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 Attendance at Anglican services on Christmas eve/Christmas day

C of E diocese

Christmas attendance per 1000 population

Christmas attendance as a multiple of typical weekly attendance

Hereford

101.9

2.56

Salisbury

95.8

2.48

Guildford

92.3

2.97

Bath & Wells

90.3

2.79

Gloucester

90.2

2.34

St. Edms & Ipswich

85.1

2.51

Chichester

83.3

2.64

Oxford

78.7

2.68

Exeter

75.8

2.81

Canterbury

75.7

2.82

Winchester

74.3

2.64

Norwich

73.8

2.47

Ely

72.5

2.43

Carlisle

72.5

2.07

Truro

71.3

2.50

Rochester

64.8

2.49

Sodor & Man

63.2

1.92

Peterborough

62.4

2.26

St. Albans

60.8

2.61

Portsmouth

57.3

2.69

Lincoln

53.5

2.03

Coventry

53.0

2.66

York

51.0

2.19

Newcastle

50.0

2.61

Bristol

49.9

2.42

Chester

49.9

2.02

Worcester

49.3

2.31

Ripon & Leeds

47.1

1.99

Derby

43.7

2.20

Blackburn

40.3

1.51

Leicester

40.1

2.12

Bradford

39.8

1.93

Southwark

38.6

2.19

Chelmsford

37.9

2.36

Lichfield

36.9

1.98

Wakefield

36.8

2.14

Southwell

36.6

1.91

London

32.5

1.56

Durham

29.2

1.85

Sheffield

29.0

1.68

Liverpool

27.9

1.35

Birmingham

26.7

1.95

Manchester

21.6

1.19


Figures calculated from Church of England statistics for 2002 (published 2004) by David Voas, University of Manchester (voas@man.ac.uk).

 

University of Manchester CCSR