This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire in the East of 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

Cambridgeshire

Electoral Divisions from 1 April 1974 (first election 12 April 1973) to 2 May 1985:[1][2]

  1. Abbey (1)
  2. Arbury (1)
  3. Barnack (1)
  4. Castle (1)
  5. Chatteris (1)
  6. Cherry Hinton No. 1 (1)
  7. Cherry Hinton No. 2 (1)
  8. Chesterton No. 1 (1)
  9. Chesterton No. 2 (1)
  10. Chesterton No. 3 (1)
  11. Chesterton No. 4 (1)
  12. Chesterton No. 5 (1)
  13. Chesterton No. 6 (1)
  14. Chesterton No. 7 (1)
  15. Coleridge (1)
  16. East Chesterton (1)
  17. Ely (1)
  18. Ely Rural No. 1 (1)
  19. Ely Rural No. 2 (1)
  20. Huntingdon & Godmanchester No. 1 (1)
  21. Huntingdon & Godmanchester No. 2 (1)
  22. Huntingdon Rural No. 1 (1)
  23. Huntingdon Rural No. 2 (1)
  24. March No. 1 (1)
  25. March No. 2 (1)
  26. Market (1)
  27. Newmarket Rural No. 1 (1)
  28. Newmarket Rural No. 2 (1)
  29. Newmarket Rural No. 3 (1)
  30. Newnham No. 1 (1)
  31. Newnham No. 2 (1)
  32. Norman Cross (1)
  33. North Witchford (1)
  34. Old Fletton No. 1 (1)
  35. Old Fletton No. 2 (1)
  36. Peterborough No. 1 (Central) (1)
  37. Peterborough No. 2 (Dogsthorpe) (1)
  38. Peterborough No. 3 (East) (1)
  39. Peterborough No. 4 (Minster) (1)
  40. Peterborough No. 5 (North) (1)
  41. Peterborough No. 6 (Park) (1)
  42. Peterborough No. 7 (Paston & Werr (1)
  43. Peterborough No. 8 (South) (1)
  44. Peterborough No. 9 (Westwood) (2)
  45. Peterborough Rural (1)
  46. Petersfield (1)
  47. Ramsey (1)
  48. Romsey (1)
  49. South Cambridgeshire No. 1 (1)
  50. South Cambridgeshire No. 2 (1)
  51. South Cambridgeshire No. 3 (1)
  52. South Cambridgeshire No. 4 (1)
  53. South Cambridgeshire No. 5 (1)
  54. St Ives (1)
  55. St Ives Rural No. 1 (1)
  56. St Ives Rural No. 2 (1)
  57. St Neots No. 1 (1)
  58. St Neots No. 2 (1)
  59. St Neots Rural (1)
  60. Thorney Rural (1)
  61. Trumpington (1)
  62. West Chesterton (1)
  63. Whittlesey (1)
  64. Wisbech No. 1 (1)
  65. Wisbech No. 2 (1)
  66. Wisbech Rural No. 1 (1)
  67. Wisbech Rural No. 2 (1)

Electoral Divisions from 2 May 1985 to 5 May 2005:[2][3]

