This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands. 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

Nottinghamshire

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

  1. Arnold (East) (1)
  2. Arnold (South) (1)
  3. Arnold (West) (1)
  4. Balderton (1)
  5. Basford No. 1 (Newthorpe) (1)
  6. Basford No. 2 (1)
  7. Basford No. 3 (1)
  8. Basford No. 4 (1)
  9. Basford No. 5 (1)
  10. Basford No. 6 (2)
  11. Beeston & Stapleford (Bramcote) (1)
  12. Beeston & Stapleford (Chilwell) (1)
  13. Beeston & Stapleford (North) (1)
  14. Beeston & Stapleford (South) (1)
  15. Beeston & Stapleford (Stapleford) (1)
  16. Beeston & Stapleford (Totton & Atte (1)
  17. Bingham No. 1 (1)
  18. Bingham No. 2 (1)
  19. Bingham No. 3 (1)
  20. Bingham No. 4 (1)
  21. Bridgford (North) (1)
  22. Bridgford (South) (1)
  23. Bridgford (West) (1)
  24. Carlton No. 1 (2)
  25. Carlton No. 2 (2)
  26. Collingham (1)
  27. East Retford No. 1 (1)
  28. East Retford No. 2 (1)
  29. Eastwood (1)
  30. Hucknall (East) (1)
  31. Hucknall (North) (1)
  32. Kirkby-in-Ashfield (East) (1)
  33. Kirkby-in-Ashfield (West) (1)
  34. Mansfield No. 1 (East) (1)
  35. Mansfield No. 2 (South East) (1)
  36. Mansfield No. 3 (South) (1)
  37. Mansfield No. 4 (2)
  38. Mansfield Woodhouse (2)
  39. Newark No. 1 (South) (1)
  40. Newark No. 2 (1)
  41. Nottingham No. 1 (Bridge & Trent) (3)
  42. Nottingham No. 2 (Lenton) (2)
  43. Nottingham No. 3 (Manvers & St Ann (2)
  44. Nottingham No. 4 (Market) (1)
  45. Nottingham No. 5 (Byron & St Alban (3)
  46. Nottingham No. 6 (Forest & Mapperle (3)
  47. Nottingham No. 7 (Portland & Radfor (3)
  48. Nottingham No. 8 (Abbey & University (3)
  49. Nottingham No. 9 (Clifton) (2)
  50. Nottingham No. 10 (Robin Hood & Bro (3)
  51. Nottingham No. 11 (Woolaton) (2)
  52. Retford (North) (1)
  53. Retford (South) (1)
  54. Southwell No. 1 (1)
  55. Southwell No. 2 (1)
  56. Southwell No. 3 (Ollerton) (1)
  57. Southwell No. 4 (1)
  58. Southwell No. 5 (1)
  59. Sutton-in-Ashfield (East) (1)
  60. Sutton-in-Ashfield (North) (1)
  61. Sutton-in-Ashfield (South) (1)
  62. Sutton-in-Ashfield (West) (1)
  63. Warsop (1)
  64. Worksop No. 1 (East) (1)
  65. Worksop No. 2 (North) (1)
  66. Worksop No. 3 (1)
  67. Worksop Rural No. 1 (Blyth) (1)
  68. Worksop Rural No. 2 (1)

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

  1. Abbey (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  2. Arnold Central (1) †
  3. Arnold East (1) †
  4. Arnold West (1) †
  5. Aspley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  6. Balderton (1)
  7. Basford (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  8. Beechdale (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  9. Beeston North (1)
  10. Beeston South (1)
  11. Bestwood Park (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  12. Bilborough (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  13. Bingham (1)
  14. Blidworth (1)
  15. Blyth & Harworth (1)
  16. Bramcote & Stapleford East (1)
  17. Bridge (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  18. Bulwell East (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  19. Bulwell West (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  20. Byron (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  21. Calverton (1) †
  22. Carlton Central (1) †
  23. Carlton East (1) †
  24. Carlton South (1) †
  25. Carlton West (1) †
  26. Caunton (1)
  27. Chilwell (1)
  28. Clifton East (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  29. Clifton West (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  30. Collingham (1)
  31. Cotgrave (1)
  32. Cumberlands & Ladybrook (1)
  33. East Leake (1)
  34. Eastwood & Brinsley (1)
  35. Greasley & Nuthall (1)
  36. Greenwood (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  37. Hucknall East (1)
  38. Hucknall West (1)
  39. Keyworth (1)
  40. Kimberley & Trowell (1)
  41. Kirkby-in-Ashfield North (1)
  42. Kirkby-in-Ashfield South (1)
  43. Leeming & Forest Town (1)
  44. Lenton (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  45. Manvers (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  46. Mapperley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  47. Misterton (1)
  48. Newark North (1)
  49. Newark South (1)
  50. Newstead (1) †
  51. Northfield & Manor (1)
  52. Oak Tree & Lindhurst (1)
  53. Oakham & Berry Hill (1)
  54. Ollerton (1)
  55. Pleasley Hill & Broomhill (1)
  56. Portland (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  57. Radcliffe-on-Trent (1)
  58. Radford (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  59. Ravensdale & Sherwood (1)
  60. Retford North (1)
  61. Retford South (1)
  62. Robin Hood (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  63. Ruddington (1)
  64. Rufford (1)
  65. Selston (1)
  66. Sherwood (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  67. Southwell (1)
  68. St Anns (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  69. Stapleford North & West (1)
  70. Strelley (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  71. Sutton-in-Ashfield Central (1)
  72. Sutton-in-Ashfield East (1)
  73. Sutton-in-Ashfield North (1)
  74. Sutton-in-Ashfield West (1)
  75. Titchfield & Eakring (1)
  76. Toton & Attenborough (1)
  77. Trent (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  78. Tuxford (1)
  79. Warsop (1)
  80. West Bridgford East (1)
  81. West Bridgford South (1)
  82. West Bridgford West (1)
  83. Wilford (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  84. Wollaton (1); electoral division abolished in 1998[4]
  85. Worksop East (1)
  86. Worksop North & Carlton (1)
  87. Worksop South East & Welbeck (1)
  88. Worksop West (1)

