Wingrove, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Wingrove, Newcastle upon Tyne
Ward
Newcastle upon Tyne UK ward map highlighting Wingrove.svg
Wingrove highlighted within Newcastle upon Tyne
OS grid reference NZ236652
Ceremonial county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
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54°58′52″N1°37′52″W / 54.981°N 1.631°W / 54.981; -1.631 Coordinates: 54°58′52″N1°37′52″W / 54.981°N 1.631°W / 54.981; -1.631

Wingrove is an electoral ward of Newcastle upon Tyne in North East England, roughly 2 miles west of Newcastle City Centre. The population of the ward as of mid-2018 was 12,773. [1]

The Wingrove ward essentially covers the eastern part of Fenham as well as the Spital Tongues area. The Fenham area is known for a very large Asian community and those Asians happen to live in the Wingrove electoral ward. As 2011 UK Census it was 57% White, 34.6% Asian British (14.7% Pakistani, 5.6% Bangladeshi, 6.5% Indian), 2.2% Black British and 2.6% Arab (When separate from the Arthur's Hill area). The Pakistani community in Wingrove is one of the largest in the North East.

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References

  1. "Newcastle-upon-Tyne ward population 2011" . Retrieved 6 July 2015.