The average age of people in Northampton is 37, while the median age is lower at 36. [citation needed], The county was first recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (1011), as Hamtunscire: the scire (shire) of Hamtun (the homestead). Although there are some more affluent areas, Northamptonshire has a high level of poverty. In the last 30 years, the population of Northamptonshire has increased by just over 30% compared to an 18% England average. Northamptonshire has seen one of the biggest population growths in the whole of the UK. [98][99], Northamptonshire is home to 2016 paralympian Ellie Robinson. Total number of Registered Sexual Offenders per 100,000 population 130 This figure has been calculated using the Mid-2019 Population Estimates. 2019 statistics. Despite meeting all the typical stereotypes of a city - a population of over 217,000 and a hub of industry - our beloved Northampton remains a town. 2019-06-30; Northamptonshire: County: 532,500: 584,100: 631,000: 693,967: 753,278: … It has two campuses 2.5 miles (4.0 km) apart and 10,000 students. population £0 £2,000 £4,000 £6,000 £8,000 £10,000 £12,000 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 (Estimates) Total Revenue Expenditure per 1,000 population: Time Series Northamptonshire Average 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% 35.0% t r e w u m f d h a x k z n s Volunteer hours as a % of volunteer hours plus employee hours Population history [1] Annual population change Population Estimate 1981-06-30 Population Estimate 1991-06-30 Population Estimate 2001-06-30 Population Estimate 2011-06-30 Population Estimate 2019-06-30; East Northamptonshire: District: 62,400: 68,300: 76,800: 86,869: 94,527: Great Britain and Northern Ireland: United Kingdom: 56,357,500: 57,438,700: 59,113,000: 63,285,145: 66,796,807 Northamptonshire Councils’ Proposal In mid-2019, the population of the UK was 66.8 million (66,796,807 with a confidence interval of plus or minus 0.2%). In the 2011 census the population of Northampton was 212,069 and is made up of approximately 51% females and 49% males. Our aim is to have the Northampton Borough Council website available for use at all times throughout the year. There are seven competitive swimming clubs in the county: Northampton Swimming Club, Wellingborough Amateur Swimming Club, Rushden Swimming Club, Kettering Amateur Swimming Club, Corby Amateur Swimming Club, Daventry Dolphins Swimming Club, and Nene Valley Swimming Club. Althpugh outdated, these statistics can often be a good indicator of the prosperity of the town and how hard it could be to get employment in the area.The rate of unemployment in Corby is both higher than the average for Northamptonshire and higher than the national average, suggesting that finding a job in this area maybe hard. Sywell Aerodrome, on the edge of Sywell village, has three grass runways and one concrete all-weather runway. Much of Northamptonshire's countryside appears to have remained somewhat intractable with regards to early human occupation, resulting in an apparently sparse population and relatively few finds from the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic periods. About 250,000 residents were affected;[77] by 14 July 2008, 13 cases of cryptosporidiosis attributed to water in Northampton had been reported. The county had a two-tier structure of local government and an elected county council based in Northampton, and was also divided into seven districts each with their own district or borough councils:[34], Northampton itself is the most populous urban district in England not to be administered as a unitary authority (even though several smaller districts are unitary). Before Washington's ancestors moved to Sulgrave, they lived in Warton, Lancashire. This was 1.11% of total United Kingdom population. East Northamptonshire (officially "The District of East Northamptonshire") is a local government district in Northamptonshire, England.Its council is based in Thrapston and Rushden.Other towns include Oundle, Raunds, Irthlingborough and Higham Ferrers.The town of Rushden is by far the largest settlement in the district. [91] Their home ground is Sixfields Stadium which in 1994. [citation needed]. [9], In the 1st century BC, most of what later became Northamptonshire became part of the territory of the Catuvellauni, a Belgic tribe, the Northamptonshire area forming their most northerly possession. The Roman Road Watling Street (now part of the A5) passes through here, as did later canals, railways and major roads. 2. Subjects include traditional arts, humanities and sciences subjects, as well as entrepreneurship, product design and advertising.[74]. Two prominent Brexiteer MPs, Philip Hollobone and Peter Bone represent parts of the county. This area has been identified as an area which is due to have tens of thousands additional homes built between 2010 and 2020. [12] Consequently, it is one of the few counties in England to have both Saxon and Danish town-names and settlements. A large fort was built at Longthorpe. If population growth rate would be same as in period 2011-2014 (+1.09%/year), Kettering population in 2021 would be: 104 580*. Please note that there will be another Census this year, so the council (new North Northants council) should have much more accurate up to date data by the next Equalities Story in January 2022. [citation needed], Corby is served by its own dedicated station, Corby Radio (96.3fm), based in the town and focused on local content.[89]. [citation needed], Most of Northamptonshire is served by the BBC's East region which is based in Norwich. As the county town of Northamptonshire, Northampton is the largest settlement within the unitary authority of West Northamptonshire. [38] One authority, West Northamptonshire, will consist of the existing districts of Daventry, Northampton and South Northamptonshire and the other authority, North Northamptonshire, will consist of Corby, East Northamptonshire, Kettering and Wellingborough districts.