Cumbria’s Children’s Centres work across 28 Children’s Centre Footprints which are built up from groups of small geographical areas known as LSOAs. Cumbria’s Children’s Centre Footprints have an average population of 17,800, but their populations range in size from 9,700 in the South Whitehaven footprint to 36,600 in the North Eden footprint.
To view statistical profiles for Cumbria’s Children’s Centre Footprints, please click on a theme from the list below, then in the ‘Select a Report’ drop down menu that will appear, select ‘Children’s Centre Footprint’ and then select a Children’s Centre Footprint from the ‘Select an Area’ drop down menu that will appear.
- Population Profiles
- Children & Young People Profiles
- Health & Social Care Profiles
- Housing Profiles
- Crime & Community Safety Profiles
- Deprivation Profiles
- Economy & Employment Profiles
- Environment Profiles
To view Cumbria’s Children’s Centre Footprint boundaries, please visit the ‘Maps’ page below, then select ‘Layers’ and check the box to switch on Children’s Centre Footprint boundaries:
It is also useful to consider the profiles of the individual LSOAs that fall within each Children’s Centre Footprint to get an understanding of how the characteristics of communities within each Children’s Centre Footprint vary; to do this please visit our LSOA Profiles.