  1. Abbey (1)
  2. Arbury (1)
  3. Bassingbourn (1)
  4. Benwick & Doddington (1)
  5. Brampton (1)
  6. Bretton (1)
  7. Buckden (1)
  8. Burwell (1)
  9. Castle (1)
  10. Chatteris (1)
  11. Cherry Hinton (1)
  12. Coleridge (1)
  13. Comberton (1)
  14. Cottenham (1)
  15. Dogsthorpe (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  16. East Chesterton (1)
  17. Eaton (1)
  18. Elm (1)
  19. Ely North & South (1)
  20. Ely West (1)
  21. Eynesbury (1)
  22. Fletton (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  23. Fulbourn (1)
  24. Gamlingay (1)
  25. Girton (1)
  26. Harston (1)
  27. Histon (1)
  28. Houghton & Wyton (1)
  29. Huntingdon & Godmanchester (1)
  30. Huntingdon North (1)
  31. Kings Hedges (1)
  32. Leverington (1)
  33. Linton (1)
  34. Littleport (1)
  35. March East (1)
  36. March West (1)
  37. Market (1)
  38. Melbourn (1)
  39. Newnham (1)
  40. Norman Cross (1)
  41. Orton Longueville (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  42. Orton Waterville (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  43. Park (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  44. Paston (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  45. Peterborough Central (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  46. Peterborough East (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  47. Peterborough North (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  48. Peterborough Rural West (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  49. Peterborough West (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  50. Petersfield (1)
  51. Priory Park (1)
  52. Queen Ediths (1)
  53. Ramsey (1)
  54. Ravensthorpe (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  55. Romsey (1)
  56. Sawston (1)
  57. Sawtry (1)
  58. Shelford (1)
  59. Soham (1)
  60. Somersham (1)
  61. South Bretton (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  62. St Ives North & Warboys (1)
  63. St Ives South (1)
  64. Stanground (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  65. Sutton (1)
  66. Thorney (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  67. Trumpington (1)
  68. Walton (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  69. Waterbeach (1)
  70. Werrington (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  71. West Chesterton (1)
  72. West Hunts (1)
  73. Whittlesey (1)
  74. Willingham (1)
  75. Wisbech North (1)
  76. Wisbech South (1)
  77. Woodditton (1)

Electoral Divisions from 5 May 2005 to 4 May 2017:[5]

Cambridgeshire UK electoral division map (blank).svg
Cambridgeshire UK electoral division map 2013 (blank).svg

  1. Abbey (1)
  2. Arbury (1)
  3. Bar Hill (1)
  4. Bassingbourn (1)
  5. Bourn (1) †
  6. Brampton & Kimbolton (1) ‡
  7. Buckden, Gransden & The Offords (1) ‡
  8. Burwell (1)
  9. Castle (1)
  10. Chatteris (1)
  11. Cherry Hinton (1)
  12. Coleridge (1)
  13. Cottenham, Histon & Impington (2)
  14. Duxford (1)
  15. East Chesterton (1)
  16. Ely North & East (1)
  17. Ely South & West (1)
  18. Forty Foot (1)
  19. Fulbourn (1)
  20. Gamlingay (1)
  21. Godmanchester (2); renamed Godmanchester & Huntingdon East in 2009[6]
  22. Haddenham (1)
  23. Hardwick (1)
  24. Huntingdon (2) ‡
  25. King’s Hedges (1)
  26. Linton (1)
  27. Little Paxton & St Neots North (2) ‡
  28. Littleport (1)
  29. March East (1)
  30. March North (1)
  31. March West (1)
  32. Market (1)
  33. Melbourn (1)
  34. Newnham (1)
  35. Norman Cross (2)
  36. Papworth & Swavesey (1) †
  37. Petersfield (1)
  38. Queen Edith's (1)
  39. Ramsey (1) ‡
  40. Roman Bank & Peckover (1)
  41. Romsey (1)
  42. Sawston (2)
  43. Sawtry & Ellington (1) ‡
  44. Soham & Fordham Villages (2)
  45. Somersham & Earith (1) ‡
  46. St Ives (2) ‡
  47. St Neots Eaton Socon (2); renamed St Neots Eaton Socon & Eynesbury in 2009[6]
  48. Sutton (1)
  49. The Hemingfords & Fenstanton (1) ‡
  50. Trumpington (1)
  51. Waldersey (1)
  52. Warboys & Upwood (1) ‡
  53. Waterbeach (1)
  54. West Chesterton (1)
  55. Whittlesey North (1)
  56. Whittlesey South (1)
  57. Willingham (1)
  58. Wisbech North (1)
  59. Wisbech South (1)
  60. Woodditton (1)

† minor boundary changes in 2009[7] ‡ minor boundary changes in 2013[8]