† minor boundary changes in 1989[5]

Electoral Divisions from 5 May 2005 to 4 May 2017:[6]

Nottinghamshire UK electoral division map (blank).svg

  1. Arnold North (2)
  2. Arnold South (2)
  3. Balderton (1)
  4. Beauvale (1)
  5. Beeston North (1)
  6. Beeston South & Attenborough (1)
  7. Bingham (1)
  8. Blidworth (1)
  9. Blyth & Harworth (1)
  10. Bramcote & Stapleford (2)
  11. Calverton (1)
  12. Carlton East (2)
  13. Carlton West (2)
  14. Chilwell & Toton (2)
  15. Collingham (1)
  16. Cotgrave (1)
  17. East Mansfield (2)
  18. Eastwood (1)
  19. Farndon & Muskham (1)
  20. Farnsfield & Lowdham (1)
  21. Hucknall (3)
  22. Keyworth (1)
  23. Kimberley & Trowell (1)
  24. Kirkby in Ashfield North (1)
  25. Kirkby in Ashfield South (1)
  26. Misterton (1)
  27. Newark East (1)
  28. Newark West (1)
  29. Newstead (1)
  30. North Mansfield (2)
  31. Nuthall (1)
  32. Ollerton (1)
  33. Radcliffe on Trent (1)
  34. Retford East (1)
  35. Retford West (1)
  36. Ruddington (1)
  37. Rufford (1)
  38. Selston (1)
  39. Soar Valley (1)
  40. South Mansfield (2)
  41. Southwell & Caunton (1)
  42. Sutton in Ashfield Central (1)
  43. Sutton in Ashfield East (1)
  44. Sutton in Ashfield North (1)
  45. Sutton in Ashfield West (1)
  46. Tuxford (1)
  47. Warsop (1)
  48. West Bridgford Central & South (2)
  49. West Bridgford West (1)
  50. West Mansfield (2)
  51. Worksop East (1)
  52. Worksop North (1)
  53. Worksop North East & Carlton (1)
  54. Worksop West (1)

Electoral Divisions from 4 May 2017 to present:[7]

Nottinghamshire UK electoral division map 2017 (blank).svg

  1. Ashfields (1)
  2. Arnold North (2)
  3. Arnold South (2)
  4. Balderton (1)
  5. Beeston Central & Rylands (1)
  6. Bingham East (1)
  7. Bingham West (1)
  8. Blidworth (1)
  9. Blyth & Harworth (1)
  10. Bramcote & Beeston North (1)
  11. Calverton (1)
  12. Carlton East (1)
  13. Carlton West (2)
  14. Collingham (1)
  15. Cotgrave (1)
  16. Eastwood (1)
  17. Farndon & Trent (1)
  18. Greasley & Brinsley (1)
  19. Hucknall North (1)
  20. Hucknall South (1)
  21. Hucknall West (1)
  22. Keyworth (1)
  23. Kirkby North (1)
  24. Kirkby South (1)
  25. Leake & Ruddington (2)
  26. Mansfield East (2)
  27. Mansfield North (2)
  28. Mansfield South (2)
  29. Mansfield West (2)
  30. Misterton (1)
  31. Muskham & Farnsfield (1)
  32. Newark East (1)
  33. Newark West (1)
  34. Newstead (1)
  35. Nuthall & Kimberley (1)
  36. Ollerton (1)
  37. Radcliffe on Trent (1)
  38. Retford East (1)
  39. Retford West (1)
  40. Selston (1)
  41. Sherwood Forest (1)
  42. Southwell (1)
  43. Stapleford & Broxtowe Central (2)
  44. Sutton Central & East (1)
  45. Sutton North (1)
  46. Sutton West (1)
  47. Toton, Chilwell & Attenborough (2)
  48. Tuxford (1)
  49. Warsop (1)
  50. West Bridgford North (1)
  51. West Bridgford South (1)
  52. West Bridgford West (1)
  53. Worksop East (1)
  54. Worksop North (1)
  55. Worksop South (1)
  56. Worksop West (1)