[39]. [69] The county's music and performing arts trust provides peripatetic music teaching to schools. The population of the District Council at the 2011 Census was 86,765. 8 . Northampton. There are several towns in the county with Northampton being the largest and most populous. Only two clubs in Northamptonshire have competed in The Football League - Northampton Town and the defunct Rushden & Diamonds. [7] The Soke of Peterborough falls within the historic boundaries of the county, but its area has been part of the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire since 1974. CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (, The Huntingdon and Peterborough Order 1964 (SI 1964/367), see, Components may not sum to totals due to rounding, includes financial intermediation services indirectly measured. The club has reached the 5th round of the FA Cup on 3 occasions, the last being in 1970. Northamptonshire has twenty four football clubs operating in the top ten levels of the English football league system. Historically, Northamptonshire's main industry was manufacturing of boots and shoes. [88], The two main newspapers in the county are the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph and the Northampton Chronicle & Echo. and other organisations working to improve population health and wellbeing. The resident population is increased by university students and the large numbers who visit or travel through the county each year. These services are broadcast from the Moulton Park & Geddington transmitters. Northamptonshire was conquered again in 940, this time by the Vikings of York, who devastated the area, only for the county to be retaken by the English in 942. As of 2010 there are 16 settlements in Northamptonshire with a town charter: Like the rest of the British Isles, Northamptonshire has an oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification). Health headlines include: Following the opening of Corby Station, Rushden then became the largest town in the United Kingdom without a direct railway station. Jane Austen set her 1814 novel Mansfield Park mostly in Northamptonshire. Silverstone is a major motor racing circuit, most notably used for the British Grand Prix. These changes will see the existing county council and district councils abolished and two new unitary authorities created in their place. The county road network, managed by Northamptonshire County Council includes the A45 west of the M1 motorway, the A43 between Northampton and the county boundary near Stamford, the A361 between Kilsby and Banbury (Oxon) and all B, C and Unclassified Roads. Rock and pop bands originating in the area have included Bauhaus, Temples, The Departure, New Cassettes, Raging Speedhorn and Defenestration. The county contains the Appearing in their 3rd final in 4 years, the Steelbacks to beat Durham by 4 wickets at Edgbaston in 2016 to lift the Natwest t20 Blast trophy for the second time. George Washington's ancestor, Lawrence Washington, was Mayor of Northampton on several occasions and it was he who bought Sulgrave Manor from Henry VIII in 1539. The table below shows all towns with over 10,000 inhabitants. International motor racing takes place at Silverstone Circuit[60] and Rockingham Motor Speedway;[61] Santa Pod Raceway is just over the border in Bedfordshire but has a Northants postcode. The regional news television programme, BBC Look East, provides local news across the East of England, Milton Keynes and most of Northamptonshire. Its livestock were celebrated: "Horned cattle, and other animals, are fed to extraordinary sizes: and many horses of the large black breed are reared. [65] The NNDC launched a controversial[66] campaign called North Londonshire to attract people from London to the county. A full release of the 2019 mid-year population estimates including population estimates for areas within Northern Ireland has now been published (11 June 2020). Population change . "[19], Nine years later, the county was described as "a county enjoying the reputation of being one of the healthiest and pleasantest parts of England" although the towns were "of small importance" with the exceptions of Peterborough and Northampton. Nineteen teams compete in the United Counties League (UCL), a league operating at levels 9 and 10 of the English League system, and which encompasses all of Northamptonshire and parts of neighbouring counties. mid-year population estimates (2019), calculated by the Office for National Statistics, set the population at 94,527 (an 8.95% increase in 8 years). By 2024 it is projected that the population of Northamptonshire will have grown to 778,600 (9%) people, Corby is projected to grow by 11,000 people (+16.7%). [63], Northamptonshire forms part of the Milton Keynes and South Midlands Growth area which also includes Milton Keynes, Aylesbury Vale and Bedfordshire. Northamptonshire Limited, it is useful to analyse the extent to which the fortunes of the overall population are changing. If population growth rate would be same as in period 2011-2014 (+0.97%/year), Northamptonshire population in 2021 would be: 764 419*. During the summer of 2019, the Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership will have more information about A section of one of the closed lines, the Northampton to Market Harborough line, is now the Northampton & Lamport heritage railway, while the route as a whole forms a part of the National Cycle Network, as the Brampton Valley Way. BBC Radio Northampton, broadcasts on two FM frequencies: 104.2 MHz for the south and west of the county (including Northampton and surrounding area) and 103.6 MHz for the north of the county (including Kettering, Wellingborough and Corby). The former Kettering and Corby Broadcasting Company (KCBC) station was called Connect Radio (97.2 and 107.4 MHz FM), following a merger with the Wellingborough-based station of