Population Of Huddersfield | Huddersfield Population 2019:- Huddersfield is a market and university town in West Yorkshire, England. Huddersfield is the 11th largest town in the United Kingdom, with a population of 162,949 at the 2011 census. Huddersfield is 24 miles (39 km) northeast of Manchester.
It is known for its role in the Industrial Revolution, and for being the birthplaces of rugby league and Labour PM Harold Wilson. Huddersfield is home to the University of Huddersfield. Cambridge Population
Population Of Huddersfield
Talking about the population of Huddersfield, in order to check out the population of Huddersfield 2019, we need to have a look at the people of the past 4/5 years.
- 2018:- 146,234
- Huddersfield Population 2019:- 149,017 (Estimated)
Huddersfield has a higher number of people from ethnic minorities. The white population makes up 81% of people. The largest ethnic minority groups are Asian or British Asian originating from the Indian sub-continent (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka) with 8.9% people (compared to 7.8% for England as a whole 2011). An ethnicity summary of Huddersfield’s population is 81.0% white, (12.4% Asian or British Asian, 3.6% Black or Black British, 0.3%, (0.2%) Other and 3,131 (2.6%) Mixed. In 2011, Huddersfield had a population of 162,949 and was 75.8% White (People from Ireland, Mainland Europe and other places), 72.1% White British, 14.9% Asian and 4.2% Black.
Huddersfield is slightly above the UK average for those who have no religion and also for the number of Muslims.
In Huddersfield, There are numbers of Churches, Gurdwaras, Mosques and Temples covering a wide spectrum of religion. Huddersfield has Christian denominations, such as the Church of England, the Baptist Church, Methodism, Presbyterianism and the Roman Catholic Church. Some minority religion in Huddersfield is: Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormonism and Sikhism all have congregational buildings.
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Huddersfield is a manufacturing town, University being the largest employer. Historically Huddersfield produced woollen textiles. The number of people who work in the textiles industry has declined greatly, but the surviving companies produce large quantities of woollen products with little labour. Huddersfield is home to textile, chemical and engineering companies. Other local manufacturers are Brook Motors Ltd, Cummins Turbo Technologies, Holmes and Croset, David Brown Gear systems, Huddersfield Fine Worsteds, Taylor & Lodge, C & J Antich, Syngenta AG, Pennine Radio Limited and a large number of niche manufacturers, such as Dual Seal Glass and Ellis Furniture.
Film and television productions
Several films and television series have been filmed in and around Huddersfield. For example, portions of the BBC tv series Happy Valley were filmed in Huddersfield. The BBC comedy show Last Of The Summer Wine was filmed nearby.