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Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area

New data shows the impact lockdown has had on coronavirus infection rates across England as restrictions are eased after the four-week shutdown.

Latest figures reveal sharp falls in hotspots – but worryingly 85 towns and cities have seen a rise in new cases since the start of November.

A vast majority – 229 of 315 local authority areas – have seen falls in people testing postive since the start of the second national lockdown, however – suggesting that it was effective.

Just one area, Ryedale in Yorkshire, has the same infection rate as it did at the start, analysis by the Mirror based on Public Health England data shows.

At the start of lockdown, Oldham had the highest infection rate in England, with 741.8 cases per 100,000.

Scroll down to see how infection rates have changed in your area

Swale has the highest coronavirus infection rate in England, new data shows

In the four weeks since, the number of people testing positive in the Greater Manchester town has plummeted by 75%, and it is now in 35th place with a rate of 246.3.

Blackburn with Darwen, which did have the second highest rate, has also seen a sharp fall, with latest figures showing it is now recording less than half the number of new cases.

Manchester, Liverpool, Bury, Newcastle, Wigan and Barnsley are among the areas where new cases have fallen by more than half.

But Kent, in the south east, has seen an alarming rise since the start of lockdown, with six places in the county now in the top 10.

Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area
On the eve of lockdown, Oldham had the highest infection rate in England

Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area
The national lockdown is today replaced by a tier system – with 99% of the country in Tiers 2 and 3

Swale, which now has the highest infection rate in England, has risen from 177.2 to 556.4 cases per 100,000.

This rate would have put it in eighth place in figures released on November 4, the day before lockdown started.

Parts of London have also seen sharp rises, with Redbridge, Barking and Dagenham and Newham among the boroughs recording more cases now than they were at the beginning of last month.

On that day the Department of Health confirmed 492 deaths, bringing the official death toll to 47,742.

This now stands at 59,051 – a rise of 11,309, with 603 fatalities announced yesterday.

Person being taken away in ambulance

Oldham – 741.8 cases per 100,000
Blackburn with Darwen – 706.1 cases per 100,000
Wigan – 673.3 cases per 100,000
Salford – 623.6 cases per 100,000
Rochdale – 594.4 cases per 100,000
Bolton – 563.0 cases per 100,000
Bury – 561.8 cases per 100,000
Tameside – 533.3 cases per 100,000
Bradford – 527.6 cases per 100,000
Rotherham – 525.6 cases per 100,000

Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area
Shops, gyms, pubs, restaurants and hairdressers were among the businesses forced to close on November 5

The national lockdown saw shops, pubs, restaurants, gyms and hairdressers among the businesses forced to shut amid fears the virus was set to overwhelm health services.

Today England goes back into a controversial tier system, with 99% of the population in the toughest Tier 2 and Tier 3 restrictions.

Last night the Mirror revealed that two of the 20 areas with the highest infection rates had dodged being put into Tier 3 – despite being four times higher than an area which was not so lucky.

Redbridge is the 13th worst hotspot, while Basildon is 16th – with rates of 302.4 and 293.8 respectively, compared to Tier 3 Stratford-on-Avon’s 74.6.

Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area

Swale – 556.4 cases per 100,000 people

Medway – 521.3 cases per 100,000 people

Boston – 501.6 cases per 100,000 people

Thanet – 451.0 cases per 100,000 people

Gravesham – 379.7 cases per 100,000 people

Lincoln – 371.6 cases per 100,000 people

Stoke-on-Trent – 362.4 cases per 100,000 people

Maidstone – 345.1 cases per 100,000 people

Oadby and Wigston – 328.0 cases per 100,000 people

Dover – 323.4 cases per 100,000 people

Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area
The vast majority of towns and cities in England saw a fall in new cases (file image)

Official data reveals that nationally there has been a 30% fall in new cases.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: “This is clearly good news. It shows that the national restrictions have been successful.

“And what this means in practice is that through everyone’s actions in respecting the national lockdown, and through everything that people have sacrificed, we’ve reduced pressures on the NHS, we’ve brought down the number of coronavirus cases, we’ve got this virus back under control.”

Infection rates by local authority area in England (per 100,000 people)

Figures show – infection rates released the day before lockdown (first number), infection rates two weeks into lockdown (second), and latest Public Health England data released on Tuesday evening, with England split into 315 local authority areas for coronavirus data.

