Cullompton Key Facts and Statistics
The Insight & Impact unit has created new profiles from the 2011 Census for the 29 Devon Town areas in the County.
This page contains a wide range of themed data to give you an insight view of the people, the housing, employment levels, residents health and religion, qualifications and deprivation in each area.
Overall the population of the Cullompton area is predicted to increase by 2,681 people between 2006 and 2021 – a rise of 12.3%.
The total number in the younger age groups (from 0 to 19) is predicted to decrease by 61 to 5,259 – a fall of 1.1%.
The 20 to 44 year age band is also predicted to see a reduction, in this case of 415 to 6,048 or 6.4%.
The 45 to 64 age group should see an increase of 1,055 people (17.3%) to 7,136.
The older age groups (65 years and older) are due to see an increase in number of 2,102. This equates to a 52.3% increase over the 15 years that these projections cover and will take the population in this group to 6,122.
The largest change is predicted to be in the 70 to 74 age group with an increase of 70.4%.
The “Devon Town” areas have been defined as aggregations of parishes. The following parishes make up the Cullompton “Devon Town” area:
Bradninch Broadhembury Clayhidon Clyst Hydon Cullompton Culmstock Hemyock Kentisbeare Plymtree Sheldon Uffculme Willand