Our constituency of South West Hertfordshire is a thin boot-shaped strip along the South-West border of Hertfordshire – from Tring in the North through to South Oxhey and Maple Cross & West Hyde in the South. It is split into nineteen wards. Settlements in the constituency also include Berkhamsted, Chipperfield, Chorleywood, Croxley Green, Moor Park, Sarratt and Rickmansworth with Bovingdon right in the middle.
Where do you fit in?
The Labour Party divides the constituency into three branches:
- The wards from Tring West down to Bovingdon fall within the Berkhamstead Tring and District branch.
- South Oxhey and the parts of Oxhey Hall and Carpenders park that are within our constituency (these wards are split across two constituencies) form the South Oxhey branch.
- All the wards in between fall within the Chess Valley branch.
If you are not sure whether you live within South West Herts constituency, or you want to know which ward you live in, the Electoral Calculus website can tell you if you enter your postcode.
If you discover you are close but not within the boundaries of South West Herts the map at the bottom shows the other constituencies that border South West Hertfordshire, and gives a link to their website if they have one.
If you want to read more about how wards and constituencies and councils fit together we have an explanation written by a new member in 2016.