Figures show the Banbury areas with the highest percentage of deaths due to Covid - one year on since the first lockdown

Latest Government figures show the areas in and around Banbury which were hardest hit by Covid-19

Friday, 19th March 2021, 12:04 pm
Updated Friday, 19th March 2021, 12:24 pm

The latest figures from the Government's Office of National Statistics (ONS) show the areas in and around Banbury which were hardest hit by Covid-19 almost year from the start of the pandemic.

The latest ONS data shows the number of deaths and the per cent of deaths caused by Covid-19, which were registered between March 2020 and February 2021.

Every death is tragic and the latest figures come as the country will mark the one-year anniversary of the start of the pandemic with a Day of Reflection on Tuesday March 23.

Latest Government figures show the areas in and around Banbury which were hardest hit by Covid-19

The Hardwick area of Banbury town was hit the hardest with highest per cent of deaths attributed to Covid at 19 per cent.

Chipping Norton and the Enstone Middle Barton areas had the highest per cent of Covid deaths for the entire Banburyshire area with 21 per cent each for the year.

Here are the figures for the Banbury area:

These are 12 month totals from March 2020 to February 2021 starting with Banbury town.

Banbury Hardwick

Deaths from all causes - 47

Deaths from Covid-19 - 9

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 19%

Banbury Grimsbury

Deaths from all causes - 117

Deaths from Covid-19 - 20

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 17%

Banbury Calthorpe

Deaths from all causes - 47

Deaths from Covid-19 - 8

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 17%

Banbury Easington

Deaths from all causes - 122

Deaths from Covid-19 - 20

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 16%

Banbury Neithrop

Deaths from all causes - 62

Deaths from Covid-19 - 10

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 16%

Banbury Ruscote

Deaths from all causes - 103

Deaths from Covid-19 - 16

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 16%

Cropredy, Wroxton & Shennington

Deaths from all causes - 79

Deaths from Covid-19 - 9

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 11%

Deddington, Steeple Aston & Heyfords

Deaths from all causes - 84

Deaths from Covid-19 - 8

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 10%

Bodicote, Adderbury & Bloxham

Deaths from all causes - 111

Deaths from Covid-19 - 9

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 8%

Sibford, Hook Norton & Milcombe

Deaths from all causes - 56

Deaths from Covid-19 - 4

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 7%

Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden:

Deaths from all causes - 87

Deaths from Covid-19 - 12

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 14%

Kings Sutton, Greatworth & Evenley

Deaths from all causes - 61

Deaths from Covid-19 - 6

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 10%

Brackley North

Deaths from all causes - 62

Deaths from Covid-19 - 8

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 13%

Kingham, Enstone & Middle Barton

Deaths from all causes - 71

Deaths from Covid-19 - 15

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 21%

Chipping Norton

Deaths from all causes - 120

Deaths from Covid-19 - 25

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 21%

Kineton, Tysoe & Warmington

Deaths from all causes - 117

Deaths from Covid-19 - 20

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 17%

Shipston-on-Stour & Brailes

Deaths from all causes - 134

Deaths from Covid-19 - 20

Per cent of deaths related to Covid - 15%