Areas are ordered based on current infection rates

Swale –
  177.2, 637.7, 556.4 (UP)

Medway –   135.7, 322.0, 521.3 (UP)

Boston – 159.6, 460.3, 501.6 (UP)

Thanet – 166.3, 517.9, 451.0 (UP)

Gravesham – 113.1, 314.2, 379.7 (UP)

Lincoln – 255.8, 435.0, 371.6 (UP)

Stoke-on-Trent – 365.1, 548.0, 362.4 (DOWN)

Maidstone – 117.6, 234.5, 345.1 (UP)

Oadby and Wigston – 331.5, 501.6, 328.0 (DOWN)

Dover – 105.0, 208.2 323.4 (UP)

Dudley – 355.4, 549.8, 317.8 (DOWN)

Slough – 212.0, 343.1, 304.9 (UP)

Redbridge – 194.0, 281.1, 302.4 (UP)

Leicester – 368.4, 507.9, 295.9 (DOWN)

Blackburn with Darwen – 706.1, 525.7, 295.3 (DOWN)

Basildon 118.6, 242.0, 293.8 (UP)

Burnley – 359.9, 413.9, 289.0 (DOWN)

Pendle – 444.0, 427.7, 287.7 (DOWN)

Sandwell – 360.2, 499.3, 281.6 (DOWN)

Hull – 432.7, 748.3, 280.2 (DOWN)

East Lindsey – 241.3, 542.6, 278.7 (UP)

Rossendale – 432.3, 380.5, 275.6 (DOWN)

Rochdale – 594.4, 495.9, 274.3 (DOWN)

Havering – 207.7, 381.4, 272.8 (UP)

Hartlepool – 334.2, 562.7, 270.1 (DOWN)

Wolverhampton – 288.2, 364.1, 266.2 (DOWN)

Newcastle-under-Lyme –   418.7, 453.5, 265.0 (DOWN)

Hyndburn – 483.7, 420.8, 264.1 (DOWN)

Barking and Dagenham –  153.6, 263.5, 257.9 (UP)

South Tyneside – 252.4, 412.0, 257.7 (UP)

Darlington 227.5, 361.4, 252.8 (UP)

Luton – 215.0, 287.3, 252.1 (UP)

Walsall – 341.9, 398.6, 250.8 (DOWN)

East Staffordshire – 327.3, 444.2, 246.3 (DOWN)

Oldham – 741.8, 525.9, 246.3 (DOWN)

Kirklees – 486.6, 544.6, 245.6 (DOWN)

Tamworth – 333.8, 431.6, 245.1 (DOWN)

West Lindsey – 150.5, 268.6, 244.6 (UP)

Bradford – 527.6, 499.8, 243.2 (DOWN)

Birmingham – 288.2, 378.1, 239.2 (DOWN)

Calderdale – 377.4, 475.8, 237.4 (DOWN)

Dartford – 122.6, 309.9, 236.2 (UP)

North Lincolnshire – 243.2, 476.5, 235.6 (DOWN)

Canterbury – 92.5, 254.5, 232.8 (UP)

Stafford – 332.9, 410.1, 230.9 (DOWN)

Blaby – 265.9, 440.3, 229.5 (DOWN)

Tonbridge and Malling – 96.1, 198.3, 225.5 (UP)

Newham – 165.4, 209.6, 224.6 (UP)

Wakefield – 464.2, 464.8, 224.5 (DOWN)

North East Lincolnshire – 444.3, 504.5, 223.7 (DOWN)

South Staffordshire 395.8, 460.7, 223.2 (DOWN)

North Tyneside – 287.6, 421.3, 221.7 (DOWN)

Bolton – 563.0, 426.0, 221.5 (DOWN)

Bury – 561.8, 442.4, 219.4 (DOWN)

Harlow – 99.9, 151.6, 219.4 (UP)

Stockton-on-Tees – 356.2, 436.3, 217.9 (DOWN)

South Ribble – 338.5, 239.2, 216.6 (DOWN)

Wigan – 673.3, 408.9, 214.2 (DOWN)

Folkestone and Hythe – 69.9, 163.7, 210.6 (UP)

Bassetlaw – 401.0, 417.2, 210.3 (DOWN)

Bexley – 143.0, 282.3, 209.4 (UP)

Cannock Chase – 322.5, 352.3, 208.4 (DOWN)

Nuneaton and Bedworth – 204.8, 374.2, 207.9 (UP)

Waltham Forest – 162.1, 224.6, 207.2 (DOWN)