Unitary authority council

Nottingham

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[8]

  1. Abbey (3)
  2. Bridge (3)
  3. Broxtowe (3)
  4. Byron (3)
  5. Clifton (3)
  6. Forest (3)
  7. Lenton (3)
  8. Manvers (3)
  9. Mapperley (3)
  10. Market (3)
  11. Portland (3)
  12. Radford (3)
  13. Robin Hood (3)
  14. St Alban's (3)
  15. St Ann's (3)
  16. Trent (3)
  17. University (3)
  18. Wollaton (3)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[9][4]

  1. Abbey (2)
  2. Aspley (2)
  3. Basford (2)
  4. Beechdale (2)
  5. Bestwood Park (2)
  6. Bilborough (2)
  7. Bridge (2)
  8. Bulwell East (2)
  9. Bulwell West (2)
  10. Byron (3)
  11. Clifton East (2)
  12. Clifton West (2)
  13. Forest (2)
  14. Greenwood (2)
  15. Lenton (2)
  16. Manvers (2)
  17. Mapperley (2)
  18. Park (2)
  19. Portland (2)
  20. Radford (2)
  21. Robin Hood (2)
  22. Sherwood (2)
  23. St Ann's (2)
  24. Strelley (2)
  25. Trent (2)
  26. Wilford (2)
  27. Wollaton (2)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 2 May 2019:[10][11]

Nottingham UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Arboretum (2)
  2. Aspley (3)
  3. Basford (3)
  4. Berridge (3)
  5. Bestwood (3)
  6. Bilborough (3)
  7. Bridge (2)
  8. Bulwell (3)
  9. Bulwell Forest (3)
  10. Clifton North (3)
  11. Clifton South (3)
  12. Dales (3)
  13. Dunkirk & Lenton (2)
  14. Leen Valley (2)
  15. Mapperley (3)
  16. Radford & Park (3)
  17. Sherwood (3)
  18. St Ann's (3)
  19. Wollaton East & Lenton Abbey (2)
  20. Wollaton West (3)

Wards from 2 May 2019 to present:[12]

  1. Aspley (3)
  2. Basford (3)
  3. Berridge (3)
  4. Bestwood (3)
  5. Bilborough (3)
  6. Bulwell (3)
  7. Bulwell Forest (3)
  8. Castle (2)
  9. Clifton East (3)
  10. Clifton West (2)
  11. Dales (3)
  12. Hyson Green & Arboretum (3)
  13. Leen Valley (2)
  14. Lenton & Wollation East (3)
  15. Mapperley (3)
  16. Meadows (2)
  17. Radford (2)
  18. Sherwood (3)
  19. St. Ann's (3)
  20. Wollaton West (3)

District councils

Ashfield

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[8]

  1. Annesley & Felley (1)
  2. Hucknall East (4)
  3. Hucknall North (4)
  4. Hucknall West (6)
  5. Kirkby in Ashfield East (5)
  6. Kirkby in Ashfield South (3)
  7. Kirkby in Ashfield West (5)
  8. Selston (5)
  9. Sutton in Ashfield East (7)
  10. Sutton in Ashfield Huthwaite (3)
  11. Sutton in Ashfield Skegby (5)
  12. Sutton in Ashfield West (7)

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

  1. Hucknall Central (2)
  2. Hucknall East (2)
  3. Hucknall North (2)
  4. Hucknall West (2)
  5. Jacksdale (1)
  6. Kirkby in Ashfield Central (2)
  7. Kirkby in Ashfield East (2)
  8. Kirkby in Ashfield West (2)
  9. Selston (2)
  10. Sutton in Ashfield Central (3)
  11. Sutton in Ashfield East (3)
  12. Sutton in Ashfield North (3)
  13. Sutton in Ashfield West (3)
  14. Underwood (1)
  15. Woodhouse (3)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[14]

Ashfield UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Hucknall Central (2)
  2. Hucknall East (2)
  3. Hucknall North (2)
  4. Hucknall West (3)
  5. Jacksdale (1)
  6. Kirkby in Ashfield Central (2)
  7. Kirkby in Ashfield East (2)
  8. Kirkby in Ashfield West (2)
  9. Selston (2)
  10. Sutton in Ashfield Central (3)
  11. Sutton in Ashfield East (3)
  12. Sutton in Ashfield North (3)
  13. Sutton in Ashfield West (3)
  14. Underwood (1)
  15. Woodhouse (2)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[15]

