)
  18. Calne South & Cherhill (1)
  19. Chippenham Cepen Park & Derriads (1)
  20. Chippenham Cepen Park & Redlands (1)
  21. Chippenham Hardenhuish (1)
  22. Chippenham Hardens & England (1)
  23. Chippenham Lowden & Rowden (1)
  24. Chippenham Monkton (1)
  25. Chippenham Pewsham (1)
  26. Chippenham Queens & Sheldon (1)
  27. Corsham Pickwick (1)
  28. Corsham Town (1)
  29. Corsham Without & Box Hill (1)
  30. Cricklade & Latton (1)
  31. Devizes & Roundway South (1)
  32. Devizes East (1)
  33. Devizes North (1)
  34. Downton & Ebble Valley (1)
  35. Durrington & Larkhill (1)
  36. Ethandune (1)
  37. Fovant & Chalke Valley (1)
  38. Hilperton (1)
  39. Holt & Staverton (1)
  40. Kington (1)
  41. Laverstock, Ford & Old Sarum (1)
  42. Ludgershall & Perham Down (1)
  43. Lyneham (1)
  44. Malmesbury (1)
  45. Marlborough East (1)
  46. Marlborough West (1)
  47. Melksham Central (1)
  48. Melksham North (1)
  49. Melksham South (1)
  50. Melksham Without North (1)
  51. Melksham Without South (1)
  52. Mere (1)
  53. Minety (1)
  54. Nadder & East Knoyle (1)
  55. Pewsey (1)
  56. Pewsey Vale (1)
  57. Purton (1)
  58. Redlynch & Landford (1)
  59. Roundway (1)
  60. Salisbury Bemerton (1)
  61. Salisbury Fisherton & Bemerton Village (1)
  62. Salisbury Harnham (1)
  63. Salisbury St Edmund & Milford (1)
  64. Salisbury St Francis & Stratford (1)
  65. Salisbury St Mark’s & Bishopdown (1)
  66. Salisbury St Martin’s & Cathedral (1)
  67. Salisbury St Paul’s (1)
  68. Sherston (1)
  69. Southwick (1)
  70. Summerham & Seend (1)
  71. The Collingbournes & Netheravon (1)
  72. The Lavingtons & Erlestoke (1)
  73. Tidworth (1)
  74. Till & Wylye Valley (1)
  75. Tisbury (1)
  76. Trowbridge Adcroft (1)
  77. Trowbridge Central (1)
  78. Trowbridge Drynham (1)
  79. Trowbridge Grove (1)
  80. Trowbridge Lambrok (1)
  81. Trowbridge Park (1)
  82. Trowbridge Paxcroft (1)
  83. Urchfont & The Cannings (1)
  84. Warminster Broadway (1)
  85. Warminster Copheap & Wylye (1)
  86. Warminster East (1)
  87. Warminster West (1)
  88. Warminster Without (1)
  89. West Selkley (1)
  90. Westbury East (1)
  91. Westbury North (1)
  92. Westbury West (1)
  93. Wilton & Lower Wylye Valley (1)
  94. Winsley & Westwood (1)
  95. Winterslow (1)
  96. Wootton Bassett East (1); renamed Royal Wootton Bassett East in 2013[11]
  97. Wootton Bassett North (1); renamed Royal Wootton Bassett North in 2013[11]
  98. Wootton Bassett South (1); renamed Royal Wootton Bassett South in 2013[11]

Borough of Swindon[edit]

Wards of the new Borough of Swindon unitary authority, created in 1997, from 4 May 2000 to 3 May 2012:[12]

Swindon UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg
  1. Abbey Meads (3)
  2. Blunsdon (1)
  3. Central (3)
  4. Covingham & Nythe (3)
  5. Dorcan (3)
  6. Eastcott (3)
  7. Freshbrook & Grange Park (3)
  8. Gorse Hill & Pinehurst (3)
  9. Haydon Wick (3)
  10. Highworth (3)
  11. Moredon (3)
  12. Old Town & Lawn (3)
  13. Parks (3)
  14. Penhill (2)
  15. Ridgeway (1)
  16. St Philip (3)
  17. St Margaret (3)
  18. Shaw & Nine Elms (3)
  19. Toothill & Westlea (2)
  20. Walcot (2)
  21. Western (3)
  22. Wroughton & Chiseldon (3)

