Borough Council of Wellingborough

Attack on Westminster

As a mark of respect for those killed in the Westminster terror attack yesterday, the Council's union flag is flying at half-mast.

MPs for Wellingborough and Daventry Constituencies

MPs for the Wellingborough and Daventry Constituencies

imageWellingborough Constituency 

The Wellingborough constituency which Peter represents covers the majority of the Borough of Wellingborough, but excludes Earls Barton and the villages in the West Ward (see details on Chris Heaton-Harris), and also extends into parts of East Northamptonshire Council's area covering Rushden, Higham Ferrers, Chelveston and Newton Bromswold.

Peter, who lives in Rushden, was born in 1952, is married to Jennie and has three children.

His first general election campaign was in Islwyn in 1992 where he stood against Neil Kinnock and just failed to win. Peter fought Pudsey in 1997 and Wellingborough in 2001. In October 2002, Peter was re-selected as Parliamentary Spokesman for Wellingborough. He was elected as Member of Parliament for Wellingborough in May 2005 and re-elected in May 2010.

He has held a number of posts within the Conservative Party including that of Association Chairman and Press Secretary.

You can contact Peter at his Wellingborough office:

21 High Street
Wellingborough
Northants
NN8 4JZ
or at
The House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Telephone 01933 279343

Email: bonep@parliament.uk

Telephone of the Conservative Association and Fax number: 01933 271207

Website: Peter Bone.

Daventry Constituency                       Chris Heaton-Harris

Chris Heaton-Harris was elected in May 2010.

The Daventry constituency he represents includes the part of the Borough of Wellingborough covering Earls Barton, Ecton, Mears Ashby and Sywell. 

Chris started his national political career by standing in the 1997 General Election in Leicester South. He also stood there, unsuccessfully again, in the 2004 by-election caused by the untimely death of Jim Marshall MP.

He was Conservative MEP for the East Midlands Region of the UK from June 1999 to June 2009. He held various positions in the European Parliament including that of Chief Whip of the British Conservatives from 2001-2004.

Chris lives in Pitsford, in the Constituency. He became Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Daventry back in June 2006.

You can contact Chris at:

The House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Telephone 020 7219 7048

Email: chris.heatonharris.mp@parliament.uk

Website: Chris Heaton-Harris

More information

  1. MPs for the Wellingborough and Daventry Constituencies (you are here)
  2. About Emergency Telephone Numbers