Ashfield UK ward map 2015 (blank).svg

  1. Abbey Hill (1)
  2. Annesley & Kirkby Woodhouse (2)
  3. Ashfields (1)
  4. Carsic (1)
  5. Central & New Cross (2)
  6. Hucknall Central (2)
  7. Hucknall North (3)
  8. Hucknall South (2)
  9. Hucknall West (3)
  10. Huthwaite & Brierley (2)
  11. Jacksdale (1)
  12. Kingsway (1)
  13. Kirkby Cross & Portland (1)
  14. Larwood (1)
  15. Leamington (1)
  16. Selston (2)
  17. Skegby (2)
  18. St Mary’s (1)
  19. Stanton Hill & Teversal (1)
  20. Summit (2)
  21. Sutton Junction & Harlow Wood (1)
  22. The Dales (1)
  23. Underwood (1)

Bassetlaw

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[8]

  1. Beckingham (1)
  2. Blyth (1)
  3. Carlton (3)
  4. Clarborough (1)
  5. East Markham (1)
  6. East Retford East (3)
  7. East Retford North (4)
  8. East Retford West (3)
  9. Elkesley (1)
  10. Everton (1)
  11. Harworth (4)
  12. Hodsock (1)
  13. Misterton (1)
  14. Nether Langwith (1)
  15. North Leverton (1)
  16. Rampton (1)
  17. Ranskill (1)
  18. Sutton (1)
  19. Trent (1)
  20. Tuxford (1)
  21. Worksop Bracebridge (3)
  22. Worksop North (3)
  23. Worksop North East (4)
  24. Worksop North West (3)
  25. Worksop South East (3)
  26. Worksop South West (3)

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 2 May 2002:[16]

  1. Beckingham (1)
  2. Blyth (1)
  3. Carlton (3)
  4. Clayworth (1)
  5. East Markham (1)
  6. East Retford East (3)
  7. East Retford North (3)
  8. East Retford West (3)
  9. Elkesley (1)
  10. Everton (1)
  11. Harworth East (2)
  12. Harworth West (2)
  13. Hodsock (2)
  14. Misterton (1)
  15. Rampton (1)
  16. Ranskill (1)
  17. Sturton (1)
  18. Sutton (1)
  19. Trent (1)
  20. Tuxford (1)
  21. Welbeck (1)
  22. Worksop East (3)
  23. Worksop North (3)
  24. Worksop North East (3)
  25. Worksop North West (3)
  26. Worksop South (3)
  27. Worksop South East (3)

Wards from 2 May 2002 to present:[17]

Bassetlaw UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Beckingham (1)
  2. Blyth (1)
  3. Carlton (3)
  4. Clayworth (1)
  5. East Markham (1)
  6. East Retford East (3)
  7. East Retford North (3)
  8. East Retford South (2)
  9. East Retford West (2)
  10. Everton (1)
  11. Harworth (3)
  12. Langold (1)
  13. Misterton (1)
  14. Rampton (1)
  15. Ranskill (1)
  16. Sturton (1)
  17. Sutton (1)
  18. Tuxford & Trent (2)
  19. Welbeck (1)
  20. Worksop East (3)
  21. Worksop North (3)
  22. Worksop North East (3)
  23. Worksop North West (3)
  24. Worksop South (3)
  25. Worksop South East (3)

Broxtowe

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[8]

  1. Awsworth & Cossall (2)
  2. Beeston North (4)
  3. Beeston South (5)
  4. Bramcote (5)
  5. Brinsley (1)
  6. Chilwell (6)
  7. Eastwood East (2)
  8. Eastwood North (1)
  9. Eastwood South (2)
  10. Greasley (3)
  11. Kimberley (2)
  12. Nuthall (2)
  13. Stapleford (6)
  14. Strelley & Trowell (1)
  15. Toton & Attenborough (4)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[18]

  1. Attenborough (2)
  2. Awsworth & Cossall (2)
  3. Beeston Central (3)
  4. Beeston North East (3)
  5. Beeston North West (2)
  6. Beeston Rylands (2)
  7. Bramcote (3)
  8. Brinsley (1)
  9. Chilwell East (3)
  10. Chilwell West (3)
  11. Eastwood East (2)
  12. Eastwood North (1)
  13. Eastwood South (2)
  14. Greasley (3)
  15. Kimberley (3)
  16. Nuthall (2)
  17. Stapleford East (3)
  18. Stapleford North (3)
  19. Stapleford West (3)
  20. Strelley & Trowell (1)
  21. Toton (2)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[19]

Broxtowe UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Attenborough (1)
  2. Awsworth (1)
  3. Beeston Central (2)
  4. Beeston North (2)
  5. Beeston Rylands (2)
  6. Beeston West (2)
  7. Bramcote (3)
  8. Brinsley (1)
  9. Chilwell East (2)
  10. Chilwell West (3)
  11. Cossall & Kimberley (3)
  12. Eastwood North & Greasley (Beauvale) (2)
  13. Eastwood South (3)
  14. Greasley (Giltbrook & Newthorpe) (3)
  15. Nuthall East & Strelley (2)
  16. Nuthall West & Greasley (Watnall) (2)
  17. Stapleford North (2)
  18. Stapleford South East (2)
  19. Stapleford South West (2)
  20. Toton & Chilwell Meadows (3)
  21. Trowell (1)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[20]

