The Constituency of
Christ Church East Central

 

Polling Division Location
YA1 Vauxhall Methodist Church
YA2 Edey Village Church of God
YA3 Garfield Sobers Gymnasium
YB1 Christ Church Girls’ School
YB2 Christ Church Girls’ School
YB3 Christ Church Girls’ School
YC1 Milton Lynch Primary School
YC2 Milton Lynch Primary School
YC3 Milton Lynch Primary School
YC4 Milton Lynch Primary School

From the outlet of the Scantlebury River on the western sea  coast and along the Speightstown southern and then eastern boundary to the point crossed by Farm Road; thence in a northerly direction along  the Speightstown eastern boundary to its junction with Highway 1 at Oban; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of  Highway 1(the Ashton Hall Road) to its junction with the Ronald Mapp Highway (the Bakers–Mile-and-a-Quarter Road); thence in a southerly direction along the middle of the Ronald Mapp Highway to its junction with the public road leading to Black Bess and Rock Hall; then in a generally south easterly direction along this road to the junction with the unclassified road leading to Black Bess and Mangrove Plantations; thence in a south easterly direction along  this road to the  point where it forks; thence in an easterly direction (passing to the south of Mangrove Plantation) to the end of the road and then continuing in an easterly direction along the plantation track to the point in the centre of the track opposite a monument (B.4) placed on the southern side of the track; then continuing in an easterly direction to its junction with a public road leading from Rock Hall Plantation to Rock Hall Village and a track leading to Roebuck Village; thence along this track in a generally northerly direction to its junction at Roebuck with Indian Ground–Four Hill Road; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of Indian Ground–Four Hill Road to its junction with the public road leading from Orange Hill Plantation to Welch Town Plantation; thence continuing in a northerly direction along the Orange Hill Plantation–Welch Town Plantation Road; thence in a northerly direction along the Farley Hill–Portland Road to its junction with Mile–and–a– Quarter–Diamond Corner Road; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Mile–and–a–Quarter–Diamond Corner Road to its junction with the Diamond Corner–Cherry Tree Hill–Morgan Lewis Road; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Diamond Corner–Cherry Tree Hill–Morgan Lewis Road to its junction with a public road leading to Boscobel; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of a public road leading to Boscobel to its junction with a private road leading to Foster’s Funland; thence generally easterly along this road and along the southern section of the loop at the end; thence continuing in an easterly direction to the sea coast; thence in a northerly direction along the sea coast to a point on the coast road north of Pico Teneriffe and east of the point at which the public road leading to Boscobel begins to turn in a south easterly direction, in a straight line to this point; thence in a westerly direction along this public road from Boscobel to its junction with the Grave Yard–Lamberts Road; thence continuing in a westerly direction along the Grave Yard–Lamberts Road to its junction with the Lamberts–Alexandra–Luke Hill Road; thence in a northerly, then westerly and south westerly direction along the middle of the Lamberts–Alexandra–Luke Hill Road to its junction with Charles Duncan Oneale Highway and the private road leading to Alleynedale Hall; thence in a westerly direction and diverting along the branch of this private road so as to leave the plantation building in St. Peter and then in a northerly direction to its junction with the Highway 1C (the Colleton–St. Lucy’s Church Road); thence in a south westerly direction along the middle of Highway 1C to its junction with a public road leading to Shermans to Half Moon Fort; thence in a straight line to a point on the coast west of the junction of Highway 1C and the public road leading from Shermans to Half Moon Fort; thence in a southerly direction along the sea coast to a point at which the Scantlebury River touches the coast (the starting point).

Mr. Michael Fields