Wards from 3 May 2012 to present:[13]

Swindon UK ward map 2012 (blank).svg
  1. Blunsdon & Highworth (3) †
  2. Central (3)
  3. Chiseldon & Lawn (2)
  4. Covingham & Dorcan (3)
  5. Eastcott (3)
  6. Gorse Hill & Pinehurst (3)
  7. Haydon Wick (3) †
  8. Liden, Eldene & Park South (3)
  9. Lydiard & Freshbrook (3)
  10. Mannington & Western (3)
  11. Old Town (3)
  12. Penhill & Upper Stratton (3) †
  13. Priory Vale (3)
  14. Ridgeway (1)
  15. Rodbourne Cheney (3)
  16. Shaw (3)
  17. St Andrews (3)
  18. St Margaret & South Marston (3)
  19. Walcot & Park North (3)
  20. Wroughton & Wichelstowe (3)

† minor boundary changes in 2015[14]

Former district councils[edit]

Kennet[edit]

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[15]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[16]

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

  1. Aldbourne (1)
  2. All Cannings (1)
  3. Bedwyn (1)
  4. Bishops Cannings (1)
  5. Bromham & Rowde (2)
  6. Burbage (1)
  7. Cheverell (1)
  8. Collingbourne (1)
  9. Devizes East (3)
  10. Devizes North (2)
  11. Devizes South (2)
  12. Lavingtons (2)
  13. Ludgershall (2)
  14. Marlborough East (2)
  15. Marlborough West (2)
  16. Milton Lilbourne (1)
  17. Netheravon (1)
  18. Ogbourne (1)
  19. Pewsey (2)
  20. Pewsey Vale (1)
  21. Potterne (1)
  22. Ramsbury (2)
  23. Roundway (2)
  24. Seend (1)
  25. Shalbourne (1)
  26. Tidworth, Perham Down & Ludgershall South (3)
  27. Upavon (1)
  28. Urchfont (1)
  29. West Selkley (1)

North Wiltshire[edit]

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[15]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[18]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 3 May 2007:[19]

  1. Ashton Keynes & Minety (2)
  2. Box (2)
  3. Bremhill (1)
  4. Brinkworth & The Somerfords (2)
  5. Calne Abberd (1)
  6. Calne Chilvester (1)
  7. Calne Lickhill (1)
  8. Calne Marden (1)
  9. Calne Priestley (1)
  10. Calne Quemerford (1)
  11. Calne Without (1)
  12. Cepen Park (2)
  13. Chippenham Allington (1)
  14. Chippenham Audley (1)
  15. Chippenham Avon (1)
  16. Chippenham Hill Rise (1)
  17. Chippenham London Road (1)
  18. Chippenham Monkton Park (1)
  19. Chippenham Park (1)
  20. Chippenham Pewsham (2)
  21. Chippenham Redland (1)
  22. Chippenham Westcroft/Queens (1)
  23. Colerne (1)
  24. Corsham (2)
  25. Cricklade (2)
  26. Hilmarton (1)
  27. Kington Langley (1)
  28. Kingston St Michael (1)
  29. Lacock with Neston & Gastard (1)
  30. Lyneham (2)
  31. Malmesbury (2)
  32. Nettleton (1)
  33. Pickwick (2)
  34. Purton (2)
  35. St Paul Malmesbury Without & Sherston (2)
  36. The Lydiards & Broad Town (1)
  37. Wootton Bassett North (2)
  38. Wootton Bassett South (3)

Wards from 3 May 2007 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[20]

