The non-metropolitan county of Durham was divided into 63 electoral divisions, composed of wards, parishes and parish wards, as set out by Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 176, The County of Durham (Electoral Changes) Order 2005. This is now superseded by the 2009 structural changes to local government, which combined the districts of Chester-le-Street, Derwentside, Easington, Teesdale and Wear Valley, the borough of Sedgefield and the City of Durham into a single unitary authority of Durham.

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  • The non-metropolitan county of Durham was divided into 63 electoral divisions, composed of wards, parishes and parish wards, as set out by Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 176, The County of Durham (Electoral Changes) Order 2005. This is now superseded by the 2009 structural changes to local government, which combined the districts of Chester-le-Street, Derwentside, Easington, Teesdale and Wear Valley, the borough of Sedgefield and the City of Durham into a single unitary authority of Durham. The names of the electoral divisions (from Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 176, The County of Durham (Electoral Changes) Order 2005) and the areas they cover are given below. (en)
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  • The non-metropolitan county of Durham was divided into 63 electoral divisions, composed of wards, parishes and parish wards, as set out by Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 176, The County of Durham (Electoral Changes) Order 2005. This is now superseded by the 2009 structural changes to local government, which combined the districts of Chester-le-Street, Derwentside, Easington, Teesdale and Wear Valley, the borough of Sedgefield and the City of Durham into a single unitary authority of Durham. (en)
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  • History of local government districts in Durham (en)
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