North Wiltshire Constituency

Originally formed for the 1983 general election, the constituency boundaries changed following the Fifth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies for the 2010 general election. The constituency now covers most of the northern third of Wiltshire excluding the towns of Swindon to the east, and Chippenham to the southwest. This largely farming area includes the towns of Cricklade, Calne, Royal Wootton Basset and Malmesbury along with many villages including the well-known village of Castle Combe.

James Gray was re-elected as the North Wiltshire MPĀ in the 2019 General Election.