Broxtowe UK ward map 2015 (blank).svg

  1. Attenborough & Chilwell East (3)
  2. Awsworth, Cossall & Trowell (2)
  3. Beeston Central (2)
  4. Beeston North (2)
  5. Beeston Rylands (2)
  6. Beeston West (2)
  7. Bramcote (3)
  8. Brinsley (1)
  9. Chilwell West (3)
  10. Eastwood Hall (1)
  11. Eastwood Hilltop (2)
  12. Eastwood St Mary’s (2)
  13. Greasley (3)
  14. Kimberley (3)
  15. Nuthall East & Strelley (2)
  16. Stapleford North (2)
  17. Stapleford South East (2)
  18. Stapleford South West (2)
  19. Toton & Chilwell Meadows (3)
  20. Watnall & Nuthall West (2)

Gedling

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[8]

  1. Arnold East (7)
  2. Arnold South (7)
  3. Arnold West (5)
  4. Bestwood Park (1)
  5. Burton Joyce & Stoke Bardolph (2)
  6. Calverton (2)
  7. Carlton (4)
  8. Carlton Hill (4)
  9. Cavendish (5)
  10. Gedling (5)
  11. Lambley (1)
  12. Linby & Papplewick (1)
  13. Netherfield (3)
  14. Newstead East (1)
  15. Newstead West (1)
  16. Porchester (5)
  17. Woodborough (1)

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

  1. Bestwood Park (1)
  2. Bonington (3)
  3. Burton Joyce & Stoke Bardolph (2)
  4. Calverton (3)
  5. Carlton (3)
  6. Carlton Hill (3)
  7. Cavendish (2)
  8. Conway (2)
  9. Gedling (3)
  10. Killisick (2)
  11. Kingswell (3)
  12. Lambley (1)
  13. Mapperley Plains (3)
  14. Netherfield (3)
  15. Newstead (1); 1976 to 1987: 2[5]
  16. Oxclose (2)
  17. Phoenix (2)
  18. Porchester (3)
  19. Priory (2)
  20. Ravenshead (3); created in 1987[5]
  21. St James (3)
  22. St Marys (3)
  23. Woodborough (1)
  24. Woodthorpe (3)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[22]

Gedling UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Bestwood Village (1)
  2. Bonington (3)
  3. Burton Joyce & Stoke Bardolph (2)
  4. Calverton (3)
  5. Carlton (3)
  6. Carlton Hill (3)
  7. Daybrook (2)
  8. Gedling (3)
  9. Killisick (1)
  10. Kingswell (2)
  11. Lambley (1)
  12. Mapperley Plains (3)
  13. Netherfield & Colwick (3)
  14. Newstead (1)
  15. Phoenix (2)
  16. Porchester (3)
  17. Ravenshead (3)
  18. St James (2)
  19. St Marys (3)
  20. Valley (2)
  21. Woodborough (1)
  22. Woodthorpe (3)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[23]

Gedling UK ward map 2015 (blank).svg

  1. Bestwood St Albans (2)
  2. Calverton (3)
  3. Carlton (2)
  4. Carlton Hill (3)
  5. Cavendish (2)
  6. Colwick (1)
  7. Coppice (2)
  8. Daybrook (2)
  9. Dumbles (1)
  10. Ernehale (2)
  11. Gedling (2)
  12. Netherfield (2)
  13. Newstead Abbey (3)
  14. Phoenix (2)
  15. Plains (3)
  16. Porchester (3)
  17. Redhill (2)
  18. Trent Valley (2)
  19. Woodthorpe (2)

Mansfield

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[8]

  1. Mansfield East (9)
  2. Mansfield North (11)
  3. Mansfield South (7)
  4. Mansfield Woodhouse East (4)
  5. Mansfield Woodhouse North (5)
  6. Mansfield Woodhouse West (3)
  7. Warsop (6)

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 2003:[24]

  1. Berry Hill (2)
  2. Birklands (3)
  3. Broomhill (2)
  4. Cumberlands (2)
  5. Eakring (2)
  6. Forest Town (3)
  7. Ladybrook (3)
  8. Leeming (2)
  9. Lindhurst (2)
  10. Manor (3)
  11. Meden (3)
  12. Northfield (2)
  13. Oak Tree (3)
  14. Oakham (3)
  15. Pleasley Hill (3)
  16. Ravensdale (3)
  17. Sherwood (2)
  18. Titchfield (3)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 5 May 2011:[25]

