Here are the areas of Mansfield with the highest levels of child poverty

Data published by the End Child Poverty coalition has highlighted the shocking levels of child poverty across Britain, including in Mansfield

Data published by the End Child Poverty coalition has highlighted the shocking levels of child poverty across Britain, including in Chesterfield
Data published by the End Child Poverty coalition has highlighted the shocking levels of child poverty across Britain, including in Chesterfield

Across Mansfield, 30 per cent of children are deemed to be living in poverty, after housing costs are taking into consideration.These are the levels of children living in poverty in each ward area of Mansfield

214 are children living in poverty, or 49.9% before housing costs. With housing costs included, the number drops to 195 kids and 45.5%
214 children (49.9%) are in poverty. When housing costs are added the number drops to 195 (45.5%)
123 children, or 35.4% are living in poverty. This rises to 130 children, or 37.4% after housing costs.
204 children living in poverty, or 30.8%, rising to 233 (35.3%) after housing costs.
287 children living ion poverty (30.6%), rising to 322 (34.4%) after housing costs
200 children living in poverty, or 27.3%. This rises to 249, or 33.9% after housing costs.
150 (24.1%) children living in poverty. 184 (29.5%) after housing costs
286 children living in poverty, or 25.0%, rising to 382 or 33.4% after housing costs
233 children living in poverty (23.5%), or 361 (36.4%) after housing costs.
229 (23.1%) children living in poverty. 355 (35.8%) after housing costs
186 children living in poverty (23.5%), rising to 261 (32.9%) after housing costs
149 (22.4%) children in poverty, rising to 217 (32.7%) after housing costs
95 children living in poverty (22.6%), rising to 135 (32.3%) after housing costs
70 children living in poverty (20.0%), rising to 112 (32.0%) after housing costs
119 (19.2%) children living in poverty, rising to 180 (29.3%) after housing costs
88 (19.2%) children living in poverty, rising to 132 (28.9%) after housing costs
154(18.6%) children living in poverty. 261 (31.5%) after housing costs
85 (17.7%) children living in poverty, 149 (31.2%) after housing costs
85 children (17.7%) living in poverty, rising to 149 (31.2%) after housing costs
169 children living in poverty (16.9%), rising to 279 (28.0%) after housing costs
134 children living in poverty (15.5%), rising to 232 (26.8%) after housing costs
111 (15.8%) children living in poverty. 165 (23.4%) after housing costs
109 children living in poverty (14.5%). 173 after housing costs (23.0%)
37 children living in poverty (8.3%), rising to (80) or 18.2% after housing costs
43 children living in poverty (11.4%), rising to 93 (24.6%) after housing costs
92 children living in poverty (13.8%). 176 (26.2%) after housing costs
92 children living in poverty (13.8%). 176 (26.2%) after housing costs
117 children living in poverty (11.0%). 216 (20.3%) after housing costs
89 children living in poverty (11.4%). 160 (20.3%) after housing costs
163 children living in poverty (21.1%). 247 (32.1%) after housing costs
141 children living in poverty (26.4%). 223 (41.7%) after housing costs
70 children living in poverty (12.1%), 144 (24.9%) after housing costs
37 children living in poverty (8.3%). 80 (18.2%) after housing costs
79 (13.7%) children in poverty, 148 (25.7%) after housing costs