Towns and Wards


Town Profiles

We have used Public Health England's Local Health Tool to produce profiles for the major towns in Cambridgeshire, presenting the key health related data available at small area level.  Each town profile is created by combining data for the wards and/or MSOAs which best cover the geography of the town.

East Cambridgeshire

   Ely Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (3.79 MB)

   Littleport Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (3.72 MB)

   Soham Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (3.81 MB)

Fenland

   Chatteris Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (541.39 KB)

   March Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (546.25 KB)

   Whittlesey Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (545.71 KB)

   Wisbech Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (3.81 MB)

As well as the PDF profiles, Local Health also provides spine charts showing each indicator in relation to the variation and average in England.  In October 2016, we produced an overview of the spine charts for the four Fenland towns as well as looking at 'rural Fenland', the Fenland average and the Fenland average excluding Wisbech.  We found that Wisbech tended to fare worse than the other towns and appeared to adversely impact on the overall picture for Fenland.  This analysis can be found below:

   Fenland Towns - Spine Chart Summary - October 2016 (508.5 KB)

Huntingdonshire

   Huntingdon Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (3.88 MB)

   St Ives Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (3.85 MB)

   St Neots Local Health Town Profile - April 2017 (5.19 MB)

 


Ward level data

A range of demographic and health-related measures are presented at electoral ward level in the interactive Cambridgeshire JSNA Public Health Atlas.  The atlas includes ward-level data on:

  • Population estimates
  • Deprivation
  • Life expectancy and mortality
  • General health and long-term illness
  • Childhood obesity
  • Birth rates and birth weight


Also on Cambridgeshire Insight:

The Public Health Intelligence Team and the Research Group work in partnership to include a selection of health indicators alongside other ward-level data in the Cambridgeshire Atlas Ward Profiles.


External links:

Public Health England's Local Health website, developed as part of the Health Profiles programme, provides access to data at ward and middle super output area (MSOA) level.


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