Worcester Park Government
This page will help you find your way around the complicated Local Council, United Kingdom Parliament and European Parliament constituencies that provide Worcester Park’s government.
It is difficult to define Worcester Park exactly but if you have any issues with the seats and wards we have included, or you spot any errors, please contact us.
Worcester Park straddles
- 3 local councils,
- 3 UK parliamentary constituencies, and
- 2 European Parliament constituencies.
This complication leads to Worcester Park being represented by
- 12 Councillors across 4 Wards,
- 3 Members of Parliament,
- 18 MEPs representing the London and South East constituencies.
To visualise the problem you can take a look at our Worcester Park Election Map.
Worcester Park Local Government
London Borough of Sutton Wards
Worcester Park Ward
Worcester Park Ward Councillors
Election results for Worcester Park Ward
London Borough of Sutton Council Election – Thursday, 22nd May, 2014
Worcester Park Ward By-election – Thursday, 16th February, 2012
London Borough of Sutton Council Election – Thursday, 6th May, 2010
Nonsuch Ward Councillors
Election results for Nonsuch Ward
London Borough of Kingston Wards
Old Malden Ward
Old Malden Ward Councillors
Election results for Old Malden Ward
Surrey County, Epsom and Ewell Wards
Cuddington Ward Councillors
Election results for Cuddington Ward
Worcester Park National Government
Sutton, Cheam & Worcester Park Constituency
Paul Scully, MP for Sutton, Cheam & Worcester Park Conservative party.
Kingston & Surbiton Constituency
James Berry, MP for Kingston & Surbiton Conservative party.
Epsom & Ewell Constituency
Chris Grayling, MP for Epsom and Ewell Conservative party.
Worcester Park European Government
Worcester Park is represented by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in both the London and South East constituencies.
You can list the MEPs on the European Parliament web site.