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South Buckinghamshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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County  Buckinghamshire
Number of members  1
Created from  Aylesbury and Eton & Slough
Replaced by  Aylesbury, Eton and Slough, Beaconsfield, Chesham and Amersham

South Buckinghamshire was a parliamentary constituency in the county of Buckinghamshire, England. From 1950 to 1974, it returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first-past-the-post voting system.



The constituency was created in 1950 as part of the first general review of seats by a permanent Boundary Commission for England which had been established in 1944. Before 1950 the area had been split between the constituencies of Aylesbury and Eton & Slough.

The constituency existed until the February 1974 general election, when major boundary changes split the area between the new constituencies of Beaconsfield and Chesham & Amersham.


The Urban District of Beaconsfield, the Rural District of Eton, and in the Rural District of Amersham the civil parishes of Amersham, Chalfont St Giles, Chalfont St Peter, Chenies, Chesham Bois, Coleshill, Penn, and Seer Green.

South Buckinghamshire was a county constituency and a division of the administrative county of Buckinghamshire. It comprised part of southern Buckinghamshire, bordering Aylesbury to the north, Wycombe to the west and Eton and Slough to the south.


South Buckinghamshire (UK Parliament constituency) Wikipedia

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