Mansfield UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Berry Hill (3)
  2. Birklands (3)
  3. Broomhill (2)
  4. Cumberlands (2)
  5. Eakring (3)
  6. Forest Town East (2)
  7. Forest Town West (3)
  8. Grange Farm (2)
  9. Ladybrook (2)
  10. Leeming (3)
  11. Lindhurst (2)
  12. Meden (3)
  13. Oak Tree (3)
  14. Pleasley Hill (2)
  15. Portland (2)
  16. Priory (2)
  17. Ravensdale (2)
  18. Robin Hood (3)
  19. Sherwood (2)

Wards from 5 May 2011 to present:[26]

Mansfield UK ward map 2011 (blank).svg

  1. Abbott (1)
  2. Berry Hill (1)
  3. Brick Kiln (1)
  4. Broomhill (1)
  5. Bull Farm & Pleasley Hill (1)
  6. Carr Bank (1)
  7. Eakring (1)
  8. Grange Farm (1)
  9. Holly (1)
  10. Hornby (1)
  11. Kings Walk (1)
  12. Kingsway (1)
  13. Ladybrook (1)
  14. Lindhurst (1)
  15. Ling Forest (1)
  16. Manor (1)
  17. Market Warsop (1)
  18. Maun Valley (1)
  19. Meden (1)
  20. Netherfield (1)
  21. Newgate (1)
  22. Newlands (1)
  23. Oak Tree (1)
  24. Oakham (1)
  25. Park Hall (1)
  26. Peafields (1)
  27. Penniment (1)
  28. Portland (1)
  29. Racecourse (1)
  30. Ransom Wood (1)
  31. Sandhurst (1)
  32. Sherwood (1)
  33. Warsop Carrs (1)
  34. Woodhouse (1)
  35. Woodlands (1)
  36. Yeoman Hill (1)

Newark and Sherwood

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[8]

  1. Beacon (2)
  2. Bilsthorpe (2)
  3. Blidworth Fishpool & Rainworth (5)
  4. Boughton (2)
  5. Bridge (2)
  6. Bullpit Pinfold (2)
  7. Castle & Sconce (3)
  8. Caunton (1)
  9. Clipstone (2)
  10. Collingham (1)
  11. Devon (4)
  12. Dover Beck (1)
  13. Edwinstowe (3)
  14. Elston (1)
  15. Farndon (1)
  16. Farnsfield (2)
  17. Lowdham (1)
  18. Magnus (2)
  19. Meering (1)
  20. Milton Lowfield (2)
  21. Muskham (1)
  22. Ollerton (4)
  23. Rufford (1)
  24. Southwell (3)
  25. Sutton-on-Trent (1)
  26. Trent (1)
  27. Winthorpe (1)

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 2003:[27]

  1. Beacon (2)
  2. Bilsthorpe (2)
  3. Blidworth (3)
  4. Boughton (3)
  5. Bridge (3)
  6. Bullpit Pinfold (2)
  7. Castle (3)
  8. Caunton (1)
  9. Clipstone (2)
  10. Collingham (1)
  11. Devon (3)
  12. Dover Beck (1)
  13. Edwinstowe (3)
  14. Elston (1)
  15. Farndon (1)
  16. Farnsfield (2)
  17. Fishpool (2); ward abolished in 1987[5]
  18. Lowdham (1)
  19. Magnus (2)
  20. Meering (1)
  21. Milton Lowfield (2)
  22. Muskham (1)
  23. Ollerton North (2)
  24. Ollerton South (2)
  25. Rainworth (2)
  26. Rufford (1)
  27. Southwell East (2)
  28. Southwell West (2)
  29. Sutton-on-Trent (1)
  30. Trent (1)
  31. Winthorpe (1)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 3 May 2007:[28]

  1. Balderton North (2)
  2. Balderton West (2)
  3. Beacon (2)
  4. Bilsthorpe (2)
  5. Blidworth (2)
  6. Boughton (2)
  7. Bridge (2)
  8. Castle (3)
  9. Caunton (1)
  10. Clipstone (2)
  11. Collingham & Meering (2)
  12. Devon (2)
  13. Edwinstowe (2)
  14. Farndon (2)
  15. Farnsfield (2)
  16. Lowdham (2)
  17. Magnus (2)
  18. Muskham (1)
  19. Ollerton (3)
  20. Rainworth (2)
  21. Southwell East (1)
  22. Southwell North (1)
  23. Southwell West (1)
  24. Sutton-on-Trent (1)
  25. Trent (1)
  26. Winthorpe (1)

Wards from 3 May 2007 to 7 May 2015:[29][30]