  1. Box & Rudloe (2)
  2. Bremhill (1)
  3. Brinkworth (2)
  4. Calne Abberd (1)
  5. Calne Chilvester (1)
  6. Calne Lickhill (2)
  7. Calne Marden (1)
  8. Calne Priestley (1)
  9. Calne Quemerford (1)
  10. Calne Without (1)
  11. Chippenham Allington (2)
  12. Chippenham Avon (2)
  13. Chippenham Hill Rise (1)
  14. Chippenham London Road (1)
  15. Chippenham Monkton Park (1)
  16. Chippenham Park (2)
  17. Chippenham Pewsham (2)
  18. Chippenham Redland (2)
  19. Chippenham Westcroft/Queens (1)
  20. Colerne (1)
  21. Corsham & Lacock (3)
  22. Cricklade (2)
  23. Hullavington & Crudwell (1)
  24. Kington Langley (1)
  25. Lyneham (2)
  26. Malmesbury (2)
  27. Minety & Purton (3)
  28. Pickwick (2)
  29. Sherston (1)
  30. St Paul Malmesbury Without (1)
  31. Sutton Benger (1)
  32. The Lydiards & Broad Town (1)
  33. Wootton Bassett North (2)
  34. Wootton Bassett South (3)
  35. Yatton Keynell (1)

Salisbury[edit]

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[15]

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

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

  1. Alderbury & Whiteparish (3)
  2. Amesbury East (3)
  3. Amesbury West (1)
  4. Bemerton (3)
  5. Bishopdown (2)
  6. Bulford (2)
  7. Chalke Valley (1)
  8. Donhead (1)
  9. Downton & Redlynch (3)
  10. Durrington (3)
  11. Ebble (1)
  12. Fisherton & Bemerton Village (2)
  13. Fonthill & Nadder (1)
  14. Harnham East (2)
  15. Harnham West (2)
  16. Knoyle (1)
  17. Laverstock (2)
  18. Lower Wylye & Woodford Valley (1)
  19. St Edmund & Milford (2)
  20. St Mark & Stratford (3)
  21. St Martin & Milford (2)
  22. St Paul (2)
  23. Till Valley & Wylye (2)
  24. Tisbury & Fovant (2)
  25. Upper Bourne, Idmiston & Winterbourne (2)
  26. Western & Mere (2)
  27. Wilton (2)
  28. Winterslow (2)

Thamesdown[edit]

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[15]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 4 May 2000:[23][24][7]

  1. Toothill (3); new ward added in 1980[3]

In 1997 the district was converted into the unitary authority of Swindon.

West Wiltshire[edit]

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[15]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[25]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 3 May 2007:[26]

  1. Atworth & Whitley (1)
  2. Bradford-on-Avon North (2)
  3. Bradford-on-Avon South (2)
  4. Dilton Marsh (2)
  5. Ethandune (1)
  6. Holt (1)
  7. Manor Vale (2)
  8. Melksham North (2)
  9. Melksham Spa (2)
  10. Melksham Without (2)
  11. Melksham Woodrow (1)
  12. Mid Wylye Valley (1)
  13. Paxcroft (2)
  14. Shearwater (1)
  15. Southwick & Wingfield (1)
  16. Summerham (1)
  17. Trowbridge Adcroft (2)
  18. Trowbridge College (2)
  19. Trowbridge Drynham (2)
  20. Trowbridge John of Gaunt (2)
  21. Trowbridge Park (2)
  22. Warminster East (3)
  23. Warminster West (3)
  24. Westbury Ham (2)
  25. Westbury Laverton (2)

Wards from 3 May 2007 to 1 April 2009 (district abolished):[27]

  1. Atworth, Whitley & South Wraxall (1)
  2. Avonside (3)
  3. Bradford-on-Avon North (2)
  4. Bradford-on-Avon South (2)
  5. Dilton (1)
  6. Ethandune (1)
  7. Manor Vale (1)
  8. Melksham East (2)
  9. Melksham Spa (2)
  10. Melksham Without (3)
  11. Mid Wylye Valley (1)
  12. Shearwater (1)
  13. Summerham (1)
  14. Trowbridge & North Bradley (1)
  15. Trowbridge & Southwick (1)
  16. Trowbridge Central (2)
  17. Trowbridge East (3)
  18. Trowbridge North East (2)
  19. Trowbridge North West (1)
  20. Trowbridge South West (2)
  21. Warminster East (3)
  22. Warminster West (3)
  23. Westbury Ham (3)
  24. Westbury Laverton (2)

