Created 3 years ago, updated 16 days ago

The Calder ward dataset includes the ward map; demographic profile; Public Health England local health report; Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) factsheet; Public health data; a ward hex map; and primary and secondary school census data.

Calder ward is situated in the west of Calderdale and is the largest ward in area. Much of it is open country with high Pennine moorland cut by deep valleys. Hebden Bridge is the main town, and smaller settlements include Heptonstall, Old Town, Pecket Well, Colden, Blackshaw Head and Lumbutts. The ward also covers the built-up area of east Todmorden. The main east to west transport routes (road and rail) bisect the ward along the Calder Valley, with a railway station at Hebden Bridge.

For schools data at ward level, see Schools data by ward.

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Calder ward map  (544.35 kB)

Map of Calder ward, reproduced by permission of Ordnance Survey. (updated: one off)

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Demographic profile of Calder ward, including the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) mid year population statistics, Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2015 income deprivation data, and selected Census 2011 results. (updated: dependent on source data)

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The latest population estimates from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), by ward and for Calderdale. (updated: annually)

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A profile of Calder ward covering subjects including population, child development, lifestyle, mortality, and other health related topics. (updated: dependent on Public Health England)

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Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2015 factsheet for the Calder ward. Information for the whole Calderdale district can be found at Calderdale IMD 2015 results at LSOA, Neighbourhood and Ward . (updated: one off)

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A range of Public health data including population, ethnicity, deprivation, housing, families, life expectancy, accidents, physical and mental health, and older people, plus the Director of Public Health's annual report. (updated: dependent on source data)

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The number of registered electors in Calderdale by ward.
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The profile provides a graphical illustration of how different wards relate to each other, and to Calderdale as a whole, on topics that show how active Calderdale is. These topics include the level of activity in secondary school children, life expectancy at birth, travel to work and school / college, long term health limiting activity, primary school children's weight, and the percentage of residents who exercise for over four hours, 150 minutes or don't exercise each week. (updated: dependent on source data updates)
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This profile provides a graphical illustration of how different wards relate to each other, and to Calderdale as a whole, on topics that describe the economic environment of Calderdale. The topics include the attainment levels, household and personal income, employment rate, Gross value added (GVA), sources of employment, Jobseekers allowance (JSA) and Employment and support allowance (ESA). (updated: dependent on source data updates)

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A graphical illustration of how different MSOAs (Medium super output areas) relate to each other, and to Calderdale as a whole, on topics that cover how income is distributed across Calderdale. The topics include insolvency rates (Bankruptcy orders, Debt relief orders and Individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs)), Deprivation, Household income after housing costs (Percentage of households in poverty after housing costs and Net equivalised weekly household income after housing costs), House possessions claim orders by landlords and mortgage lenders, and the number of people claiming housing benefits.

The dataset also includes a map of the MSOAs and wards in Calderdale. (updated: dependent on source data updates)

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A graphical illustration of how the different wards in Calderdale relate to each other, and to Calderdale as a whole, on topics that can affect the neighbourhood. These include benefits, homelessness, life expectancy, income deprivation, population density and overcrowding. It also includes the figures behind the illustrations. (updated: dependent on source data updates)
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A graphical representation of several data sets at ward level, including population growth and density, the number of jobs, and qualifications, provided by Tom Forth of Imactivate. (updated: dependent on source data)

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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) give all English wards a reference code starting with E, as well as reference codes for Medium super output areas (MSOAs) and Lower super output areas (LSOAs). These are used in census and other statistical data.