List of settlements in Northumberland by population

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The largest settlements of the county of Northumberland, with its administrative centre in yellow.

This is a list of settlements in Northumberland by population based on the results of the 2011 census. The next United Kingdom census will take place in 2021. In 2011, there were 14 built-up area subdivisions with 5,000 or more inhabitants in Northumberland, shown in the table below.

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Population ranking

#PlacePopulation
2001 [1] 2011 [2]
1 Blyth 35,82037,339
2 Cramlington 28,65027,683
3 Ashington 27,34027,670
4 Bedlington 16,46018,470
5 Morpeth 14,05914,403
6 Berwick 12,87013,265
7 Hexham 11,02711,388
8 Prudhoe 10,27010,853
9 Ponteland 10,13610,135
10 Stakeford/Guide Post 8,8368,642
11 Alnwick 7,7678,116
12 Seaton Delaval 7,3507,509
13 Newbiggin 5,9576,308
14 Amble 6,0446,025

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References

  1. "Northumberland (Unitary County, North East England, United Kingdom) - Population Statistics and Location in Maps and Charts". www.citypopulation.de. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  2. "KS101EW (Usual resident population) - Nomis - Official Labour Market Statistics". www.nomisweb.co.uk. Retrieved 24 November 2016.