Copeland Overview

56/100
Total Score
217/329
Ranking

The Big Picture

The local authority of Copeland is a predominantly rural area located in the west of Cumbria, England. With a population of approximately 70,000 people, the area is largely known for its scenic countryside and historic coastal towns. The housing in Copeland ranges from traditional cottages and farmhouses to modern homes, with a mix of social and privately-owned housing available. The community in Copeland is vibrant, with various local initiatives aimed at improving the lives of residents, such as the Copeland Community Fund, which supports local projects and initiatives. The area also boasts a range of annual festivals and events, including the famous Whitehaven Festival and Egremont Crab Fair. In terms of local entertainment, Copeland has a number of cultural venues, including the Rosehill Theatre in Whitehaven, which hosts various shows and performances throughout the year. Finally, the economy in Copeland is primarily driven by tourism, agriculture, and energy industries, with employers such as the Sellafield nuclear plant, which is the largest employer in the area, and various renewable energy companies.

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Copeland Population

The population graphic above highlights changes in Copeland’s population over time, while the diversity graphic compares local diversity to the national average, giving a snapshot of the area’s cultural makeup.

Copeland Diversity

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