Population Of Worcester | Worcester Population 2019

Population Of Worcester | Worcester Population 2019:- Worcester is a city in Worcestershire, England. Worcester is 50 km southwest of Birmingham, 163 km west-northwest of London. The population of Worcester is over 100,000. Newport Population


Population Of Worcester

In order to know the Population of Worcester 2019, we need to have a look at the people in the past 4/5 years. We can get the idea after analyzing the people from the year 2014 – 18. So, the population of Worcester in the year 2019 as per estimated data is 103,553.

  • 2014:- 100,800
  • 2015:- 101,328
  • Worcester Population 2019:- 103,553


Population Of Worcester | Worcester Population 2019


Demography and religion

About 96.5% of Worcester’s people were white; of which, 94.2% were White British. The largest religious group in Worcester are Christians, who make up 77% of the city’s population. People who report having no religion or who did not state their religion make up 21% of Worcester’s population. Other religions total less than 2% of the people. Ethnic minorities in Worcester include people of Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Chinese, Indian, Italian and Polish origin, with the largest single minority group being British Pakistanis, 1.3% of Worcester’s people. The flourishing economy of Worcester and business opportunities are expected to continue to attract more residents to further expand the people.


One of the best industries of Worcester was glove making. The gloving industry in Worcester peaked between 1790 and 1820. At this time nearly half of the glove manufacturers of UK were located in Worcestershire.

By the middle of the 20th century, Few gloving companies in Worcester survived since gloves became less fashionable and free trade allowed in cheaper imports from the Far East.

One of Worcester’s most popular products, Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce is made and bottled at the Midland Road factory in Worcester, which has been the home of Lea & Perrins since 1897.

Worcester is the home to be the oldest newspaper in the world still in publication, Berrow’s Worcester Journal. Worcester is also a major retail centre with several covered shopping centres.

Worcester’s major shopping centre is the High Street, home to the stores of a number of major retail chains. 

There are 3 Major covered shopping centres in the city centre, these being CrownGate Shopping Centre, Cathedral Plaza and Reindeer Court.

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