The following residential districts form the Walton Park Ward:
Caldecotte, Browns Wood, Old Farm Park, Wavendon Gate, Walnut Tree, Walton Park, Walton Manor (OU site) and Kents Hill. The Ward also includes the industrial districts of Brinklow and Tilbrook.
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There are approximately 10,000 voters registered in the Ward, which is one of the largest of any of the Milton Keynes wards.
There are currently 3 Councillors who represent the Ward on Milton Keynes Council. There are also two Parish Councils covering the area. Kents Hill is covered by the Kents Hill & Monkston Parish Council. The rest of the Ward is covered by the Walton Parish Council.
Walton (historically) was a hamlet that is now a district and civil parish in the Borough of Milton Keynes, ceremonial Buckinghamshire.
The historic hamlet is located about four miles south of Central Milton Keynes and just east of Simpson, mostly along Walton Road in the Walnut Tree district. The H9 Groveway grid road severs a few of its houses into Walton Hall and the V10 Brickhill Street separates the Manor Farm into Walton grid square. The village is first recorded (in the 12th century) as Wauton
The manor house of the village, (Walton Hall) and it chapel of ease, are in the campus grounds of The Open University, in the Walton district.