Sheffield Park (UK Parliament constituency)

Sheffield Park was a Parliamentary constituency in the City of Sheffield, England. The constituency was created in 1918 and abolished in 1983. The area formerly covered by this constituency is now mostly in the Sheffield Central constituency.

Parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom, 1918–1983
Sheffield Park
Former Borough constituency
for the House of Commons
County West Riding of Yorkshire, then South Yorkshire
19181983
Replaced by Sheffield Heeley and Sheffield Central[1]
Created from Sheffield Attercliffe, Sheffield Ecclesall and Sheffield Central

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1918–1950: The County Borough of Sheffield wards of Heeley and Park.

1950–1955: The County Borough of Sheffield wards of Manor, Moor, Park, and Sharrow.

1955–1974: The County Borough of Sheffield wards of Burngreave, Manor, Moor, and Park.

1974–1983: The County Borough of Sheffield wards of Burngreave, Castle, Manor, Park, and Sharrow.

Election Member Party
1918 Henry Stephenson Liberal
1922 National Liberal
1923 Richard Storry Deans Conservative and Liberal Unionist
1929 George Lathan Labour
1931 Sir Arthur Benn, later Baron Glenravel Conservative and Liberal Unionist
1935 George Lathan Labour
1942 by-election Thomas Burden Labour
1950 Fred Mulley Labour
1983 constituency abolished: see Sheffield Central

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