John Whittingdale has represented Maldon in Parliament since 1992. On this website, you will find how to contact him as well as examples of some issues and projects he has recently been involved with.
There are also links to the local Councils and other local information which should be of use to you if you live in the District. If you are a constituent and would like to get in touch, John would be very happy to hear from you. If you are an organiser of a local group, a teacher at a local school, or involved in a local business which you feel would benefit from a visit or a meeting, do let John know.
The majority of the former Maldon and East Chelmsford constituency forms the basis of the new Maldon seat. Additionally, the areas around South Woodham Ferrers come in from the former Rayleigh constituency and Stock and Margaretting are added from the former West Chelmsford constituency. Other wards from the previous Maldon and East Chelmsford form parts of the new Witham and Chelmsford constituencies which are represented by John's colleagues Priti Patel and Simon Burns.
The electoral wards used in the redrawn Maldon constituency are;
Althorne, Burnham-on-Crouch North, Burnham-on-Crouch South, Heybridge East, Heybridge West, Maldon, Essex East, Maldon North, Maldon South, Maldon West, Mayland, Purleigh, Southminster and Tillingham from Maldon district. Bicknacre and East and West Hanningfield, Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon, Rettendon and Runwell, South Hanningfield, Stock and Margaretting, South Woodham Ferrers, Chetwood and Collingwood, and Elmwood and Woodville from Chelmsford district.