Huntingdonshire is covered by two Westminster constituencies; Huntingdon and N. W. Cambridgeshire. We have 2 outstanding candidates for these constituencies.
Constituents will be hearing from Rod or Bridget directly over the next weeks, either through the mail, via social media and the press, or face-to-face . They will be introducing themselves, explaining what they believe are the local priorities, as well as the national campaign, so you are well informed when it comes to the vote!
Our national manifesto was published today. You will have heard about it through the press, and you can read more about it HERE.
Lastly, and hopefully of some help, we provide a description of the two constituencies below, and links so that you can check which constituency covers you!
The Huntingdon Constituency, with Huntingdon and Godmanchester at its centre, extends from north of Alconbury to St Neots, Abbotsley, Waresley and Great Gransden in the south. In the west it reaches as far as Kimbolton, Tilbrook and Covington and extends eastwards to include St Ives, Fenstanton and Hilton. For more information see the Ordinance Survey webpage:- https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/election-maps/gb/?x=516323&y=269290&z=4&bnd1=WMC&bnd2=&labels=off
The North West Cambridgeshire Constituency at its northern end includes Glinton, it then skirts to the west of Peterborough to include Orton Longueville. It stretches south west to include Sawtry and as far as the villages of Keyston, Catworth, Stow Longa and Ellington. It extends south east to include Ramsey and Fenton, and reaches as far as Earith, Bluntisham and Needingworth
For more information see the Ordinance Survey webpage:- https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/election-maps/gb/?x=521579&y=288177&z=3&bnd1=WMC&bnd2=&labels=off