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Im just wondering Canny lass, the shire has about 30,000 these days, Ashington about 32,000 and Blyth used to be 30,000 back in the day never mind the new builds.  So is this to have 90,000+ not the 73,000 as stated?  Its clearly says no more than 77,000? 

Alan, whats the current population figures, do you know?    

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3 hours ago, Malcolm Robinson said:

Im just wondering Canny lass, the shire has about 30,000 these days, Ashington about 32,000 and Blyth used to be 30,000 back in the day never mind the new builds.  So is this to have 90,000+ not the 73,000 as stated?  Its clearly says no more than 77,000? 

Alan, whats the current population figures, do you know?    

These are not the 2021 census figures but they total 93,275 for Ashington, Blyth, West Bedlington and Bedlington Station

 

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