The Cheshire West and Chester Liberal Democrats have candidates for the next general election across all of the constituencies in the region. 


Residents of Cheshire West and Chester Council are split between six UK parliamentary constituencies, following the Boundary Commission review.

Constituency Major Towns and Villages Our Candidate
Chester North and Neston Chester City Centre, Neston, Blacon, Great Boughton, Mollington, Newton, Parkgate, Saughall, Upton, Willaston and Thornton Stephen Gribbon
Chester South and Eddisbury South Chester (Lache and Handbridge Park), Christleton and Huntington, Tarporley, Farndon, Malpas, Tarvin, Kelsall, Weaver, Cuddington and Sandiway.
In addition, the Cheshire East villages of Audlem, Bunbury, Wrenbury and Wybunbury are in this constituency
Rob Herd
Ellesmere Port and Bromborough Ellesmere Port and Whitby Park
In addition, the Wirral Borough communities of Bromborough and Eastham are in this constituency
Chris Carubia
Mid Cheshire Northwich, Winsford, Hartford, Moulton and Davenham.
In addition, the Cheshire East town of Middlewich is in this constituency
Jack Price-Harbach
Runcorn and Helsby Frodsham, Helsby, Kingsley, Mouldsworth, Mickle Trafford and Dunham
In addition, Runcorn and the surrounding villages of Daresbury, Norton, Beechwood and Preston Brook are in this constituency
Chris Rowe
Tatton Marbury, Anderton, Lostock Gralam, Lower Poever, Byley and Sproston Green
In addition, Lymm and Thelwall from Warrington, and Alderley Edge, Chelford, Handforth, High Legh, Knutsford, Mobberley and  Wilmslow from Cheshire East are in this constitency
Jonathan Smith


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