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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Communal establishment population by local authority, age and resident type

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Click here to sortAll PeopleClick here to sortResidents (non-staff): 0 to 14Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 15Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 16 to 17Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 18 to 19Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 20 to 34Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 35 to 49Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 50 to 59Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 60 to 64Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 65 to 74Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 75 to 84Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 85 to 89Click here to sortResidents (non-staff): 90 and overClick here to sortResident staff and families
[Expand]Isle of Anglesey6770390651812635148119128134
[Expand]Neath Port Talbot1,14996063534201287347198230165
[Expand]The Vale of Glamorgan1,8843015721320543211984333285267254
[Expand]Rhondda, Cynon, Taff2,6113539448561613140164509314279157
[Expand]Merthyr Tydfil34260331691262910784589
[Expand]Blaenau Gwent6840003122023217719814213850


S126: Type of communal establishment and gender by resident type and age

Knowledge and Analytical Services, Welsh Government

Added to StatsWales: February 2005.

Source: Office for National Statistics (ONS)

This table lists the population by the following:

Gender: All persons, males & females,

Type: Medical, care and other establishements,

Resident, All people, age-groups for non-staff residents and total of staff and their family residents,

Area: Local authorites & wards.

The data can be found by using the interactive drill down method.


(a) Cells in this table have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data.

(b) All Census tables are independently adjusted; this means that counts of the same population in two different tables may not necessarily be the same.

(c) Wards below the Standard Table thresholds (1,000 people and 400 households) were amalgamated with another ward within the same Local Authority for the release of Standard Tables. A full list of these wards can be found at,


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