Electoral Divisions from 4 May 2017 to present:[9]

Cambridgeshire UK electoral division map 2017 (blank).svg

City of Cambridge
  1. Abbey (1)
  2. Arbury (1)
  3. Castle (1)
  4. Cherry Hinton (1)
  5. Chesterton (1)
  6. King’s Hedges (1)
  7. Market (1)
  8. Newnham (1)
  9. Petersfield (1)
  10. Queen Edith’s (1)
  11. Romsey (1)
  12. Trumpington

East Cambridgeshire District

  1. Burwell (1)
  2. Ely North (1)
  3. Ely South (1)
  4. Littleport (1)
  5. Soham North & Isleham (1)
  6. Soham South & Haddenham (1)
  7. Sutton (1)
  8. Woodditton

Fenland District

  1. Chatteris (1)
  2. March North & Waldersey (2)
  3. March South & Rural (1)
  4. Roman Bank & Peckover (1)
  5. Whittlesey North (1)
  6. Whittlesey South (1)
  7. Wisbech East (1)
  8. Wisbech West (1)

Huntingdonshire District

  1. Alconbury & Kimbolton (1)
  2. Brampton & Buckden (1)
  3. Godmanchester & Huntingdon South (1)
  4. Huntingdon North & Hartford (1)
  5. Huntingdon West (1)
  6. Ramsey & Bury (1)
  7. St Ives North & Wyton (1)
  8. St Ives South & Needingworth (1)
  9. St Neots East & Gransden (1)
  10. St Neots Eynesbury (1)
  11. St Neots Priory Park & Little Paxton (1)
  12. St Neots The Eatons (1)
  13. Sawtry & Stilton (1)
  14. Somersham & Earith (1)
  15. The Hemingfords & Fenstanton (1)
  16. Warboys & The Stukeleys (1)
  17. Yaxley & Farcet (1)

South Cambridgeshire District

  1. Bar Hill (1)
  2. Cambourne (1)
  3. Cottenham & Willingham (1)
  4. Duxford (1)
  5. Fulbourn (1)
  6. Gamlingay (1)
  7. Hardwick (1)
  8. Histon & Impington (1)
  9. Linton (1)
  10. Longstanton, Northstowe & Over (1)
  11. Melbourn & Bassingbourn (1)
  12. Papworth & Swavesey (1)
  13. Sawston & Shelford (2)
  14. Waterbeach (1)

Unitary authority council

Peterborough

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[10]

  1. No. 1 (Peterborough: Paston & Werrington) (6)
  2. No. 2 (Peterborough: West) (5)
  3. No. 3 (Peterborough: Dogsthorpe) (5)
  4. No. 4 (Peterborough: North) (3)
  5. No. 5 (Peterborough: Park) (3)
  6. No. 6 (Peterborough: East) (3)
  7. No. 7 (Peterborough: Central) (2)
  8. No. 8 (Peterborough: Minster) (2)
  9. No. 9 (Peterborough: South) (2)
  10. No. 10 (Fletton) (1)
  11. No. 11 (New Stanground) (2)
  12. No. 12 (Old Stanground) (2)
  13. No. 13 (Woodston) (1)
  14. No. 14 (Barnack) (1)
  15. No. 15 (Wittering) (1)
  16. No. 16 (Sutton) (1)
  17. No. 18 (Glinton) (1)
  18. No. 20 (Newborough) (1)
  19. No. 21 (Thorney) (2)
  20. No. 22 (Orton Longueville & Orton Waterville) (2)
  21. Eye (1)
  22. Northborough (1)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 1997:[11]

Wards due from 1 May 1997 (order revoked shortly before election):[4]

  1. Bretton (3)
  2. Dogsthorpe (3)
  3. Fletton (3)
  4. Orton Longueville (3)
  5. Orton Waterville (3)
  6. Park (3)
  7. Paston (3)
  8. Peterborough Central (3)
  9. Peterborough East (3)
  10. Peterborough North (3)
  11. Peterborough Rural West (3)
  12. Peterborough West (3)
  13. Ravensthorpe (3)
  14. South Bretton (3)
  15. Stanground (3)
  16. Thorney (3)
  17. Walton (3)
  18. Werrington (3)

