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Census 1981 small area statistics [by district council for] West Yorkshire

Census 1981 small area statistics [by district council for] West Yorkshire

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Published by Office of Population Censuses and Surveys in [S.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementOffice of Population Censuses and Surveys.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19840151M

Almost all of the historic Yorkshire county is in Yorkshire and the Humber, with the exception of a small area in the north of Yorkshire which is today a part of the North East England region, and a few small areas in the west which are a part of the North West England region. It is currently run by a Labour administration. The civil parish was abolished in The borough is a member of the Tees Valley combined authority area. Ecclesfield wards of the City of Sheffield had a population of 35, in Ryedale census profile PDF, 2 pages, kb Ward Profiles Ward profiles and a profile of Ryedale will be available following compilation of all data on this page and at all the Council offices and libraries in Ryedale.

The place-name refers to a lea or meadow and not to the grain-producing plant. Mary's church, one of the smallest churches in Britain, which holds only about 30 people. It is the alleged site of the battle between an invading Anglo Saxon army, under Cerdic and a British army under Natanleod in the year Although the indexes are not yet complete for all years and districts, we hope that the database will eventually cover all Yorkshire births, marriages and deaths from

The to census returns are available to view on microfilm at several libraries around the county. Binsted is a village and large civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It takes its name from the River Amber and covers a semi-rural area with a number of small towns whose economy was formerly based on coal mining and engineering. There is additional Census local authority data in the 'Download the data' section.


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Census 1981 small area statistics [by district council for] West Yorkshire book

Births searches have now been updated to allow you to search by mother's maiden name only. The village is just north of the River Wensum, which forms the southern boundary of the parish. The population of the civil parish at the census was The settlement was recorded as Wachfeld in the Domesday Book ofand covered a much greater area than present day Wakefield, much of which was described as "waste".

If you spot any issues, please Contact Us. Alton means "old farm", suggesting that it had been established before Ravenstone. Before the election, the council had been under no overall control since A right honest man shall fare well for 2d.

Population of Yorkshire The population of Yorkshire is 5, people latest available data. Key Statistics The key statistics from the Censusat a Ward and Parish level, have now been released.

It forms part of the Bolsover constituency. Snibston is an area east of Ravenstone, north west Leicestershire, in the English Midlands. It is named after its largest settlement, the town of Chorley.

The name is derived from the Celtic Clun for a river. These contain names of householders. If you have any comments or queries regarding this web-site, or wish to contact us, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Here is a list of regions and counties in Yorkshire and Humber by population. Retrieved 23 March To the north and east Leeds is bordered by North Yorkshire : Harrogate district to the north and Selby district to the east.

For example, St. Homes not bought by occupants under the Right to Buy scheme were transferred to a registered social landlord, Wakefield and District Housing WDH in Office for National Statistics.

Regional ethnic diversity

The population from the census was included in the civil parish of Ellistown and Battleflat. Nomis provides the official labour market statistics for local and national areas and provides profiles of wards, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies. The ethnic categories used in this data The Census uses a standard set of ethnic groups to collect and classify ethnicity data.

The Councils Table 3 below shows the differences that can exist between the population of a town and the population of the council with the same name at the Census.

Climate data for Wakefield. It lies about 4. The population of the civil parish was at the census, rising to at the census. This industrial part of Snibston was subsequently subsumed into the developing town of Coalville, though small rural areas of Snibston survive within the civil parishes of Ravenstone with Snibston and Hugglescote and Donington le Heath.

David's with about residents is the smallest town with city status in the UK and hence claims the title of the "UK's smallest city". Most of it is now demolished.Click on the hyperlinks for direct access to key graphs and tables.

Total Population to Population grew from 73, in toin Age Structure, in 5-year bands, from to Inonly per cent of the population were aged 65 and over, but by per cent were.

Infant Mortality Rate to The highest rate recorded was infant deaths. Ravenstone is a small rural cluster village with a population ofsituated just off the A road between Coalville and Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in North West Leicestershire, and within the National Forest, England.

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From the census the population was included in the civil parish of Ravenstone wi. Mar 29,  · The report contains statistics on a broad range of demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the population in at the District Council district level. Population characteristics like age, sex and marital status, and household characteristics like household size, household income, type and tenure of accommodation are included.

An LSOA is a geographical area used in the census, designed to improve the reporting of small area statistics. LSOAs are based on population and, on average, contain about people.

Business. When people visit any of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's websites we collect some standard internet usage information, and details of.

May 15,  · We use this information to create profiles for various areas in North Yorkshire. Similar profiles are also available from Data North Yorkshire using census data. Information from older censuses including and are available by contacting [email protected] UK Data Service Census Support.

The Census Support service is composed of data specialists who focus on making a wide range of data from the contemporary censuses from to as accessible as possible to research users.