Following the 2023 boundary changes, Huntingdonshire is spread across three Westminster constituencies: St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon and North West Cambridgeshire.

We’re looking to improve our performance across the whole of Huntingdonshire.

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Constituencies map

St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire
The new constituency of St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire brings together some wards in the south and west of Huntingdonshire and some from South Cambridgeshire creating a constituency stretching from St Neots to Girton.

Ian Sollom is the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire, which brings together the wards of:

  • Fenstanton
  • Great Paxton
  • St Neots East
  • St Neots Eatons
  • St Neots Eynesbury
  • St Neots Priory Park & Little Paxton
  • Bar Hill
  • Caldecote
  • Cambourne
  • Caxton & Papworth
  • Girton
  • Histon & Impington
  • Longstanton
  • Over & Willingham
  • Swavesey


Mark Argent is the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Huntingdon. This now includes some wards from North West Cambridgeshire, and the full list is:

  • Alconbury
  • Brampton
  • Buckden
  • Godmanchester & Hemingford Abbots
  • Great Staughton
  • Hemingford Grey & Houghton
  • Holywell-cum-Needingworth
  • Huntingdon East
  • Huntingdon North
  • Kimbolton
  • Sawtry
  • Somersham
  • St. Ives East
  • St. Ives South
  • St. Ives West
  • The Stukeleys
  • Warboys


North West Cambridgeshire
We’re looking forward to news of the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North West Cambridgeshire. Much of this constituency is in Peterborough District. It comprises:

  • Ramsey
  • Stilton, Folksworth & Washingley
  • Yaxley
  • Barnack
  • Fletton & Stanground
  • Fletton & Woodston
  • Glinton & Castor
  • Hampton Vale
  • Hargate & Hempsted
  • Orton Longueville
  • Orton Waterville
  • Stanground South
  • Wittering

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