Rural & urban/average statistics – 28 differences – and some discussion points

Summary & Discussion From the more detailed text that follows later below I’ve drawn out these key points. Rural populations are older and have a larger: a) % of people with physical/mental conditions lasting 12 months or more; b) % of retirees c) % of retirees whose main income is the state pension; d) % … More Rural & urban/average statistics – 28 differences – and some discussion points

Social Mobility insights and ranking for each of England’s 324 Local Authority areas – from a November 2017 report

This Government report from November 2017 – found via a tweet from @RuSource – uses a Social Mobility Index to highlight where, (geographically), people from disadvantaged backgrounds are most and least likely to make social progress. The index uses a range of 16 indicators for every life stage – from the early years through to adulthood … More Social Mobility insights and ranking for each of England’s 324 Local Authority areas – from a November 2017 report

Statistics for your parish – reports from the CofE Statistics Unit

The national church has used the data from the 2011 Census to produce a document, known as a ‘Parish Spotlight’, for each parish in the Church of England. Ideal for informing mission work within your communities, Parish Spotlights also pose a number of questions which could be used as the basis of discussion for PCC … More Statistics for your parish – reports from the CofE Statistics Unit