Key results from the 2011 Census are available in this section of our website, including summary data about people, households and living arrangements, work and housing/amenities.
The government of the United Kingdom undertakes a count of its population every ten years. This Census identifies the key characteristics of the population (age, sex, culture, health and so on), households, working patterns, and also some information about housing.
Summary data from 2011 Census is available in these pages for Wrexham, and for the wards and community council areas within the County Borough. Data can also be found on the Office for National Statistics Census website.
Microsoft Excel files containing more detailed information for wards, community council areas, Wrexham County Borough, Wales, and England and Wales, are attached to the other pages as follows:-
- People - usual resident population; age structure; ethnic group; national identity; country of birth; passports held; the Welsh language; religion; health and provision of unpaid care; length of residence in UK
- Economy - economic activity; industry of employment; occupation groups; hours worked; qualifications and students; method of travel to work; and National Statistics socio-economic classifications
- Place - household composition; living arrangements; marital & civil partnership status; lone parents with dependent children; dependent children & adult employment; communal establishments; and household language, household space and accommodation; household tenure; rooms and central heating; and car ownership