Staffordshire Moorlands – 335.2, 419.6, 206.2 (DOWN)

North Warwickshire – 303.4, 401.4, 205.3 (DOWN)

Tower Hamlets – 172.1, 266.4, 203.9 (UP)

Redditch – 200.6, 348.3, 202.9 (UP)

Amber Valley – 302.0, 425.3, 202.9 (DOWN)

Peterborough – 146.3, 213.6, 202.7 (UP)

Doncaster – 523.6, 340.5, 202.3 (DOWN)

Telford and Wrekin – 248.5, 332.5, 199.6 (DOWN)

North Kesteven – 187.3, 306.2, 198.4 (UP)

Preston – 454.8, 365.4, 198.4 (DOWN)

Woking – 138.9, 161.7, 196.4 (UP)

Barnsley – 518.5, 380.0, 194.8 (DOWN)

Chorley – 307.1, 272.4, 194.6 (DOWN)

Rotherham – 525.6, 360.6, 192.5 (DOWN)

Thurrock – 140.0, 220.3, 192.2 (UP)

Manchester 473.2, 356.3, 191.0 (DOWN)

County Durham – 280.7, 383.3, 190.5 (DOWN)

East Riding of Yorkshire – 294.6, 432.3, 190.5 (DOWN)

Newark and Sherwood – 255.7, 241.8, 188.7 (DOWN)

Ashfield – 326.0, 286.1, 187.6 (DOWN)

Middlesbrough – 309.3, 441.2, 187.3 (DOWN)

Bristol – 393.8, 471.3, 186.7 (DOWN)

Newcastle upon Tyne – 286.6, 438.9, 186.2 (DOWN)

Derby – 186.2, 384.8, 387.1 (UP)

Bolsover – 413.3, 364.9, 185.0 (DOWN)

Northumberland – 194.8, 290.3, 183.9 (DOWN)

Castle Point –   83.0, 181.5, 183.7 (UP)

Broxbourne – 182.0, 241.6, 183.0 (UP)

Sheffield – 411.6, 280.8, 179.2 (DOWN)

Leeds – 431.8, 418.3, 179.2 (DOWN)

Gloucester – 140.9, 194.4, 178.9 (UP)

Coventry – 202.1, 273.7, 177.9 (DOWN)

Sunderland – 313.6, 397.5, 176.4 (DOWN)

Epping Forest – 158.7, 214.1, 175.4 (UP)

Ealing – 186.4, 256.3, 175.0 (DOWN)

North Somerset – 173.9, 291.1, 173.4 (DOWN)

North West Leicestershire – 210.4, 390.9, 171.8 (DOWN)

Gateshead – 351.4, 395.4, 170.7 (DOWN)

Harborough – 183.4, 332.6, 169.5 (DOWN)

Blackpool – 360.0, 291.9, 169.2 (DOWN)

North East Derbyshire – 338.1, 257.2, 168.5 (DOWN)

Lichfield – 288.3, 382.8, 168.0 (DOWN)

Kingston upon Thames – 147.6, 192.7, 166.2 (UP)

Hounslow – 174.6, 188.6, 165.0 (DOWN)

South Gloucestershire – 274.6, 339.9, 164.9 (DOWN)

Nottingham – 386.9, 251.1, 164.3 (DOWN)

Northampton – 181.2, 261.8, 164.3 (DOWN)

South Derbyshire – 409.3, 382.2, 164.1 (DOWN)

Brent – 123.4, 212.9, 161.9 (UP)

Ashford – 60.0, 129.2, 160.7 (UP)

Enfield – 140.8, 222.9, 159.7 (UP)

Ribble Valley – 369.5, 290.7, 159.3 (DOWN)

Solihull – 259.3, 315.2, 159.0 (DOWN)

Merton – 143.3, 174.3, 158.3 (UP)

Melton – 162.1, 371.0, 158.2 (DOWN)

Gedling – 357.1, 250.2, 157.8 (DOWN)

Hillingdon – 181.5, 238.9, 157.4 (DOWN)

Mansfield – 379.6, 333.9, 157.3 (DOWN)

Salford – 623.6, 421.1, 156.5 (DOWN)

Runnymede – 128.6, 230.4, 155.4 (UP)

Tameside – 533.3, 374.0, 153.2 (DOWN)

Rugby – 155.1, 278.1, 152.4 (DOWN)

Brentwood – 212.9, 262.3, 151.9 (DOWN)