Wards from 1 May 1997 to 10 June 2004:[12]

  1. Barnack (1)
  2. Central (3)
  3. Dogsthorpe (3)
  4. East (3)
  5. Eye & Thorney (2)
  6. Fletton (3)
  7. Glinton (1)
  8. Newborough (1)
  9. North (2)
  10. Northborough (1)
  11. North Bretton (3)
  12. Orton Longueville (3)
  13. Orton Waterville (3)
  14. Park (3)
  15. Paston (3)
  16. Ravensthorpe (3)
  17. South Bretton (2)
  18. South (2)
  19. Stanground (3)
  20. Walton (2)
  21. Werrington North (3)
  22. Werrington South (3)
  23. West (3)
  24. Wittering (1)

Wards from 10 June 2004 to 5 May 2016:[13][14]

Peterborough UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Barnack (1)
  2. Bretton North (3)
  3. Bretton South (1)
  4. Central (3)
  5. Dogsthorpe (3) †
  6. East (3) †
  7. Eye & Thorney (2) †
  8. Fletton (3) †; renamed Fletton & Woodston in 2011[15]
  9. Glinton & Wittering (2)
  10. Newborough (1) †
  11. North (2)
  12. Northborough (1)
  13. Orton Longueville (3) †
  14. Orton Waterville (3) †
  15. Orton with Hampton (3) †
  16. Park (3)
  17. Paston (3) †
  18. Ravensthorpe (2)
  19. Stanground Central (3) †
  20. Stanground East (1)
  21. Walton (2)
  22. Werrington North (3) †
  23. Werrington South (3) †
  24. West (3)

† minor boundary changes in 2007[16]

Wards from 5 May 2016 to present:[17]

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  1. Barnack (1)
  2. Bretton (3)
  3. Central (3)
  4. Dogsthorpe (3)
  5. East (3)
  6. Eye, Thorney & Newborough (3)
  7. Fletton & Stanground (3)
  8. Fletton & Woodston (3)
  9. Glinton & Castor (2)
  10. Gunthorpe (3)
  11. Hampton Vale (3)
  12. Hargate & Hempsted (3)
  13. North (3)
  14. Orton Longueville (3)
  15. Orton Waterville (3)
  16. Park (3)
  17. Paston & Walton (3)
  18. Ravensthorpe (3)
  19. Stanground South (3)
  20. Werrington (3)
  21. West (2)
  22. Wittering (1)

District councils

Cambridge

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[10]

  1. Abbey (4)
  2. Arbury (4)
  3. Castle (3)
  4. Cherry Hinton (5)
  5. Coleridge (4)
  6. East Chesterton (3)
  7. Market (4)
  8. Newnham (4)
  9. Petersfield (2)
  10. Romsey (3)
  11. Trumpington (3)
  12. West Chesterton (3)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 10 June 2004:[18]

Wards from 10 June 2004 to present (boundary changes in 2021):[19][20]

Cambridge UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Abbey (3)
  2. Arbury (3)
  3. Castle (3)
  4. Cherry Hinton (3)
  5. Coleridge (3)
  6. East Chesterton (3)
  7. King’s Hedges (3)
  8. Market (3)
  9. Newnham (3)
  10. Petersfield (3)
  11. Queen Edith's (3)
  12. Romsey (3)
  13. Trumpington (3)
  14. West Chesterton (3)

East Cambridgeshire

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[10]

  1. No. 1 (Ely Urban) (7)
  2. No. 4 (Sutton) (1)
  3. No. 5 (Downham) (1)
  4. No. 7 (Mepal) (1)
  5. No. 15 (Fordham) (1)
  6. No. 18 (Chippenham) (1)
  7. Bottisham (2)
  8. Burwell (3)
  9. Cheveley (2)
  10. Dullingham Villages (1)
  11. Haddenham (2)
  12. Isleham (1)
  13. Littleport (4)
  14. Soham (4)
  15. Stretham (1)
  16. The Swaffhams (1)
  17. Witchford (1)
  18. Woodditton (1)

