Sheffield Attercliffe (UK Parliament constituency)

Sheffield Attercliffe (UK Parliament Constituency)

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Sheffield Attercliffe (UK Parliament constituency)

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Sheffield Attercliffe was a parliamentary constituency in the City of Sheffield. It was created at the 1885 general election and abolished at the 2010 general election, when it was replaced by a new Sheffield South East constituency.

Boundaries

From 1997, Sheffield Attercliffe covered much of east and south east the city including the wards of Beighton, Birley, Darnall, Mosborough, Woodhouse, and parts of Richmond ward. It bordered the constituencies of North East Derbyshire, Rotherham, Rother Valley, Sheffield Brightside, Sheffield Central and Sheffield Heeley.

History

Sheffield Attercliffe constituency was created when the two-seat Sheffield constituency was split into five single-member seats in 1885.

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