Newark and Sherwood UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Balderton North (2)
  2. Balderton West (2)
  3. Beacon (3)
  4. Blidworth (2)
  5. Boughton (2)
  6. Bridge (2)
  7. Castle (2)
  8. Caunton (1)
  9. Clipstone (2)
  10. Collingham & Meering (2)
  11. Devon (2)
  12. Edwinstowe (2)
  13. Farndon (2)
  14. Farnsfield & Bilsthorpe (3)
  15. Lowdham (2)
  16. Magnus (2)
  17. Muskham (1)
  18. Ollerton (3)
  19. Rainworth (3)
  20. Southwell East (1)
  21. Southwell North (1)
  22. Southwell West (1)
  23. Sutton-on-Trent (1)
  24. Trent (1)
  25. Winthorpe (1)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[31]

Newark and Sherwood UK ward map 2015 (blank).svg

  1. Balderton North & Coddington (2)
  2. Balderton South (2)
  3. Beacon (3)
  4. Bilsthorpe (1)
  5. Boughton (1)
  6. Bridge (2)
  7. Castle (1)
  8. Collingham (2)
  9. Devon (3)
  10. Dover Beck (1)
  11. Edwinstowe & Clipstone (3)
  12. Farndon & Fernwood (3)
  13. Farnsfield (1)
  14. Lowdham (1)
  15. Muskham (1)
  16. Ollerton (3)
  17. Rainworth North & Rufford (2)
  18. Rainworth South & Blidworth (2)
  19. Southwell (3)
  20. Sutton-on-Trent (1)
  21. Trent (1)

Rushcliffe

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[8]

  1. Bingham (3)
  2. Cranmer (1)
  3. Keyworth (3)
  4. Leake (3)
  5. Edwalton (5)
  6. Ruddington (4)
  7. Radcliffe on Trent (5)
  8. Cotgrave (2)
  9. Kinoulton (1)
  10. Lady Bay (5)
  11. Cropwell (1)
  12. Lutterell (2)
  13. Musters (5)
  14. Gotham (1)
  15. Oak (1)
  16. Rancliffe (1)
  17. Soar Valley (1)
  18. Stanford (1)
  19. Thoroton (1)
  20. Tollerton (1)
  21. Wolds (2)

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 1 May 2003:[32]

  1. Abbey (3)
  2. Ash Lea (3)
  3. Bingham (3)
  4. Bishop (1)
  5. Cranmer (1)
  6. Dayncourt (2)
  7. Edwalton (3)
  8. Gotham (1)
  9. Lady Bay (3)
  10. Lamcote (2)
  11. Leake (3)
  12. Leys (2)
  13. Lutterell (3)
  14. Malkin (2)
  15. Manor (1)
  16. Melton (3)
  17. Musters (3)
  18. Nevile (1)
  19. North Keyworth (1)
  20. Oak (1)
  21. Packman (2)
  22. Rancliffe (1)
  23. Soar Valley (1)
  24. South Keyworth (3)
  25. Stanford (1)
  26. Thoroton (1)
  27. Tollerton (1)
  28. Wiverton (1)
  29. Wolds (1)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[33]

Rushcliffe UK ward map 2010 (blank).svg

  1. Abbey (2)
  2. Bingham East (2)
  3. Bingham West (2)
  4. Compton Acres (2)
  5. Cotgrave (3)
  6. Cranmer (1)
  7. Edwalton Village (2)
  8. Gamston (2)
  9. Gotham (1)
  10. Keyworth North (1)
  11. Keyworth South (3)
  12. Lady Bay (2)
  13. Leake (3)
  14. Lutterell (2)
  15. Manvers (2)
  16. Melton (2)
  17. Musters (2)
  18. Nevile (1)
  19. Oak (1)
  20. Ruddington (3)
  21. Soar Valley (1)
  22. Stanford (1)
  23. Thoroton (1)
  24. Tollerton (1)
  25. Trent (2)
  26. Trent Bridge (2)
  27. Wiverton (2)
  28. Wolds (1)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[34]

Rushcliffe UK ward map 2015 (blank).svg

  1. Abbey (2)
  2. Bingham East (2)
  3. Bingham West (2)
  4. Bunny (1)
  5. Compton Acres (2)
  6. Cotgrave (3)
  7. Cranmer (1)
  8. Cropwell (1)
  9. East Bridgford (1)
  10. Edwalton (2)
  11. Gamston North (1)
  12. Gamston South (1)
  13. Gotham (1)
  14. Keyworth & Wolds (3)
  15. Lady Bay (2)
  16. Leake (3)
  17. Lutterell (2)
  18. Musters (2)
  19. Nevile & Langar (1)
  20. Radcliffe on Trent (3)
  21. Ruddington (3)
  22. Sutton Bonington (1)
  23. Thoroton (1)
  24. Tollerton (1)
  25. Trent Bridge (2)

Electoral wards by constituency

Ashfield

Brinsley, Eastwood North and Greasley (Beauvale), Eastwood South, Jacksdale, Kirkby in Ashfield Central, Kirkby in Ashfield East, Kirkby in Ashfield West, Selston, Sutton in Ashfield Central, Sutton in Ashfield East, Sutton in Ashfield North, Sutton in Ashfield West, Underwood, Woodhouse.

