This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of West Sussex in South East 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

West Sussex

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

  1. Arundel (1)
  2. Bognor Regis No. 1 (Central) (1)
  3. Bognor Regis No. 2 (Felpham) (1)
  4. Bognor Regis No. 3 (South) (1)
  5. Bognor Regis No. 4 (West & Pagham) (2)
  6. Burgess Hill No. 1 (1)
  7. Burgess Hill No. 2 (Town) (1)
  8. Burgess Hill No. 3 (1)
  9. Chanctonbury No. 1 (Henfield) (1)
  10. Chanctonbury No. 2 (Pulborough) (1)
  11. Chanctonbury No. 3 (Steyning) (1)
  12. Chanctonbury No. 4 (1)
  13. Charlwood & Horley (3)
  14. Chichester (East) (1)
  15. Chichester (South) (1)
  16. Chichester (West) (1)
  17. Chichester Rural No. 1 (1)
  18. Chichester Rural No. 2 (1)
  19. Chichester Rural No. 3 (1)
  20. Chichester Rural No. 4 (1)
  21. Chichester Rural No. 5 (1)
  22. Chichester Rural No. 6 (1)
  23. Chichester Rural No. 7 (1)
  24. Crawley No. 1 (Pound Hill) (1)
  25. Crawley No. 2 (Gossops Green) (1)
  26. Crawley No. 3 (Ifield) (1)
  27. Crawley No. 4 (Langley Green) (1)
  28. Crawley No. 5 (Northgate & West Gre (1)
  29. Crawley No. 6 (Southgate) (1)
  30. Crawley No. 7 (Three Bridges) (1)
  31. Crawley No. 8 (Tilgate) (1)
  32. Cuckfield & Haywards Heath West (1)
  33. Cuckfield Rural No. 1 (1)
  34. Cuckfield Rural No. 2 (1)
  35. Cuckfield Rural No. 3 (1)
  36. Cuckfield Rural No. 4 (1)
  37. Cuckfield Rural No. 5 (1)
  38. East Grinstead (East) (1)
  39. East Grinstead (West) (1)
  40. Haywards Heath South (1)
  41. Horsham (North) (1)
  42. Horsham (South) (1)
  43. Horsham (West) (1)
  44. Horsham Rural No. 1 (1)
  45. Horsham Rural No. 2 (1)
  46. Horsham Rural No. 3 (1)
  47. Horsham Rural No. 4 (1)
  48. Lindfield & Haywards Heath East (1)
  49. Littlehampton No. 1 (Beach) (1)
  50. Littlehampton No. 2 (Wick) (1)
  51. Littlehampton No. 3 (1)
  52. Midhurst No. 1 (1)
  53. Midhurst No. 2 (1)
  54. Petworth No. 1 (1)
  55. Petworth No. 2 (1)
  56. Shoreham-by-Sea (East) (1)
  57. Shoreham-by-Sea (North) (1)
  58. Shoreham-by-Sea (South) (1)
  59. Southwick (North) (1)
  60. Southwick (South) (1)
  61. Worthing (Broadwater) (1)
  62. Worthing (Castle) (2)
  63. Worthing (Central) (1)
  64. Worthing (Durrington) (2)
  65. Worthing (Goring) (1)
  66. Worthing (Hearne) (1)
  67. Worthing (Marine) (1)
  68. Worthing (Offington) (2)
  69. Worthing (Selden) (1)
  70. Worthing (West Tarring) (1)
  71. Worthing Rural No. 1 (Rustington) (1)
  72. Worthing Rural No. 2 (Ferring) (1)
  73. Worthing Rural No. 3 (1)
  74. Worthing Rural No. 4 (1)
  75. Worthing Rural No. 5 (Sompting) (1)
  76. Worthing Rural No. 6 (2)