Watford – 179.1, 163.6, 150.1 (DOWN)

South Kesteven – 139.0, 306.2, 147.4 (UP)

Scarborough – 171.0, 457.0, 147.1 (DOWN)

Wyre Forest – 197.5, 273.5, 147.1 (DOWN)

Stockport – 443.4, 312.9, 146.2 (DOWN)

Fylde – 305.8, 300.8, 144.8 (DOWN)

Greenwich – 119.5, 185.5, 144.8 (UP)

Broxtowe – 313.9, 221.9, 144.7 (DOWN)

Redcar and Cleveland – 269.0, 484.1, 144.4 (DOWN)

Gosport – 122.6, 206.3, 143.8 (DOWN)

Ipswich- 81.1, 86.2, 143.2 (UP)

Selby – 233.9, 277.0, 141.2, (DOWN)

Milton Keynes – 117.3, 191.5, 141.0 (UP)

East Northamptonshire – 168.2, 204.2, 140.7, (DOWN)

Barnet – 127.3, 183.6, 140.2 (UP)

Hertsmere – 149.6, 150.6, 140.1 (DOWN)

Halton – 282.8, 241.9, 139.9 (DOWN)

Swindon – 174.6, 195.3, 139.1 (DOWN)

Bromley – 97.2, 160.4, 138.4 (UP)

Bromsgrove – 216.3, 282.3, 138.2 (DOWN)

Warrington – 459.5, 264.3, 136.7 (DOWN)

Charnwood – 402.5, 358.4, 136.1 (DOWN)

Oxford – 140.4, 221.0, 135.8 (DOWN)

Aylesbury Vale – 118.3, 133.9, 135.4 (UP)

Hackney and City of London – 151.3, 174.0, 134.8 (DOWN)

St. Helens – 391.0, 271.9, 134.6, (DOWN)

Harrow – 147.3, 187.9, 131.8 (DOWN)

South Bucks – 171.3, 204.2, 131.3 (DOWN)

Rochford – 80.1, 162.5, 130.5 (UP)

Reading – 136.6, 153.9, 129.8 (DOWN)

Surrey Heath – 92.9, 168.0, 128.8 (UP)

Three Rivers – 109.3, 178.9, 128.6 (UP)

Southend-on-Sea – 88.5, 179.1, 128.3 (UP)

South Northamptonshire – 137.6, 251.9, 128.1 (DOWN)

Rother – 43.7, 140.5, 128.0 (UP)

Sutton – 109.0, 182.2, 127.5 (UP)

Cheshire East – 210.3, 219.7, 127.0 (DOWN)

Lancaster – 287.6, 137.6 126.7 (DOWN)

Haringey – 132.9, 148.1, 126.6 (DOWN)

Croydon – 118.2, 162.7, 126.5 (UP)

Broadland – 58.1, 144.5, 125.4 (UP)

East Hertfordshire – 91.5, 192.3, 124.2 (UP)

East Devon – 103.2, 163.4, 123.0 (UP)

Kettering – 86.5, 214.2, 122.8 (UP)

Wycombe – 130.0, 182.1, 122.5 (DOWN)

South Holland – 148.4, 190.5, 121.0 (DOWN)

Trafford – 388.4, 307.1, 120.9 (DOWN)

Norwich –  90.3, 139.4, 120.2 (UP)

Knowsley – 384.5, 250.6, 120.0 (DOWN)

Shropshire – 181.7, 225.0, 119.8 (DOWN)

Chesterfield – 345.1, 290.8, 119.2 (DOWN)

Portsmouth – 207.1, 294.5, 119.1 (DOWN)

Wyre – 357.7, 212.3, 118.7 (DOWN)

Sevenoaks – 104.3, 191.3, 117.6 (DOWN)

Braintree – 60.9, 104.2, 117.3 (UP)

Wealden – 58.2, 130.7, 117.0 (UP)

Spelthorne – 176.3, 238.4, 114.2 (DOWN)

Craven – 204.8, 290.5, 113.8 (DOWN)

Corby – 83.1, 173.1, 112.2 (UP)

Windsor and Maidenhead – 148.6, 187.6, 110.9 (DOWN)

Mendip – 66.6, 96.9, 110.7 (UP)

North Devon – 100.9, 150.3, 110.1 (UP)

Bedford – 113.7, 170.2, 109.6 (DOWN)

West Lancashire – 356.1, 260.7, 109.4 (DOWN)

