Child poverty figures

Here are the areas of Bassetlaw with the highest levels of child poverty

Data published by the End Child Poverty coalition has highlighted the shocking levels of child poverty across Britain, including in Bassetlaw.

Across the borough of Bassetlaw, 27.7 per cent of children are deemed to be living in poverty, after housing costs are taking into consideration.
These are the levels of children living in poverty in each ward area of Bassetlaw:

226 children are living in poverty, or 18.6% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 404 kids and 33.3%.

5. Blyth

226 children are living in poverty, or 18.6% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 404 kids and 33.3%.
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170 children are living in poverty, or 19.9% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 269 kids and 31.6%.

6. Carlton

170 children are living in poverty, or 19.9% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 269 kids and 31.6%.
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80 children are living in poverty, or 12.2% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 159 kids and 24.1%.

7. East Markham

80 children are living in poverty, or 12.2% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 159 kids and 24.1%.
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43 children are living in poverty, or 9.2% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 98 kids and 21.2%.

8. Clayworth

43 children are living in poverty, or 9.2% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number rises to 98 kids and 21.2%.
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