Bassetlaw

Beckingham, Blyth, Carlton, Clayworth, East Retford East, East Retford North, East Retford South, East Retford West, Everton, Harworth, Langold, Misterton, Ranskill, Sturton, Sutton, Welbeck, Worksop East, Worksop North, Worksop North East, Worksop North West, Worksop South, Worksop South East.

Broxtowe

Attenborough, Awsworth, Beeston Central, Beeston North, Beeston Rylands, Beeston West, Bramcote, Chilwell East, Chilwell West, Cossall and Kimberley, Greasley (Giltbrook and Newthorpe), Nuthall East and Strelley, Nuthall West and Greasley (Watnall), Stapleford North, Stapleford South East, Stapleford South West, Toton and Chilwell Meadows, Trowell.

Gedling

Bonington, Burton Joyce and Stoke Bardolph, Carlton, Carlton Hill, Daybrook, Gedling, Killisick, Kingswell, Mapperley Plains, Netherfield and Colwick, Phoenix, Porchester, St James, St Marys, Valley, Woodthorpe.

Mansfield

Berry Hill, Birklands, Broomhill, Cumberlands, Eakring, Forest Town East, Forest Town West, Grange Farm, Ladybrook, Leeming, Lindhurst, Meden, Oak Tree, Pleasley Hill, Portland, Priory, Ravensdale, Robin Hood, Sherwood.

Newark

Balderton North, Balderton West, Beacon, Bingham East, Bingham West, Bridge, Castle, Caunton, Collingham and Meering, Cranmer, Devon, East Markham, Farndon, Lowdham, Magnus, Muskham, Oak, Rampton, Southwell East, Southwell North, Southwell West, Sutton-on-Trent, Thoroton, Trent, Tuxford, Winthorpe.

Nottingham East

Arboretum, Berridge, Dales, Mapperley, St Ann's, Sherwood.

Nottingham North

Aspley, Basford, Bestwood, Bilborough, Bulwell, Bulwell Forest.

Nottingham South

Bridge, Clifton North, Clifton South, Dunkirk and Lenton, Leen Valley, Radford and Park, Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey, Wollaton West.

Rushcliffe

Abbey, Compton Acres, Cotgrave, Edwalton Village, Gamston, Gotham, Keyworth North, Keyworth South, Lady Bay, Leake, Lutterell, Manvers, Melton, Musters, Nevile, Ruddington, Soar Valley, Stanford, Tollerton, Trent, Trent Bridge, Wiverton, Wolds.

Sherwood

Bestwood Village, Bilsthorpe, Blidworth, Boughton, Calverton, Clipstone, Edwinstowe, Farnsfield, Lambley, Newstead, Ollerton, Rainworth, Ravenshead, Woodborough.

See also

References

  1. ^ The County of Nottinghamshire (Electoral Divisions) Order 1973
  2. ^ a b Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. Nottinghamshire County Council Election Results 1973-2009 (PDF). The Elections Centre. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
  3. ^ The County of Nottinghamshire (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1980
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z legislation.gov.uk - The Nottinghamshire (City of Nottingham) (Structural Change) Order 1996. Retrieved on 6 November 2015.
  5. ^ a b c d legislation.gov.uk - The Nottinghamshire (District Boundaries) Order 1987. Retrieved on 6 November 2015.
  6. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of Nottinghamshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2004. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  7. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Nottinghamshire (Electoral Changes) Order 2016. Retrieved on 6 July 2016.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h The County of Nottinghamshire (District Wards) Order 1973
  9. ^ The City of Nottingham (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976
  10. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The City of Nottingham (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  11. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The City of Nottingham (Electoral Changes) (Amendment) Order 2005. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  12. ^ "The Nottingham (Electoral Changes) Order 2018". gov.uk. 17 July 2018. Retrieved 5 April 2022.
  13. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Ashfield (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  14. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Ashfield (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  15. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Ashfield (Electoral Changes) Order 2015. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  16. ^ The District of Bassetlaw (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976
  17. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Bassetlaw (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  18. ^ The District of Broxtowe (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1975
  19. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Broxtowe (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  20. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Broxtowe (Electoral Changes) Order 2015. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  21. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Gedling (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1975. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  22. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Gedling (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  23. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Gedling (Electoral Changes) Order 2014. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  24. ^ The District of Mansfield (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976
  25. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Mansfield (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  26. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Mansfield (Electoral Changes) Order 2011. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  27. ^ The District of Newark (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1976
  28. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Newark and Sherwood (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  29. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Newark and Sherwood (Electoral Changes) Order 2007. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  30. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Newark and Sherwood (Electoral Changes) (Amendment) Order 2007. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  31. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Newark & Sherwood (Electoral Changes) Order 2014. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  32. ^ The Borough of Rushcliffe (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1975
  33. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Rushcliffe (Electoral Changes) Order 2000. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  34. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Rushcliffe (Electoral Changes) Order 2013. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.