Mole Valley – 198.3, 134.1, 108.9 (DOWN)

Wokingham – 88.2, 136.2, 108.7 (UP)

Wellingborough – 128.0, 164.4, 107.9 (DOWN)

Hinckley and Bosworth – 181.2, 325.3, 107.8 (DOWN)

Erewash – 326.8, 321.6, 107.5 (DOWN)

Cheltenham- 99.7, 180.6, 107.5 (UP)

St Albans – 79.5, 157.0, 107.1 (UP)

Carlisle – 237.4, 238.3, 106.7 (DOWN)

Ryedale – 106.5, 205.9, 106.5 (STAYED THE SAME)

Kensington and Chelsea – 119.1, 146.0, 105.7 (DOWN)

Epsom and Ewell – 143.9, 220.8, 105.4 (DOWN)

Guildford – 108.1, 122.8, 105.4 (DOWN)

Warwick – 231.6, 240.0, 105.0 (DOWN)

Sefton – 302.4, 258.7, 104.2 (DOWN)

Tewkesbury – 76.8, 155.8, 104.2 (UP)

Richmondshire – 167.5, 215.9, 102.4 (DOWN)

Hammersmith and Fulham – 185.8, 212.8, 102.1 (DOWN)

Islington – 125.8, 166.2, 101.5 (DOWN)

Daventry – 119.8, 224.5, 101.2 (DOWN)

Torridge – 52.7, 96.7, 101.1 (UP)

Lewisham – 95.5, 131.4, 101.0 (UP)

Wandsworth – 132.3, 179.9, 101.0 (DOWN)

Lambeth – 151.2, 154.0, 100.6 (DOWN)

Liverpool – 345.6, 261.6, 100.6 (DOWN)

High Peak – 304.3, 267.6, 100.4 (DOWN)

Exeter – 125.6, 172.0, 99.7 (DOWN)

South Norfolk – 63.9, 208.7, 99.4 (UP)

Cheshire West and Chester – 248.3, 299.4, 99.1 (DOWN)

Sedgemoor – 120.2, 170.5, 99.0 (DOWN)

Rushcliffe – 358.3, 223.2, 99.0 (DOWN)

Southwark – 112.9, 124.5, 98.5 (DOWN)

Chelmsford – 91.9, 151.4, 97.0 (UP)

Havant – 123.6, 225.0, 96.7 (DOWN)

Westminster – 157.7, 156.5, 94.9 (DOWN)

North Hertfordshire – 119.8, 154.2, 93.6 (DOWN)

Stroud – 132.5, 150.9, 93.4 (DOWN)

South Somerset – 66.5, 155.6, 93.3 (UP)

Hambleton – 209.6, 191.1, 92.8 (DOWN)

Derbyshire Dales – 182.5, 235.1, 92.6 (DOWN)

Basingstoke and Deane – 100.2, 154.6, 92.3 (DOWN)

Camden – 102.6, 137.0, 92.2 (DOWN)

Forest of Dean – 84.1, 124.4, 92.2 (UP)

Mid Sussex – 68.2, 149.0, 92.0 (UP)

Tandridge – 97.6, 152.0, 90.8 (DOWN)

Dacorum – 83.4, 126.6, 89.8 (UP)

Harrogate – 263.0, 246.2, 89.5 (DOWN)

Fenland – 85.4, 144.3, 88.4 (UP)

Reigate and Banstead – 97.5, 143.2, 88.1 (DOWN)

Welwyn Hatfield – 119.5, 152.0, 87.8 (DOWN)

Stevenage – 99.0, 178.7, 87.7 (DOWN)

Fareham – 138.5, 173.8, 86.9 (DOWN)

Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole – 205.4, 225.6, 86.5 (DOWN)

Cherwell – 148.8, 147.5, 86.4 (DOWN)

Richmond upon Thames – 141.4, 122.7, 86.4 (DOWN)

Elmbridge – 110.4, 146.2, 86.3 (DOWN)

Tunbridge Wells – 48.9, 118.8, 85.9 (DOWN)

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk – 126.8, 135.4, 85.9 (DOWN)

Babergh – 83.7, 144.5, 85.8 (UP)

South Lakeland – 170.3, 213.2, 85.6 (DOWN)

Bath and North East Somerset – 235.9, 237.5, 85.4 (DOWN)

North Norfolk – 29.6, 64.9, 84.9 (UP)

Wychavon – 129.8, 159.9, 83.4 (DOWN)

