Population Change

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Year Change over 10 years
1811 14,978 Show data context
1821 15,229 Show data context
1831 21,638 Show data context
1841 24,014 Show data context
1851 15,142 Show data context
1861 34,284 Show data context
1871 34,284 Show data context
1881 34,284 Show data context
1891 34,728 Show data context
1901 26,173 Show data context
1911 28,480 Show data context
1921 15,653 Show data context
1931 16,373 Show data context
1941 18,635 Show data context
1951 19,560 Show data context
1961 2,815 Show data context
1971 2,875 Show data context
1981 -43,206 Show data context
1991 11,676 Show data context
2001 -15,944 Show data context
Date: Source:
1811 - 2001 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 26th October 2014