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[21]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 2 May 2019:[22]

East Cambridgeshire UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Bottisham (2)
  2. Burwell (3)
  3. Cheveley (2)
  4. Downham Villages (2)
  5. Dullingham Villages (1)
  6. Ely East (2)
  7. Ely North (3)
  8. Ely South (2)
  9. Ely West (2)
  10. Fordham Villages (2)
  11. Haddenham (3)
  12. Isleham (1)
  13. Littleport East (2)
  14. Littleport West (2)
  15. Soham North (2)
  16. Soham South (3)
  17. Stretham (2)
  18. Sutton (2)
  19. The Swaffhams (1)

Wards from 2 May 2019 to present:[23]

  1. Bottisham (2)
  2. Burwell (2)
  3. Downham Villages (1)
  4. Ely East (2)
  5. Ely North (2)
  6. Ely West (3)
  7. Fordham & Isleham (2)
  8. Haddenham (1)
  9. Littleport (3)
  10. Soham North (2)
  11. Soham South (2)
  12. Stretham (2)
  13. Sutton (2)
  14. Woodditton (2)

Fenland

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[10]

  1. No. 1 (Wisbech East) (4)
  2. No. 2 (Wisbech North) (3)
  3. No. 3 (Wisbech South & West) (3)
  4. No. 4 (Chatteris) (4)
  5. No. 5 (March Western) (4)
  6. No. 6 (March Eastern) (5)
  7. No. 7 (Whittlesey - East Central) (1)
  8. No. 8 (Whittlesey - West Central) (1)
  9. No. 9 (Whittlesey - Coates) (1)
  10. No. 10 (Whittlesey - Ponders Bridge & Kingsmoor) (3)
  11. Benwick & Doddington (1)
  12. Elm (2)
  13. Leverington (2)
  14. Manea (1)
  15. Newton & Tydd St Giles (1)
  16. Outwell & Upwell (1)
  17. Parson Drove & Wisbech St Mary (2)
  18. Wimblington (1)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[24]

  1. Benwick and Doddington (1)
  2. Chatteris East (1)
  3. Chatteris North (1)
  4. Chatteris South (1)
  5. Chatteris West (1)
  6. Elm (2)
  7. Leverington (2)
  8. Manea (1)
  9. March East (3)
  10. March North (3)
  11. March West (3)
  12. Newton and Tydd St. Giles (1)
  13. Outwell and Upwell (1)
  14. Parson Drove and Wisbech St. Mary (2)
  15. Whittlesey Bassenhally (1)
  16. Whittlesey Central (1)
  17. Whittlesey East (1)
  18. Whittlesey Kingsmoor (1)
  19. Whittlesey South (1)
  20. Whitlesey West (1)
  21. Wimblington (1)
  22. Wisbech East (2)
  23. Wisbech North (3)
  24. Wisbech North-East (2)
  25. Wisbech South-West (3)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[25]

Fenland UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Bassenhally (1)
  2. Benwick, Coates & Eastrea (2)
  3. Birch (1)
  4. Clarkson (1)
  5. Delph (1)
  6. Doddington (1)
  7. Elm & Christchurch (2)
  8. Hill (2)
  9. Kingsmoor (1)
  10. Kirkgate (1)
  11. Lattersey (1)
  12. Manea (1)
  13. March East (3)
  14. March North (3)
  15. March West (3)
  16. Medworth (1)
  17. Parson Drove & Wisbech St Mary (2)
  18. Peckover (1)
  19. Roman Bank (3)
  20. Slade Lode (1)
  21. Staithe (1)
  22. St Andrews (1)
  23. St Marys (1)
  24. The Mills (1)
  25. Waterlees (2)
  26. Wenneye (1)
  27. Wimblington (1)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[26]