the same name. Between 1974 and 2021, Northamptonshire, like most English counties, was divided into a number of local authorities. births,. Scotland had the next highest population… [18], In 1823 Northamptonshire was said to "[enjoy] a very pure and wholesome air" because of its dryness and distance from the sea. Reliable performance is important in order to encourage and maintain the … In summer, the county hosted "a great number of wealthy families... country seats and villas are to be seen at every step. Corby was described as the largest town in Britain without a railway station. Stagecoach's X4 route provides interurban links across the county, running between Northampton, Wellingborough, Kettering, Corby, Oundle, and Peterborough. Since 2009 these highways have been managed on behalf of the county council by MGWSP, a joint venture between May Gurney and WSP. [citation needed], The Soke of Peterborough is within the historic county of Northamptonshire, although it had had a separate county council since 1889 and separate courts of quarter sessions before then. The local specialisation was shoemaking and the leather industry and became one of Britain's major centres for these crafts by the 19th century. [27] However, Peterborough had its own courts of quarter sessions and, later, county council. Figure 2: Options considered against the criteria by Northamptonshire councils . Population mid-2019: 66,796,807: 56,286,961: 3,152,879: 5,463,300: 1,893,667: Total change mid-2018 to mid-2019: 361,257: 309,783: 14,248: 25,200: 12,026 % change to mid-2019: 0.54%: 0.55%: 0.45%: 0.46%: 0.64%: Average annual % change since 2015: 0.67%: 0.72%: 0.39%: 0.43%: 0.57%: Natural change (mid-2019, rate per 1,000 population) 1.93: 2.30-0.78-1.02: 3.88 The size of the circle is directly proportional to the total population in 2019. Its premier team Northampton Saints, competes in the Aviva Premiership and won the European championship in 2000 by defeating Munster for the Heineken Cup, 9–8. [83] Closure of the line connecting Northampton to Peterborough by way of Wellingborough, Thrapston, and Oundle left eastern Northamptonshire devoid of railways. Population 2019: 66,796,807: 56,286,961: 3,152,879: 5,463,300: 1,893,667: Total change 2018 to 2019: 361,257: 309,783: 14,248: 25,200: 12,026 % change: 0.54%: 0.55%: 0.45%: 0.46%: 0.64% As part of the government-proposed High Speed 2 railway line (between London and Birmingham), the high-speed railway will go through the southern part of the county but with no station built. Find out what statistics the population of the country, city, district on Northamptonshire County Council operates a complete comprehensive system with 42 state secondary schools. Question: What is the population of Kettering? It now has only six, at Northampton and Long Buckby on the West Coast Main Line, Kettering, Wellingborough and Corby on the Midland Main Line, along with King's Sutton, only a few yards from the boundary with Oxfordshire on the Chiltern Main Line. Northamptonshire (/nɔːrˈθæmptənʃɪər, -ʃər/;[4][5] abbreviated Northants. In 2012, The University of Northampton awarded him an honorary doctorate. An opt-out in Look East covers the west part of the region only, broadcast from Cambridge. Consequently, the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government commissioned an independent report which, in March 2018, proposed structural changes to local government in Northamptonshire. In 2019 the population of the United Kingdom was estimated to have been over 66.8 million with over 56 million of these people living in England. [9], After the Romans left, the area eventually became part of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia, and Northampton functioned as an administrative centre. [79] Anglian Water revealed that it will pay up to £30 per household as compensation for customers hit by the water crisis.[80]. And in fact, population size has nothing to do with it. It was here she won three bronze and one silver medal.[100]. It became part of the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923 (and of British Railways in 1948) before its closure in 1966. Cosworth, the high-performance engineering company, is based in Northampton. [81] The railway running through the town from Kettering to Oakham in Rutland was previously used only by freight traffic and occasional diverted passenger trains that did not stop at the station. However, part of the circuit is across the border in Buckinghamshire. In about 500 BC the Iron Age was introduced into the area by a continental people in the form of the Hallstatt culture, and over the next century a series of hill-forts were constructed at Arbury Camp, Rainsborough camp, Borough Hill, Castle Dykes, Guilsborough, Irthlingbo… Apart from the county town of Northampton, other major population centres include Kettering, Corby, Wellingborough, Rushden and Daventry. The pool is home to the Northamptonshire Amateur Association's County Championships as well as some of the Youth Midland Championships. Coe, N.M., Kelly, P.F, Wai-Chung Yeung, H. 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[54][55] The Mercedes GP[56] and Force India[57] Formula One teams have their bases at Brackley and Silverstone respectively, while Cosworth[58] and Mercedes-Benz High Performance Engines[59] are also in the county at Northampton and Brixworth. Wellingborough also has a smaller railfreight depot[47] on Finedon Road, called Nelisons sidings. Northamptonshire returns seven members of Parliament, all of whom are currently from the Conservative Party. King Charles I was imprisoned at Holdenby House in 1647. watershed between the River Severn and The Wash while several important rivers have their sources in the north-west of the county, including the River Nene, which flows north-eastwards to The Wash, and the "Warwickshire Avon", which flows south-west to the Severn.

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