The Broadland Parliamentary Constituency was set up in 2010 and takes its name from the local government district, from which 20 electoral wards were taken. Six wards from North Norfolk district were also used in the creation of this seat.
The Parliamentary Constituency of Broadland is made up of the Broadland District wards of Acle, Aylsham, Blofield with South Walsham, Brundall, Burlingham, Buxton, Coltishall, Drayton North, Drayton South, Eynesford, Great Witchingham, Hevingham, Horsford and Felthorpe, Marshes, Plumstead, Reepham, Spixworth with St Faiths, Taverham North, Taverham South, and Wroxham, plus the North Norfolk district wards of Astley, Lancaster North, Lancaster South, The Raynhams, Walsingham, and Wensum.
We are a very large rural constituency stretching from near Great Yarmouth in the east almost to Wells-next-the Sea in the north west.
Wikipedia entry — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadland_(UK_Parliament_constituency)
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