Fenland UK ward map 2015 (blank).svg

  1. Bassenhally (2)
  2. Benwick, Coates & Eastrea (2)
  3. Birch (1)
  4. Clarkson (1)
  5. Doddington & Wimblington (2)
  6. Elm & Christchurch (2)
  7. Kirkgate (1)
  8. Lattersey (1)
  9. Manea (1)
  10. March East (3)
  11. March North (3)
  12. March West (3)
  13. Medworth (1)
  14. Octavia Hill (2)
  15. Parson Drove & Wisbech St Mary (2)
  16. Peckover (1)
  17. Roman Bank (3)
  18. Slade Lode (1)
  19. St Andrews (1)
  20. Staithe (1)
  21. Stonald (1)
  22. The Mills (1)
  23. Waterlees Village (2)
  24. Wenneye (1)

Huntingdonshire

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[10]

  1. No. 1 (Huntingdon North) (4)
  2. No. 2 (Huntingdon South) (2)
  3. No. 3 (Huntingdon West) (2)
  4. No. 4 (St Ives) (4)
  5. No. 6 (St Neots No. 1) (3)
  6. No. 7 (St Neots No. 2) (3)
  7. No. 8 (St Neots No. 3) (2)
  8. No. 9 (Brampton & Ellington) (2)
  9. No. 10 (Sawtry) (1)
  10. No. 13 (Barham) (1)
  11. No. 20 (Broughton) (1)
  12. No. 27 (Warboys) (1)
  13. No. 29 (Little Paxton) (1)
  14. No. 32 (Staughton) (1)
  15. Buckden (1)
  16. Bury (1)
  17. Earith (1)
  18. Elton (1)
  19. Farcet (1)
  20. Fenstanton (1)
  21. Gransden (1)
  22. Hemingford Abbots & Hilton (1)
  23. Hemingford Grey (1)
  24. Houghton & Wyton (1)
  25. Kimbolton (1)
  26. Needingworth (1)
  27. Ramsey (3)
  28. Somersham (1)
  29. Stilton (1)
  30. The Offords (1)
  31. The Stukeleys (1)
  32. Upwood & The Raveleys (1)
  33. Yaxley (2)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 10 June 2004:[27]

Wards from 10 June 2004 to 3 May 2018:[28]

Huntingdonshire UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Alconbury & The Stukeleys (1)
  2. Brampton (2)
  3. Buckden (1)
  4. Earith (2)
  5. Ellington (1)
  6. Elton & Folksworth (1)
  7. Fenstanton (1)
  8. Godmanchester (2)
  9. Gransden & The Offords (2)
  10. Huntingdon East (3)
  11. Huntingdon North (2)
  12. Huntingdon West (2)
  13. Kimbolton & Staughton (1)
  14. Little Paxton (1)
  15. Ramsey (3)
  16. St Ives East (2)
  17. St Ives South (2)
  18. St Ives West (1)
  19. St Neots Eaton Ford (2)
  20. St Neots Eaton Socon (2)
  21. St Neots Eynesbury (3)
  22. St Neots Priory Park (2)
  23. Sawtry (2)
  24. Somersham (2)
  25. Stilton (1)
  26. The Hemingfords (2)
  27. Upwood & The Raveleys (1)
  28. Warboys & Bury (2)
  29. Yaxley & Farcet (3)

Wards from 3 May 2018 to present:[29]

  1. Alconbury (1)
  2. Brampton (2)
  3. Buckden (1)
  4. Fenstanton (1)
  5. Godmanchester & Hemingford Abbots (3)
  6. Great Paxton (1)
  7. Great Stauton (1)
  8. Hemingford Grey & Houghton (2)
  9. Holywell-cum-Needingworth (2)
  10. Huntingdon East (2)
  11. Huntingdon North (3)
  12. Kimbolton (1)
  13. Ramsey (3)
  14. Sawtry (2)
  15. Somersham (1)
  16. St Ives East (2)
  17. St Ives South (2)
  18. St Ives West (1)
  19. St Neots East (2)
  20. St Neots Eatons (3)
  21. St Neots Eynesbury (3)
  22. St Neots Priory Park & Little Paxton (3)
  23. Stilton, Folksworth & Washingley (2)
  24. The Stukeleys (3)
  25. Warboys (2)
  26. Yaxley (3)

