Election 2015: All you need to know about Mole Valley constituency

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Voters will be going to the polls in May to decide who should be the next member of parliament for Mole Valley

12:12, 26 March 2015 By David Stubbings

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Who will Mole Valley residents send to parliament?

Conservative Sir Paul Beresford is the current MP and has represented the constituency for 18 years, having first been elected in 1997 when he replaced Kenneth Baker.

Here is everything you need to know about election day in Mole Valley.

Candidates
Leonard Amos – Labour
Sir Paul Beresford (incumbent) – Conservative
Jacquetta Fewster – Green Party
Paul Kennedy – Liberal Democrat
Paul Oakley – UK Independence Party

Polling day
Thursday May 7 from 7am-10pm

Polling stations
Rear of Follett Hall, United Reformed Church, Church Street, Dorking
St Joseph’s Church Hall, Falkland Grove, Dorking
St Paul’s Church, St Paul’s Road West, Dorking
The Mayflower Centre, Lyons Court, Dorking
The Hut, Furlong Road, Westcott
The Reading Room, Guildford Road, Westcott
Harvest Community Church, Stubs Hill, Dorking
Chart Downs Community Centre, Chart Downs, Dorking
North Holmwood Village Hall, Spook Hill, North Holmwood
South Holmwood Village Hall, Warwick Road, South Holmwood
Beare Green Village Hall, Merebank, Beare Green
Mickleham Village Hall, Dell Close, Mickleham
The Stepping Stones, Westhumble Street, Westhumble
St Mary`s Church, Pixham, Pixham Lane, Dorking
St Andrews Church, Box Hill Road
Headley Village Hall, Church Lane, Headley
Brockham Village Hall, Brockham Green, Brockham
The Hamilton Room, Church Street, Betchworth
Buckland Reading Room, Old Road, Buckland
Capel Memorial Hall, 55 The Street, Capel
Newdigate Village Hall, Kingsland, Newdigate
Abbots Pass Hall, Bunce Common Road, Leigh
Charlwood Parish Hall, 92 The Street, Charlwood
Hookwood Memorial Hall, Withey Meadows, Hookwood
Forest Green Village Hall, Horsham Road, Forest Green
Okewood Hill Village Hall, Honeywood Lane, Oakwood Hill
Ockley Village Hall, Stane Street, Ockley
Abinger Hammer Village Hall, Felday Road, Abinger Hammer
Evelyn Hall, Abinger Lane, Abinger Common
John Venus Hall, Broomehall Road, Coldharbour
St. Barnabas Old School, Ranmore Common, Dorking
Wotton Village Hall, Guildford Road, Wotton
Ashtead Baptist Church Hall, Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead
Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Ralli Room, Woodfield Lane, Ashtead
Greville Primary School, Stonny Croft, Ashtead
Little Bookham Village Hall, Little Bookham Street, Bookham
Old Barn Hall, (Waterfield Room), 55 Church Road, Bookham
Bookham Youth Centre, Lower Road, Bookham
Bookham Baptist Church Hall, Lower Road, Bookham
South Bookham SPACE, Dorking Road, Bookham
Guide HQ, Durleston Park Drive, (Junc Keswick Road)
Fetcham Village Hall, The Street, Fetcham
Fetcham Reading Room, 181 Cobham Road, Fetcham
Cannon Court Evangelical Church, Cannonside, Fetcham
St Marys Church Hall, The Ridgeway, Fetcham
Bridge Street Youth Centre, off Aperdele Road/Kingston Road, Leatherhead
North Leatherhead Community Centre, Kingston Road, Leatherhead
Catholic Church Hall, (Main Hall), Copthorne Road, Leatherhead
St Mary’s Church Hall, Church Road, Leatherhead
Christ Church Hall, Epsom Road, Leatherhead
East Clandon Village Hall, The Street, East Clandon
West Clandon Village Hall, The Street, West Clandon
St Martins Church Hall, Ockham Road South, East Horsley
Horsley Library, Parade Court, East Horsley
St Martin’s Community Hall, Forest Road, East Horsley
The Raleigh School, Northcote Crescent, West Horsley
West Horsley Village Hall, The Street, West Horsley
King George V Hall, Browns Lane, Effingham
The Rovers Den, (Next To the Parish Room), Ockham Lane, Ockham
Ripley Village Hall Annexe, High Street, Ripley
Royal Horticultural Society Sports Pavilion, Wisley Lane
Lancaster Hall, Send Road, Send
Chilworth Village Hall, New Road
Albury Village Hall, The Street
Peaslake Memorial Hall, Walking Bottom
Holmbury St Mary Village Hall, Felday Glade

POLLING STATIONS
The count
Votes will be counted throughout the night at Dorking Leisure Centre. Invite only.

What happened last time?
Result:

Sir Paul Beresford – Conservative – 31,263 (57.5%)
Alice Humphreys – Liberal Democrat – 15,610 (28.7%)
James Dove – Labour – 3,804 (7%)
Leigh Jones – UK Independence Party – 2,752 (5.1%)
Rob Sedgwick – Green Party – 895 (1.6%)
Majority – 15,653 (28.8%)
Turnout:

54,324 (74.8%)
Up 3.4% on 2005
Constituency history
Formed in 1983, the seat of Mole Valley has been a Conservative stronghold with the Tories winning the seat every time.