Bracknell Forest – 104.4, 133.0, 83.2 (DOWN)

York – 184.7, 173.3, 83.1 (DOWN)

Worcester – 169.9, 238.1, 83.0 (DOWN)

Allerdale – 142.2, 169.8, 82.9 (DOWN)

Winchester – 137.8, 201.8, 82.5 (DOWN)

East Hampshire – 89.9, 150.4, 80.1 (DOWN)

Uttlesford – 83.3, 136.9, 80.0 (DOWN)

Central Bedfordshire – 96.3, 122.6, 79.3 (DOWN)

Rushmoor – 106.8, 138.5, 78.2 (DOWN)

Southampton – 168.7, 221.0, 77.6 (DOWN)

Plymouth – 165.6, 215.6, 77.1 (DOWN)

Wiltshire – 92.0, 124.2, 74.8 (DOWN)

Stratford-on-Avon – 155.3, 153.0, 74.6 (DOWN)

Eastbourne – 110.8, 122.4, 74.2 (DOWN)

Waverley- 129.8, 121.9, 73.6 (DOWN)

Hastings – 36.7, 96.0, 73.4 (UP)

Great Yarmouth – 167.1, 167.1, 72.5 (DOWN)

Cambridge – 149.0, 247.6, 72.1 (DOWN)

Colchester – 104.3, 88.9, 71.9 (DOWN)

Barrow-in-Furness- 238.6, 180.5, 71.6 (DOWN)

Torbay – 163.7, 204.0, 71.2 (DOWN)

Crawley – 138.8, 145.9, 71.2 (DOWN)

Herefordshire – 85.6, 190.4, 70.5 (DOWN)

Chichester – 111.5, 142.0, 69.3 (DOWN)

Malvern Hills – 106.7, 111.8, 67.3 (DOWN)

Lewes – 68.8, 86.2, 66.8 (DOWN)

West Devon – 87.8, 78.9, 66.3 (DOWN)

Test Valley – 85.6, 103.0, 65.8 (DOWN)

Somerset West and Taunton – 72.8, 104.4, 65.1 (DOWN)

Chiltern – 94.9, 123.0, 63.6 (DOWN)

Vale of White Horse – 81.6, 125.7, 63.2 (DOWN)

Hart 92.7, 98.9, 62.8 (DOWN)

Wirral – 230.9, 170.7, 62.7 (DOWN)

Horsham – 77.9, 114.1, 62.6 (DOWN)

Breckland – 114.3, 123.6, 62.2 (DOWN)

Eastleigh – 157.2, 127.3, 62.1 (DOWN)

Brighton and Hove – 133.0, 155.0, 59.5 (DOWN)

Tendring – 59.4, 62.1, 58.7 (DOWN)

Copeland – 192.1, 199.5, 58.7 (DOWN)

Huntingdonshire – 63.5, 102.8, 57.9 (DOWN)

Arun – 95.8, 111.3, 56.0 (DOWN)

Mid Devon – 72.9, 71.7, 55.9, (DOWN)

Maldon – 61.6, 92.4, 55.4 (DOWN)

East Suffolk – 47.3, 86.6, 54.5 (UP)

Eden – 180.3, 197.2, 54.5 (DOWN)

Rutland – 77.6, 130.2, 52.6 (DOWN)

South Oxfordshire – 109.8, 123.9, 51.4 (DOWN)

East Cambridgeshire – 35.6, 66.8, 51.2 (UP)

West Berkshire – 88.4, 120.5, 51.1 (DOWN)

Teignbridge – 75.3, 72.3, 49.2 (DOWN)

Adur – 70.0, 94.9, 46.7 (DOWN)

South Cambridgeshire – 60.3, 104.3, 46.5 (DOWN)

West Oxfordshire – 122.0, 112.1, 44.3 (DOWN)

Dorset – 104.4, 107.8, 43.1 (DOWN)

Cotswold – 138.0, 163.6, 37.8 (DOWN)

New Forest – 86.6, 139.9, 37.8 (DOWN)

Mid Suffolk – 49.1, 53.9, 37.5 (DOWN)

West Suffolk – 86.0, 59.2, 33.5 (DOWN)

South Hams – 85.1, 106.9, 31.0 (DOWN)

Worthing – 86.8, 77.8, 29.8 (DOWN)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly – 46.7, 88.3, 29.0 (DOWN)

Isle of Wight – 40.2, 78.3, 26.8 (DOWN)

 


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