South Cambridgeshire

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[10]

  1. No. 1 (Swavesey) (1)
  2. No. 15 (Elsworth) (1)
  3. No. 40 (Melbourn) (2)
  4. No. 41 (Duxford & Ickleton) (1)
  5. Abington (1)
  6. Arrington (1)
  7. Balsham (1)
  8. Bar Hill (1)
  9. Barrington & Shepreth (1)
  10. Barton (1)
  11. Bassingbourn (2)
  12. Bourn (1)
  13. Castle Camps (1)
  14. Comberton (1)
  15. Coton (1)
  16. Cottenham (2)
  17. Fowlmere & Foxton (1)
  18. Fulbourn (2)
  19. Gamlingay (1)
  20. Girton (2)
  21. Great Shelford (2)
  22. Hardwick (1)
  23. Harston (1)
  24. Haslingfield (1)
  25. Histon & Impington (3)
  26. Linton (2)
  27. Little Shelford (1)
  28. Longstanton (1)
  29. Meldreth (1)
  30. Milton (1)
  31. Orwell (1)
  32. Over (1)
  33. Papworth (1)
  34. Sawston (3)
  35. Stapleford (1)
  36. Teversham (1)
  37. The Mordens (1)
  38. The Wilbrahams (1)
  39. Waterbeach (2)
  40. Whittlesford (1)
  41. Willingham (1)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 10 June 2004:[30][31]

  1. Abington (1)
  2. Arrington (1)
  3. Balsham (1)
  4. Bar Hill (2)
  5. Barrington & Shepreth (1)
  6. Barton (1)
  7. Bassingbourn (2)
  8. Bourn (1)
  9. Castle Camps (1)
  10. Comberton (1)
  11. Coton (1)
  12. Cottenham (2)
  13. Duxford (1)
  14. Elsworth (1)
  15. Foxton (1)
  16. Fulbourn (2)
  17. Gamlingay (1)
  18. Girton (2)
  19. Great Shelford (2)
  20. Hardwick (1)
  21. Harston (1)
  22. Haslingfield (1)
  23. Histon (3)
  24. Ickleton (1)
  25. Linton (2)
  26. Little Shelford (1)
  27. Longstanton (1)
  28. Melbourn (2)
  29. Meldreth (1)
  30. Milton (1)
  31. Orwell (1)
  32. Over (1)
  33. Papworth (1)
  34. Sawston (3)
  35. Stapleford (1)
  36. Swavesey (1)
  37. Teversham (1)
  38. The Mordens (1)
  39. The Wilbrahams (1)
  40. Waterbeach (2)
  41. Whittlesford (1)
  42. Willingham (1)

Wards from 10 June 2004 to 3 May 2018:[32][33]

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  1. Balsham (2)
  2. Bar Hill (2)
  3. Barton (1)
  4. Bassingbourn (2)
  5. Bourn (3) †
  6. Caldecote (1)
  7. Comberton (1)
  8. Cottenham (3)
  9. Duxford (1)
  10. Fowlmere & Foxton (1)
  11. Fulbourn (2)
  12. Gamlingay (2)
  13. Girton (2)
  14. Hardwick (1)
  15. Harston & Hauxton (1)
  16. Haslingfield & The Eversdens (1)
  17. Histon & Impington (3)
  18. Linton (2)
  19. Longstanton (1)
  20. Melbourn (2)
  21. Meldreth (1)
  22. Milton (2)
  23. Orwell & Barrington (1)
  24. Papworth & Elsworth (2) †
  25. Sawston (3)
  26. Swavesey (1)
  27. Teversham (1)
  28. The Abingtons (1)
  29. The Mordens (1)
  30. The Shelfords & Stapleford (3)
  31. The Wilbrahams (1)
  32. Waterbeach (2)
  33. Whittlesford (1)
  34. Willingham & Over (3)

