The population of this parish is 12,750. It ranks 190 out of 12,508, where 1 is the most deprived parish.

This means that the parish is among the most deprived in the country.

Below you can see where your parish sits on various poverty-related indicators, relative to all other parishes in the country.

You can explore the data in different ways: if you would like to see it in a table, click the ‘view data’ button below; if you would like to see the range in your diocese, click the ‘show diocese data’ button. You can also click on the indicator names to find out how each one is defined and where the data comes from.

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Percentages and ranks Least in Country Least in Diocese This parish Most in Diocese Most in Country
Child Poverty
1% 2% 28%
Ranked 1,147/12,508
(1=most deprived)
59% 64%
Working age poverty
1% 2% 32%
Ranked 248/12,508
41% 50%
Pensioner Poverty
2% 3% 69%
Ranked 3/12,508
69% 71%
Years Highest in Country Highest in Diocese This parish Lowest in Diocese Lowest in Country
Life expectancy (boys)
93 yrs 85 yrs 73 yrs 71 yrs 68 yrs
Life expectancy (girls)
95 yrs 90 yrs 78 yrs 75 yrs 75 yrs
Percentages Least in Country Least in Diocese This parish Most in Diocese Most in Country
No qualifications
0% 4% 39% 48% 63%
Lone parenthood
0% 4% 18% 50% 59%
People living on their own
5% 4% 8% 46% 74%
Older population
0% 2% 5% 38% 59%
Ethnic diversity
1% 1% 94% 94% 97%