Map of Luddendenfoot ward, reproduced by permission of Ordnance Survey. (updated: one off)
The Luddendenfoot ward dataset includes the ward map; demographic profile; Public Health England local health report; Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) factsheet; Public health data; elections data and maps; anti-poverty data; and other ward data.
Luddendenfoot ward is to the west of Halifax, and is the third largest ward. It includes extensive areas of open moorland through which Luddenden Dene and Cragg Vale cut wooded valleys. The largest town is Mytholmroyd, and smaller settlements include Wainstalls, Midgley, Booth, Luddenden, Luddendenfoot and Cragg Vale. The Calder Valley bisects the ward east to west, where most of the industry and the main transport routes (road and rail) are located. There is a railway station at Mytholmroyd.
For schools data at ward level, see Schools data by ward.
English Indices of Deprivation 2019 factsheet for the Luddendenfoot ward. Information for the whole of the Calderdale district can be found at Calderdale IMD 2019 results (https://dataworks.calderdale.gov.uk/dataset/calderdale-imd-2019-results) and on the Calderdale IoD 2019 dashboards (https://dataworks.calderdale.gov.uk/dashboards/iod/).
Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2015 factsheet for the Luddendenfoot ward. Information for the whole Calderdale district can be found at Calderdale IMD 2015 results at LSOA, Neighbourhood and Ward (updated: one off): https://dataworks.calderdale.gov.uk/dataset/calderdale-imd-2015-results-at-lsoa--neighbourhood-and-ward