Wentworth is probably the only village in the country to have its own parliamentary constituency.

Actually the constituency covers a much wider area than Wentworth – taking in many parts of Rotherham. We assume that the constituency name has been retained for historical reasons connected with the political activities of the Wentworth family (see History). If anyone can enlighten us as to the reason this name is still used please get in touch.

The Wentworth MP is currently John Healey (Labour). You can contact him at:-

Constituency Office
79 High Street
Wath upon Dearne
S63 7QB

T: (01709) 875943

Also, he can be contacted through the House of Commons:

House of Commons

Mr. Healey occasionally holds constituency surgeries in the village.

Further information, including advice surgery times, can be found at

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