Wells and Mendip Hills Constituency

Helen Hims Wells and Mendip Hills Constituency Reform UK PPC

Candidate - Helen Hims

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Biography:

I was born & grew up in Kent, and spent my early adult life in Sussex working for the NHS and the airline industry at Gatwick.  I moved to Somerset in the mid 1990's and have lived in the beautiful village of Shipham ever since, where my husband and I brought up our large family and run a busy local business.  

I've been active in politics since 2012, and stood in Wells constituency as the Parliamentary Candidate for UKIP in 2015 (where we secured 3rd place).  I was also Wells Branch and Somerset County Chairman. 

In 2016 during the EU referendum, I acted as Somerset group leader for both Leave.EU and Vote Leave, and in 2019 I took on the role of SW Regional Manager for The Brexit Party (later Reform UK) helping to secure our victory in the European elections.

Wells and Mendip Hills Constituency Map

Wells and Mendip Hills Constituency Map

Constituency Information

Electorate: 69843

Boundary changes has had quite a dramatic effect on our constituency geography.  
Wells and Mendip Hills constituency now consists generally of the following areas:

    • The majority of the old Wells constituency (minus Burnham, Highbridge & Glastonbury).
    • Blagdon, Churchill, Congresbury, Puxton & Winscombe (previously in Weston-super-Mare)
    • Huntspill & King Alfred (previously in Bridgwater & West Somerset)

Yatton (previously in North Somerset)

Wards:

1 Banwell & Winscombe

2 Blagdon & Churchill

3 Congresbury & Puxton

4 Yatton

5 Brent

6 Cheddar

7 Huntspill

8 King Alfred

9 Mendip Hills

10 Mendip South

11 Mendip West

12 Shepton Mallet

13 Wells

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