Eastwood district within Scotland
|• Succeeded by||East Renfrewshire|
|Government||Eastwood District Council|
The district was named after the larger civil parish of Eastwood, itself named after a long-vanished woodland. The Local Government district was formed from the area of the First District of the former county of Renfrewshire. It was one of nineteen local government districts in the Strathclyde region. The council's headquarters were at Giffnock.
The Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994 abolished all of the districts and regions. The Eastwood District was merged with a few parts of the Renfrew District (the sector covering Barrhead) to form the East Renfrewshire unitary council area.
District result maps
- 1980 results map
- 1984 results map
- 1988 results map
- 1992 results map