Parish | Statistics for the Diocese of Salford

Parish of St Anne, Crumpsall

Overview

Population
As of 30th June 2014, population of the parish of St Anne, Crumpsall was estimated at 24k. This was 3.1% higher than 2011 estimate and 31.9% higher than 2001 estimate.

Religion
In 2011 Christians made up 29.8% of the population, Muslims - 44.9% and population declaring 'no religion' accounted for 8.6%. Between 2001 and 2011, Christian population decreased by 0.7k, while group declaring Muslim belief increased by 5.4k and population declaring 'no religion' rose by 0.5k.

Please note if the change is less than 50 individuals or 0.1% it will be shown as zero.

Age profile
The chart below shows the age profile of the parish population.

 

Table 1: Age distribution, 2011
Under 7 8 to 17 18 to 35 36 to 64 65 and over
14% 14% 29% 32% 11%

Households and families

Households
The total number of households in the parish is estimated at 8k, of which 40% do not have access to the car. Of all households, 54% are occupied by a family and 33% are one person households. About 13% of households falls into 'other' category, including student and shared households.

Marital status
The chart and table below give detail of declared marital status for the population of all usual residents aged over 16 (17k).

Table 2: Marital status, 2011
Single Married Divorced Widowed
37% 47% 10% 6%

Family composition
Of the households occupied by a single family, 61% are married couples, 11% are cohabiting and 21% are lone parents. Overall, 57% of families have dependant children. Families with all members aged over 65 made up 7% of all families.

Economic activity & Occupation

Overview
Of the working age population (aged between 16 and 74) in the parish, 50% of resident declared their main economic activity as working, 14% as being a student and 9% as being retired.

Table 3: Economic activity, 2011
Working age population Working Unemployed Student Retired Other
16k 50% 6% 14% 9% 21%

Occupation
It is estimated that in 2011, 53% of working age population was in employment. This includes, for example, full-time students having weekend job, although their main economic activity is not classed as 'Working'. The table below gives the details of the occupation, based on the job title of job in which they worked most hours in the week before the Census.

Table 4: Occupation, 2011
Professional / Management 25%
Skilled 17%
Leisure and services 33%
Manual 25%

Output Area Classification

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) developed classification of output areas, based on Census 2011 data and aiming to place each Output Area in the UK into one of eight super-groups, characterising socio-economic make-up of each area. The table below shows the proprtion of parish population living in each of the groups. The descriptions of the groups are available from ONS website.

Table 5: Output Area Classification, 2011
Constrained City Dwellers 1%
Urbanities 4%
Hard Pressed Living 0%
Suburbanities 8%
Multicultural Metropolitans 81%
Ethnicity Central 6%
Cosmopolitans 0%
Rural Residents 0%



Last updated: 23rd July 2016