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List of Parliamentary constituencies in South Yorkshire

The ceremonial county of South Yorkshire is divided into 14 Parliamentary constituencies - 7 Borough constituencies and 7 County constituencies.ty

Contents

  • Constituencies 1
  • Results 2
  • Constituencies 1997-2010 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5

Constituencies

      † Conservative       ‡ Labour       ¤ Liberal Democrat       ə UKIP

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest Opposition Electoral wards[1][2] Map
Barnsley Central 64,534 12,435   Dan Jarvis Lee Hunterə Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council: Central, Darton East, Darton West, Kingstone, Monk Bretton, Old Town, Royston, St Helens.
Barnsley East 69,135 12,034   Michael Dugher Robert Swiffenə Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council: Cudworth, Darfield, Hoyland Milton, North East, Rockingham, Stairfoot, Wombwell, Worsbrough.
Don Valley 71,299 8,885   Caroline Flint   Carl Jackson† Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council: Conisbrough and Denaby, Edlington and Warmsworth, Finningley, Hatfield, Rossington, Thorne, Torne Valley.
Doncaster Central 71,136 10,093   Rosie Winterton Chris Hodgsonə Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council: Armthorpe, Balby, Bessacarr and Cantley, Central, Edenthorpe, Kirk Sandall and Barnby Dun, Town Moor, Wheatley.
Doncaster North 70,989 11,780   Ed Miliband Kim Parkinsonə Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council: Adwick, Askern Spa, Bentley, Great North Road, Mexborough, Sprotbrough, Stainforth and Moorends.
Penistone and Stocksbridge 71,048 6,723   Angela Smith   Steven Jackson† Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council: Dodworth, Penistone East, Penistone West. Sheffield City Council: East Ecclesfield, Stocksbridge and Upper Don, West Ecclesfield.
Rother Valley 74,275 7,297   Kevin Barron Allen Cowlesə Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council: Anston and Woodsetts, Dinnington, Hellaby, Holderness, Maltby, Rother Vale, Sitwell, Wales.
Rotherham 63,698 8,446   Sarah Champion Jane Collinsə Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council: Boston Castle, Brinsworth and Catcliffe, Keppel, Rotherham East, Rotherham West, Valley, Wingfield.
Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough 73,090 13,807   Harry Harpham John Bookerə Sheffield City Council: Burngreave, Firth Park, Hillsborough, Shiregreen and Brightside, Southey.
Sheffield Central 77,014 17,309   Paul Blomfield Jillian Creasy Sheffield City Council: Broomhill, Central, Manor Castle, Nether Edge. Walkley.
Sheffield Hallam 73,658 2,353 Nick Clegg¤   Oliver Coppard‡ Sheffield City Council: Crookes, Dore and Totley, Ecclesall, Fulwood, Stannington.
Sheffield Heeley 69,265 12,594   Louise Haigh Howard Denbyə Sheffield City Council: Arbourthorne, Beauchief and Greenhill, Gleadless Valley, Graves Park, Richmond.
Sheffield South East 70,422 12,311   Clive Betts Steven Winstoneə Sheffield City Council: Beighton, Birley, Darnall, Mosborough, Woodhouse.
Wentworth and Dearne 74,283 13,838   John Healey Mike Hookemə Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council: Dearne North, Dearne South. Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council: Hoober, Rawmarsh, Silverwood, Swinton, Wath, Wickersley.

Results

2005 2010 2015

Constituencies 1997-2010

  1. Barnsley Central BC
  2. Barnsley East and Mexborough CC
  3. Barnsley West and Penistone CC
  4. Doncaster Central BC
  5. Doncaster North CC
  6. Don Valley CC
  7. Rother Valley CC
  8. Rotherham BC
  9. Sheffield, Attercliffe BC
  10. Sheffield, Brightside BC
  11. Sheffield Central BC
  12. Sheffield, Hallam CC
  13. Sheffield, Heeley BC
  14. Sheffield, Hillsborough CC
  15. Wentworth CC

Notes

  1. ^ BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
  2. ^ The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.

References

  1. ^ "The Parliamentary Constituencies (England) Order 2007, page 4".  
  2. ^ Boundary Commission for England pp. 1004–1007
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