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

  1. Arun East (1)
  2. Arundel & Angmering (1)
  3. Bersted (1)
  4. Bewbush (1)
  5. Billingshurst (1)
  6. Bognor Regis (1)
  7. Bourne (1)
  8. Broadfield (1)
  9. Broadwater (1)
  10. Burgess Hill Central (1)
  11. Burgess Hill East (1)
  12. Chichester East (1)
  13. Chichester North (1)
  14. Chichester South (1)
  15. Chichester West (1)
  16. Cissbury (1)
  17. Cuckfield Rural (1)
  18. Durrington (1)
  19. East Grinstead East (1)
  20. East Grinstead South (1)
  21. East Worthing (1)
  22. Felpham (1)
  23. Fernhurst (1)
  24. Fontwell (1)
  25. Furnace Green (1)
  26. Goring-by-Sea (1)
  27. Gossops Green (1)
  28. Hassocks & Burgess Hill W (1)
  29. Haywards Heath East (1)
  30. Haywards Heath West (1)
  31. Henfield (1)
  32. Holbrook (1)
  33. Hotham (1)
  34. Hurst (1)
  35. Ifield (1)
  36. Imberdown (1)
  37. Kingston Buci (1)
  38. Lancing (1)
  39. Langley Green (1)
  40. Lindfield (1)
  41. Littlehampton North (1)
  42. Littlehampton Town (1)
  43. Maybridge (1)
  44. Mid Sussex North (1)
  45. Mid Sussex South (1)
  46. Middleton (1)
  47. Midhurst (1)
  48. Northgate & Three Bridges (1)
  49. Nyetimber (1)
  50. Petworth (1)
  51. Pound Hill (1)
  52. Preston Manor (1)
  53. Pulborough (1)
  54. Richmond (1)
  55. Riverside (1)
  56. Roffey (1)
  57. Rustington West (1)
  58. Saltings (1)
  59. Salvington (1)
  60. Selsey & Sidlesham (1)
  61. Shoreham (1)
  62. Sompting (1)
  63. Southwater (1)
  64. Southwick (1)
  65. Steyning (1)
  66. Storrington (1)
  67. The Witterings (1)
  68. Tilgate (1)
  69. Warnham (1)
  70. West Parade (1)
  71. West Tarring (1)

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

  1. Angmering & Findon (1)
  2. Arundel & Wick (1)
  3. Bersted (1)
  4. Bewbush, Gossops Green & Southgate (2)
  5. Billingshurst (1)
  6. Bognor Regis East (1)
  7. Bognor Regis West & Aldwick (1)
  8. Bourne (1)
  9. Bramber Castle (1)
  10. Broadfield (1)
  11. Burgess Hill (2)
  12. Chichester East (1)
  13. Chichester North (1)
  14. Chichester South (1)
  15. Chichester West (1)
  16. Cuckfield & Lucastes (1)
  17. East Grinstead (2)
  18. East Preston & Ferring (1)
  19. Felpham (1)
  20. Fernhurst (1)
  21. Fontwell (1)
  22. Gaisford (2)
  23. Goring & Northbrook (2)
  24. Hassocks & Victoria (1)
  25. Haywards Heath East (1)
  26. Haywards Heath Town (1)
  27. Henfield (1)
  28. Holbrook (1)
  29. Horsham Carfax (1)
  30. Horsham Riverside (1)
  31. Hurstpierpoint & Bolney (1)
  32. Ifield, Langley Green & West Green (2)
  33. Imberdown (1)
  34. Kingston Buci (1)
  35. Lancing (1)
  36. Lindfield & High Weald (1)
  37. Littlehampton East (1)
  38. Littlehampton Town (1)
  39. Middleton (1)
  40. Midhurst (1)
  41. Northgate & Three Bridges (1)
  42. Nyetimber (1)
  43. Petworth (1)
  44. Pound Hill, Worth & Maidenbower (2)
  45. Pulborough (1)
  46. Roffey (1)
  47. Rustington (1)
  48. Saltings (1)
  49. Salvington (2)
  50. Selsey (1)
  51. Shoreham (1)
  52. Sompting (1)
  53. Southwater & Nuthurst (1)
  54. Southwick (1)
  55. Storrington (1)
  56. The Witterings (1)
  57. Tilgate & Furnace Green (1)
  58. Warnham & Rusper (1)
  59. Worth Forest (1)
  60. Worthing East (1)
  61. Worthing Pier (1)
  62. Worthing West (1)

Electoral Divisions from 4 June 2009 to present:[5]

