Our local party for members living in the north and north-east of Oxfordshire is Banbury Liberal Democrats.
Our candidate for the 2019 General Election is Cllr Tim Bearder. Tim grew up in the constituency, went to school in Bicester and worked for 12 years at BBC Oxford so knows the area like the back of his hand. If you would like to help Tim's campaign please register to volunteer or make a generous donation.
Banbury constituency in Oxfordshire
The Banbury constituency covers the north and north-east of Oxfordshire. Outside of the towns of Banbury and Bicester, it is mostly rural with many small villages sitting in beautiful countryside. The local government district is Cherwell, although the constituency excludes some parts of Cherwell such as Kidlington and neighbouring villages on the outskirts of Oxford (which sit within the Oxford West and Abingdon constituency), and some smaller villages to the north-east of Oxford that lie in the Henley constituency.
The Cherwell District Council wards within the Banbury constituency comprise Adderbury, Ambrosden and Chesterton, Banbury Calthorpe, Banbury Easington, Banbury Grimsbury and Castle, Banbury Hardwick, Banbury Neithrop, Banbury Ruscote, Bicester East, Bicester North, Bicester South, Bicester Town, Bicester West, Bloxham and Bodicote, Caversfield, Cropredy, Deddington, Fringford, Hook Norton, Launton, Sibford, The Astons and Heyfords, and Wroxton.