The parliamentary constituency of Monmouth consists of the electoral divisions of:
1) The County of Monmouthshire: Caerwent, Cantref, Castle, Croesonen, Crucorney, Devauden, Dixton with Osbaston, Drybridge, Goetre Fawr, Grofield, Lansdown, Larkfield, Llanbadoc, Llanelly Hill, Llanfoist Fawr, Llangybi Fawr, Llanover, Llanetilio Croesseny, Llanweanrth Ultra, Mardy, Priory, Raglan, St Arvans, St Chrisopher's, St Kingsmark, St Mary's, Shirenewton, Thornwell, Trellech United, Usk and Wyesham.
2) The County Borough of Torfaen: Croesyceiliog North, Croesyceiliog South, Llanyrafon East & Ponthir and Llanyrafon West.
There is a total of 67,094 electors.
Monmouthshire is a very picturesque part of Britain. In the gallery above are some photos, a couple of which I have taken myself when walking and cycling in the county. From the dramatic Black Mountains in the north, to the market towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth, through to the rural valleys around Newport and Chepstow on the banks of the River Severn, the Wye Valley & Vale of Usk are true areas of outstanding natural beauty. With captivating castles, bustling market towns, fresh-farm produce, an artisan tradition, generous hospitality, truly amazing places to visit and so much more to offer. It's perfect for those who love the outdoor life and discovering towns and villages packed full of traditional charm and character.