  1. Angmering & Findon (1)
  2. Arundel & Wick (1)
  3. Bersted (1)
  4. Bewbush & Ifield West (1)
  5. Billingshurst (1) †
  6. Bognor Regis East (1)
  7. Bognor Regis West & Aldwick (1)
  8. Bourne (1)
  9. Bramber Castle (1)
  10. Broadfield (1)
  11. Broadwater (1)
  12. Burgess Hill East (1)
  13. Burgess Hill Town (1)
  14. Chichester East (1)
  15. Chichester North (1)
  16. Chichester South (1)
  17. Chichester West (1)
  18. Cissbury (1)
  19. Cuckfield & Lucastes (1)
  20. Durrington & Salvington (1)
  21. East Grinstead Meridian (1)
  22. East Grinstead South & Ashurst Wood (1)
  23. East Preston & Ferring (1)
  24. Felpham (1)
  25. Fernhurst (1)
  26. Fontwell (1)
  27. Goring (1)
  28. Gossops Green & Ifield East (1)
  29. Hassocks & Victoria (1)
  30. Haywards Heath East (1)
  31. Haywards Heath Town (1)
  32. Henfield (1)
  33. Holbrook (1)
  34. Horsham Hurst (1)
  35. Horsham Riverside (1)
  36. Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath (1)
  37. Hurstpierpoint & Bolney (1)
  38. Imberdown (1)
  39. Kingston Buci (1)
  40. Lancing (1)
  41. Langley Green & West Green (1)
  42. Lindfield & High Weald (1)
  43. Littlehampton East (1)
  44. Littlehampton Town (1)
  45. Maidenbower (1)
  46. Middleton (1)
  47. Midhurst (1)
  48. Northbrook (1)
  49. Northgate & Three Bridges (1)
  50. Nyetimber (1)
  51. Petworth (1)
  52. Pound Hill & Worth (1)
  53. Pulborough (1)
  54. Roffey (1)
  55. Rustington (1)
  56. Saltings (1)
  57. Selsey (1)
  58. Shoreham (1)
  59. Sompting & North Lancing (1)
  60. Southgate & Crawley Central (1)
  61. Southwater & Nuthurst (1) †
  62. Southwick (1)
  63. Storrington (1)
  64. Tarring (1)
  65. The Witterings (1)
  66. Tilgate & Furnace Green (1)
  67. Warnham & Rusper (1)
  68. Worth Forest (1)
  69. Worthing East (1)
  70. Worthing Pier (1)
  71. Worthing West (1)

† minor boundary changes in 2017[6]

District councils

Adur

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

  1. Lancing: East (4)
  2. Lancing: North (4)
  3. Lancing: West (4)
  4. Marine (2)
  5. Shoreham: Buckingham (2)
  6. Shoreham: Kingston Buci (2)
  7. Shoreham: Kingston St. Julians (2)
  8. Shoreham: St. Marys (2)
  9. Shoreham: St. Nicholas (2)
  10. Sompting (5)
  11. Southwick: Central (2)
  12. Southwick: Fishersgate (2)
  13. Southwick: North (2)
  14. Southwick: South (1)
  15. Southwick: West (2)

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 10 June 2004:[8]

  1. Buckingham (3)
  2. Churchill (3)
  3. Cokeham (3)
  4. Eastbrook (3)
  5. Hillside (3)
  6. Manor (3)
  7. Marine (2)
  8. Mash Barn (3)
  9. Peverel (3)
  10. Southlands (3)
  11. Southwick Green (3)
  12. St. Marys (1)
  13. St. Nicholas (3)
  14. Widewater (3)

Wards from 10 June 2004 to present:[9]

  1. Buckingham (2)
  2. Churchill (2)
  3. Cokeham (2)
  4. Eastbrook (2)
  5. Hillside (2)
  6. Manor (2)
  7. Marine (2)
  8. Mash Barn (2)
  9. Peverel (2)
  10. St Mary's (2)
  11. St Nicolas (2)
  12. Southlands (2)
  13. Southwick Green (2)
  14. Widewater (3)

