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Welcome to Coolgeography.co.uk.  Contained within this site are useful resources to help you study Geography.  Remember the goal of Geography is to understand the world around us, our environment and the way that humans interact with their surroundings. This site has been created for free by Rob Gamesby in my spare time, and you can contact me at the email below;
Contact - robert.gamesby@st-marys.newcastle.sch.uk  
BBC special on Typhoon Haiyan - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-24901032


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Census 2011 is out - excellent for all you stats geeks (like me!!)
BBC summary
Office of National Statistics official census 2011 site

Key Headlines:

There are 53 million people in England; 3.1 million in Wales; and 1.8 million in Northern Ireland. There are 33 times as many people over 90 as there were a century ago. UK population growth was fuelled by increased life expectancy, a rise in fertility rates and migration The population is ageing, with the median age rising to 39 in 2011 from 35 in 2001. The percentage of the population aged 65 and over was the highest seen in any census at 16.4% - or one in six people. The biggest population growth was seen in London's Tower Hamlets (up 26.4%) and Newham (up 23.5%), while Manchester showed the third highest growth - up 19%. Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18681865


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