Ryedale Overview

54/100
Total Score
240/329
Ranking

The Big Picture

Ryedale is a local authority in North Yorkshire, covering an area of over 1,500 square kilometres and with a population of approximately 54,000 people. The housing in Ryedale ranges from traditional stone-built cottages to modern homes, with many properties boasting stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The community in Ryedale is known for its strong sense of community spirit, with a range of local initiatives aimed at promoting wellbeing and bringing people together, such as the Ryedale Timebank and the Malton and Norton Community and Sports Centre. The district also has a thriving cultural scene, with several music festivals and events taking place throughout the year, including the Ryedale Jazz Festival and the Ryedale Festival of Music and the Arts. The local economy is primarily based on agriculture, but there is also a growing tourism industry with attractions such as Castle Howard and the North York Moors Railway bringing in visitors from around the world.

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Ryedale Population

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

Ryedale Diversity

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