Electoral divisions of Wiltshire Council by parliamentary constituency[edit]

Chippenham[edit]

Atworth and Whitley, Bradford-on-Avon North, Bradford-on-Avon South, Cepen Park, Chippenham Allington, Chippenham Audley, Chippenham Avon, Chippenham Hill Rise, Chippenham London Road, Chippenham Monkton Park, Chippenham Park, Chippenham Pewsham, Chippenham Redland, Chippenham Westcroft/Queens, Corsham, Holt, Lacock with Neston and Gastard, Manor Vale, Melksham North, Melksham Spa, Melkshan Without, Melksham Woodrow, Paxcroft, Pickwick.

Devizes[edit]

Aldbourne, All Cannings, Bedwyn, Bishops Cannings, Bromham and Rowde, Bulford, Burbage, Cheverell, Collingbourne, Devizes East, Devizes North, Devizes South, Durrington, Lavingtons, Ludgershall, Marlborough East, Marlborough West, Milton Lilbourne, Netheravon, Ogbourne, Pewsey, Pewsey Vale, Potterne, Ramsbury, Roundway, Seend, Shalbourne, Tidworth, Perham Down and Ludgershall South, Upavon, Urchfont, West Selkley.

North Wiltshire[edit]

Ashton Keynes and Minety, Box, Bremhill, Brinkworth and The Somerfords, Calne Abberd, Calne Chilvester, Calne Lickhill, Calne Marden, Calne Priestley, Calne Quemerford, Calne Without, Colerne, Cricklade, Hilmarton, Kington Langley, Kington St. Michael, Lyneham, Malmesbury, Nettleton, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett East, Royal Wootton Bassett North, Royal Wootton Bassett South, St. Paul Malmesbury Without and Sherston, The Lydiards and Broad Town.

Salisbury[edit]

Alderbury and Whiteparish, Amesbury East, Amesbury West, Bemerton, Bishopdown, Chalke Valley, Downton and Redlynch, Ebble, Fisherton and Bemerton Village, Harnham East, Harnham West, Laverstock, Lower Wylye and Woodford Valley, St Edmund and Milford, St Mark and Stratford, St Martin and Milford, St Paul, Till Valley and Wylye, Upper Bourne, Idmiston and Winterbourne, Wilton, Winterslow.

South West Wiltshire[edit]

Dilton Marsh, Donhead, Ethandune, Fonthill and Nadder, Knoyle, Mid Wylye Valley, Shearwater, Southwick and Wingfield, Summerham, Tisbury and Fovant, Trowbridge Adcroft, Trowbridge College, Trowbridge Drynham, Trowbridge John of Gaunt, Trowbridge Park, Warminster East, Warminster West, Westbury Ham, Westbury Laverton, Western and Mere.

Electoral wards of Swindon Borough Council by parliamentary constituency[edit]

North Swindon[edit]

Abbey Meads, Blunsdon, Covingham and Nythe, Gorse Hill and Pinehurst, Haydon Wick, Highworth, Moredon, Penhill, St Margaret, St Philip, Western.

South Swindon[edit]

Central, Dorcan, Eastcott, Freshbrook and Grange Park, Old Town and Lawn, Parks, Ridgeway, Shaw and Nine Elms, Toothill and Westlea, Walcot, Wroughton and Chiseldon.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. Wiltshire County Council Election Results 1973-2005 (PDF). The Elections Centre. Retrieved 12 May 2016. 
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  4. ^ The County of Wiltshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1981
  5. ^ The County of Wiltshire (Miscellaneous Electoral Divisions) (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1985
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