Arun

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

  1. Aldingbourne (1)
  2. Angmering (3)
  3. Arundel (2)
  4. Bersted (2)
  5. Bognor Regis Central (3)
  6. Bognor Regis East (3)
  7. Bognor Regis Felpham (4)
  8. Bognor Regis North (3)
  9. Bognor Regis South (3)
  10. Bognor Regis West (3)
  11. Eastergate (2)
  12. East Preston and Kingston (3)
  13. Ferring (3)
  14. Findon (1)
  15. Littlehampton Beach (3)
  16. Littlehampton Central-Ham-River (3)
  17. Littlehampton Wick (4)
  18. Lyminster (1)
  19. Middleton-on-Sea (2)
  20. Pagham (3)
  21. Rustingtoná (5)
  22. Tortington (1)
  23. Walberton (1)
  24. Yapton (1)

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[10]

  1. Aldingbourne (1)
  2. Aldwick East (2)
  3. Aldwick West (3)
  4. Angmering (3)
  5. Arundel (2)
  6. Barnham (3)
  7. Bersted (3)
  8. East Preston with Kingston (3)
  9. Felpham East (2)
  10. Felpham West (2)
  11. Ferring (2)
  12. Findon (1)
  13. Hotham (2)
  14. Littlehampton Beach (2)
  15. Littlehampton Central (2)
  16. Littlehampton Ham (2)
  17. Littlehampton River (1)
  18. Littlehampton Wick (2)
  19. Marine (2)
  20. Middleton-on-Sea (2)
  21. Orchard (2)
  22. Pagham (3)
  23. Pevensey (2)
  24. Rustington East (2)
  25. Rustington North (2)
  26. Rustington South (2)
  27. Walberton (1)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 7 May 2015:[11]

  1. Aldwick East (2)
  2. Aldwick West (2)
  3. Angmering (3)
  4. Arundel (2)
  5. Barnham (3)
  6. Beach (2)
  7. Bersted (3)
  8. Brookfield (2)
  9. East Preston with Kingston (3)
  10. Felpham East (2)
  11. Felpham West (2)
  12. Ferring (2)
  13. Findon (1)
  14. Ham (2)
  15. Hotham (2)
  16. Marine (2)
  17. Middleton-on-Sea (2)
  18. Orchard (2)
  19. Pagham & Rose Green (3)
  20. Pevensey (2)
  21. River (2)
  22. Rustington East (2)
  23. Rustington West (3)
  24. Walberton (1)
  25. Wick with Toddington (2)
  26. Yapton (2)

Wards from 7 May 2015 to present:[12]

  1. Aldwick East (2)
  2. Aldwick West (2)
  3. Angmering & Findon (3)
  4. Arundel & Walberton (3)
  5. Barnham (3)
  6. Beach (2)
  7. Bersted (3)
  8. Brookfield (2)
  9. Courtwick with Toddington (3)
  10. East Preston (3)
  11. Felpham East (2)
  12. Felpham West (2)
  13. Ferring (2)
  14. Hotham (2)
  15. Marine (2)
  16. Middleton-on-Sea (2)
  17. Orchard (2)
  18. Pagham (2)
  19. Pevensey (2)
  20. River (3)
  21. Rustington East (2)
  22. Rustington West (3)
  23. Yapton (2)

Chichester

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

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 2003:[13]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[14]

  1. Bosham (2)
  2. Boxgrove (1)
  3. Bury (1)
  4. Chichester East (3)
  5. Chichester North (3)
  6. Chichester South (3)
  7. Chichester West (2)
  8. Donnington (1)
  9. Easebourne (1)
  10. East Wittering (2)
  11. Fernhurst (2)
  12. Fishbourne (1)
  13. Funtington (1)
  14. Harting (1)
  15. Lavant (1)
  16. Midhurst (2)
  17. North Mundham (1)
  18. Petworth (2)
  19. Plaistow (2)
  20. Rogate (1)
  21. Selsey North (3)
  22. Selsey South (2)
  23. Sidlesham (1)
  24. Southbourne (3)
  25. Stedham (1)
  26. Tangmere (1)
  27. Westbourne (1)
  28. West Wittering (2)
  29. Wisborough Green (1)

Crawley

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

  1. Charlwood (1) †
  2. Gossops Green (3)
  3. Horley (6) †
  4. Langley Green (3)
  5. Northgate (2)
  6. Pound Hill (3)
  7. Southgate (4)
  8. Three Bridges (3)
  9. Tilgate (3)
  10. West Green (2)

† Charlwood and Horley wards were moved to Surrey by the Charlwood and Horley Act 1974

