In 2011 The Office for National Statistics (ONS) carried out the most recent Census of the population of England and Wales. The ONS carry out the Census every 10 years, which paints a picture of the nation, including Crawley, giving us important information to help distribute money and services fairly.
The first ever census took place in 1801 and has happened every 10 years since, except 1941 due to the Second World War. Every household in England and Wales must, by law, complete a census questionnaire.
The results of the 2011 Census are being released in stages by the ONS and the council will be producing newsletters covering the results for Crawley as they are announced:
For a full timetable of Census data release please visit the ONS website.
Economy and Education
Ethnicity, Identity, Religion and Language
Housing and Households
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