The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is a former constituency. It ceased to exist following the boundary change in 2024. It was located in the South West region of England. The seat was last held by Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative) between 6 May 2010 to 30 May 2024.

The dissolution of Parliament took place on 30th May 2024. There are currently no MPs – all seats in the House of Commons are vacant until after the general election on 4th July 2024. Find information on former members who were MPs at the time Parliament dissolved.

Find your constituency for the general election.

2019 General Election

The 2019 General Election was held on 12 December 2019. A total of 4 candidates ran for election.

Summary

CON
Conservative Hold
Majority
20,214
Electorate
81,939
Turnout
74.7%

You can view more detailed information about this election result on the election result pages.

Share of the vote

The graph below shows the share of the vote across all the candidates.

Breakdown

The table below shows the individual vote breakdown for each candidate.

Candidate/Party Votes Share Change
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Conservative
35,484 58.0% -2.6%
Liz Webster
Liberal Democrat
15,270 25.0% 8.6%
Alan Mackenzie
Labour
7,110 11.6% -6.3%
Sabrina Poole
Green Party
3,312 5.4% 2.5%