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 5 May 1983:[15][16]

  1. Broadfield (2)
  2. Furnace Green (2)
  3. Gossops Green (2)
  4. Ifield (2)
  5. Langley Green (3)
  6. Northgate (2)
  7. Pound Hill (3)
  8. Southgate (3)
  9. Three Bridges (2)
  10. Tilgate (3)
  11. West Green (2)

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 10 June 2004:[17]

  1. Bewbush (2)
  2. Broadfield (3)
  3. Furnace Green (2)
  4. Gossops Green (2)
  5. Ifield (3)
  6. Langley Green (3)
  7. Northgate (2)
  8. Pound Hill North (3)
  9. Pound Hill South (2)
  10. Southgate (3)
  11. Three Bridges (2)
  12. Tilgate (3)
  13. West Green (2)


Wards from 10 June 2004 to 2 May 2019:[18]

  1. Bewbush (3)
  2. Broadfield North (2)
  3. Broadfield South (2)
  4. Furnace Green (2)
  5. Gossops Green (2)
  6. Ifield (3)
  7. Langley Green (3)
  8. Maidenbower (3)
  9. Northgate (2)
  10. Pound Hill North (3)
  11. Pound Hill South & Worth (3)
  12. Southgate (3)
  13. Three Bridges (2)
  14. Tilgate (2)
  15. West Green (2)

Wards from 2 May 2019 to present:[19]

  1. Bewbush & North Broadfield (3)
  2. Broadfield (3)
  3. Furnace Green (2)
  4. Gossops Green & North East Broadfield (2)
  5. Ifield (3)
  6. Langley Green & Tushmore (3)
  7. Maidenbower (3)
  8. Northgate & West Green (3)
  9. Pound Hill North & Forge Wood (3)
  10. Pound Hill South & Worth (3)
  11. Southgate (3)
  12. Three Bridges (3)
  13. Tilgate (2)

Horsham

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

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 May 2003:[20]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[21]

  1. Billingshurst & Shipley (3) †
  2. Bramber, Upper Beeding & Woodmancote (2)
  3. Broadbridge Heath (1)
  4. Chanctonbury (3)
  5. Chantry (3)
  6. Cowfold, Shermanbury & West Grinstead (2)
  7. Denne (2)
  8. Forest (1)
  9. Henfield (2)
  10. Holbrook East (2)
  11. Holbrook West (2)
  12. Horsham Park (3)
  13. Itchingfield, Slinfold & Warnham (2)
  14. Nuthurst (1)
  15. Pulborough & Coldwatham (2)
  16. Roffey North (2)
  17. Roffey South (2)
  18. Rudgwick (1)
  19. Rusper & Colgate (1)
  20. Southwater (3) †
  21. Steyning (2)
  22. Trafalgar (2)

† minor boundary changes in 2015[6]

Wards from 2 May 2019 to present:[22]

  1. Billingshurst (3)
  2. Bramber, Upper Beeding & Woodmancote (2)
  3. Broadbridge Heath (2)
  4. Colgate & Rusper (2)
  5. Cowfold, Shermanbury & West Grinstead (2)
  6. Denne (3)
  7. Forest (3)
  8. Henfield (2)
  9. Holbrook East (2)
  10. Holbrook West (2)
  11. Itchingfield, Slinfold & Warnham (2)
  12. Nuthurst & Lower Beeding (1)
  13. Pulborough, Coldwaltham & Amberley (3)
  14. Roffey North (2)
  15. Roffey South (2)
  16. Rudgwick (1)
  17. Southwater North (2)
  18. Southwater South & Shipley (2)
  19. Steyning & Ashurst (2)
  20. Storrington & Washington (3)
  21. Trafalgar (2)
  22. West Chiltington, Thakeham & Ashington (3)

Mid Sussex

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

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[23]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[24]