† minor boundary changes in 2008[7]

Wards from 3 May 2018 to present:[34]

  1. Balsham (1)
  2. Bar Hill (1)
  3. Barrington (1)
  4. Bassingbourn (1)
  5. Caldecote (1)
  6. Cambourne (3)
  7. Caxton & Papworth (2)
  8. Cottenham (2)
  9. Duxford (1)
  10. Fen Ditton & Fulbourn (3)
  11. Foxton (1)
  12. Gamlingay (1)
  13. Girton (2)
  14. Hardwick (1)
  15. Harston & Comberton (3)
  16. Histon & Impington (3)
  17. Linton (2)
  18. Longstanton (2)
  19. Melbourn (2)
  20. Milton & Waterbeach (3)
  21. Over & Willingham (2)
  22. Sawston (2)
  23. Shelford (2)
  24. Swavesey (1)
  25. The Mordens (1)
  26. Whittlesford (1)

Electoral wards by constituency

As at 8 May 2022.

Cambridge

Abbey, Arbury, Castle, Cherry Hinton, Coleridge, East Chesterton, King's Hedges, Market, Newnham, Petersfield, Romsey, Trumpington, West Chesterton.

Huntingdon

Alconbury (part), Brampton, Buckden, Fenstanton, Godmanchester and Hemingford Abbots, Great Paxton, Great Stauton (part), Hemingford Grey and Houghton (part), Huntingdon East, Huntingdon North, Kimbolton (part), St Ives East, St Ives South (part), St Ives West, St Neots East, St Neots Eatons, St Neots Eynesbury, St Neots Priory Park and Little Paxton, The Stukeleys.

North East Cambridgeshire

Bassenhally, Benwick, Coates and Eastrea, Birch, Clarkson, Doddington and Wimblington, Downham Villages, Elm and Christchurch, Kirkgate, Lattersey, Littleport, Manea, March East, March North, March West, Medworth, Octavia Hill, Parson Drove and Wisbech St Mary, Peckover, Roman Bank, Slade Lode, St Andrews, Staithe, Stonald, Sutton, The Mills, Waterlees Village, Wenneye.

North West Cambridgeshire

Alconbury (part), Barnack, Fletton and Stanground, Fletton and Woodston (part), Glinton and Castor (part), Great Stauton (part), Hampton Vale, Hargate and Hempsted, Hemingford Grey and Houghton (part), Holywell-cum-Needingworth, Kimbolton (part), Orton Longueville, Orton Waterville, Ramsey, Sawtry, Somersham, St Ives South (part), Stanground South, Stilton, Folksworth and Washingley, Warboys, Wittering, Yaxley.

Peterborough

Bretton, Central, Dogsthorpe, East, Eye, Thorney and Newborough, Fletton and Woodston (part), Glinton and Castor (part), Gunthorpe, North, Park, Paston and Walton, Ravensthorpe, Werrington, West.

South Cambridgeshire

Bar Hill, Barrington, Bassingbourn, Caldecote, Cambourne, Caxton and Papworth, Cottenham, Duxford, Foxton, Gamlingay, Girton, Hardwick, Harston and Comberton, Linton (part), Longstanton, Melbourn, Queen Edith's, Sawston, Shelford, Swavesey, The Mordens, Whittlesford.

South East Cambridgeshire

Balsham, Bottisham, Burwell, Ely East, Ely North, Ely West, Fen Ditton and Fulbourn, Fordham and Isleham, Haddenham, Histon and Impington, Linton (part), Milton and Waterbeach, Over and Willingham, Soham North, Soham South, Stretham, Woodditton.

See also

References

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