Hambleton Overview

60/100
Total Score
178/329
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The Big Picture

Hambleton is a rural local authority located in North Yorkshire, with a population of around 93,000 people. The housing in the area is predominantly rural, with a mix of traditional stone-built cottages and newer developments. The community in Hambleton is known for its strong sense of community spirit and its active participation in local initiatives, such as the Hambleton Foodshare and the Hambleton Timebank, aimed at promoting social cohesion and supporting vulnerable members of the community. Hambleton is also home to several cultural venues, including the Northallerton Forum Theatre and the Zillah Bell Gallery, which showcase the work of local artists and performers. The local economy is driven by several industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Notable employers in the area include the R&R Ice Cream, the Tinsley Bridge Group, and the County Council. The local authority has also invested in several regeneration projects, such as the Northallerton Prison Redevelopment and the Leeming Bar Industrial Estate Expansion, aimed at creating new job opportunities, promoting economic growth, and enhancing local infrastructure.

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Hambleton Population

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

Hambleton Diversity

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