South Ribble is a parliamentary constituency in Lancashire, England, with a population of around 109,057. It is located in the North West of England, neighbouring Preston, Ribble Valley, Southport and Chorley.
The constituency contains a wealth of picturesque villages, including: Cuerdale, Farington, Hutton, Little Hoole, Longton, New Longton, Much Hoole, Samlesbury, Bretherton, Eccleston, Moss Side, Tarleton, Becconsall, Croston, Banks, Walmer Bridge, Holmeswood, Rufford and towns such as Leyland and Penwortham.
Farming and the defence industry are major contributors to the local economy, but there are other successful companies that are based in the constituency Huntapac Produce Ltd, Bryan's Salads based in Tarleton, Dr Oetker and Fiddlers Lancashire Crisp.
South Ribble also has numerous attractions to offer tourists, including the historic Rufford Old Hall, and award winning parks such as Worden Park, Hurst Grange Park Coach House in Penwortham, and Longton Brickcroft Nature Reserve.