  1. Ardingly & Balcombe (2)
  2. Ashurst Wood (1)
  3. Bolney (1)
  4. Burgess Hill Dunstall (2)
  5. Burgess Hill Franklands (2)
  6. Burgess Hill Leylands (2)
  7. Burgess Hill Meeds (2)
  8. Burgess Hill St Andrews (2)
  9. Burgess Hill Victoria (2)
  10. Copthorne & Worth (2)
  11. Crawley Down & Turners Hill (3)
  12. Cuckfield (2)
  13. East Grinstead Ashplats (2)
  14. East Grinstead Baldwins (2)
  15. East Grinstead Herontye (2)
  16. East Grinstead Imberhorne (2)
  17. East Grinstead Town (2)
  18. Hassocks (3)
  19. Haywards Heath Ashenground (2)
  20. Haywards Heath Bentswood (2)
  21. Haywards Heath Franklands (2)
  22. Haywards Heath Heath (2)
  23. Haywards Heath Lucastes (2)
  24. High Weald (2)
  25. Hurstpierpoint & Downs (3)
  26. Lindfield (3)

Worthing

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

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 10 June 2004:[25]

Wards from 10 June 2004 to present:[26]

  1. Broadwater (3)
  2. Castle (3)
  3. Central (3)
  4. Durrington (2)
  5. Gaisford (3)
  6. Goring (3)
  7. Heene (3)
  8. Marine (3)
  9. Northbrook (2)
  10. Offington (3)
  11. Salvington (3)
  12. Selden (3)
  13. Tarring (3)

Electoral wards by constituency

Arundel and South Downs

Angmering, Arundel, Barnham, Bramber, Upper Beeding and Woodmancote, Bury, Chanctonbury, Chantry, Cowfold, Shermanbury and West Grinstead, Findon, Hassocks, Henfield, Hurstpierpoint and Downs, Petworth, Pulborough and Coldwatham, Steyning, Walberton, Wisborough Green.

Bognor Regis and Littlehampton

Aldwick East, Aldwick West, Beach, Bersted, Brookfield, Felpham East, Felpham West, Ham, Hotham, Marine, Middleton-on-Sea, Orchard, Pagham and Rose Green, Pevensey, River, Wick with Toddington, Yapton.

Chichester

Bosham, Boxgrove, Chichester East, Chichester North, Chichester South, Chichester West, Donnington, Easebourne, East Wittering, Fernhurst, Fishbourne, Funtington, Harting, Lavant, Midhurst, North Mundham, Plaistow, Rogate, Selsey North, Selsey South, Sidlesham, Southbourne, Stedham, Tangmere, West Wittering, Westbourne.

Crawley

Bewbush, Broadfield North, Broadfield South, Furnace Green, Gossops Green, Ifield, Langley Green, Maidenbower, Northgate, Pound Hill North, Pound Hill South and Worth, Southgate, Three Bridges, Tilgate, West Green.

East Worthing and Shoreham

Broadwater, Buckingham, Churchill, Cokeham, Eastbrook, Gaisford, Hillside, Manor, Marine, Mash Barn, Peverel, Offington, Selden, St Mary’s, St Nicolas, Southlands, Southwick Green, Widewater.

Horsham

Ardingly and Balcombe, Billingshurst and Shipley, Broadbridge Heath, Crawley Down and Turners Hill, Denne, Forest, Holbrook East, Holbrook West, Horsham Park, Itchingfield, Slinfold and Warnham, Nuthurst, Roffey North, Roffey South, Rudgwick, Rusper and Colgate, Southwater, Trafalgar.

Mid Sussex

Ashurst Wood, Bolney, Burgess Hill Dunstall, Burgess Hill Franklands, Burgess Hill Leylands, Burgess Hill Meeds, Burgess Hill St Andrews, Burgess Hill Victoria, Cuckfield, East Grinstead Ashplats, East Grinstead Baldwins, East Grinstead Herontye, East Grinstead Imberhorne, East Grinstead Town, Haywards Heath Ashenground, Haywards Heath Bentswood, Haywards Heath Franklands, Haywards Heath Heath, Haywards Heath Lucastes, High Weald, Lindfield.

Worthing West

Castle, Central, Durrington, East Preston with Kingston, Ferring, Goring, Heene, Marine, Northbrook, Rustington East, Rustington West, Salvington, Tarring.

See also

References

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  2. ^ a b Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. West Sussex County Council Election Results 1973-2009 (PDF). The Elections Centre. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
  3. ^ The County of West Sussex (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1985
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  8. ^ The District of Adur (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1978
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  24. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Mid Sussex (Electoral Changes) Order 2002. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  25. ^ The Borough of Worthing (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1979
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