Is Coatbridge Protestant or Catholic?

Is Coatbridge Protestant or Catholic?

Coatbridge, with a population of around 40,000 souls, has a majority Catholic population and ten churches belonging to that faith.

Is Coatbridge a Protestant?

A significant proportion of these immigrants were Protestant, but the majority were Catholic….Historic population of Coatbridge.

Year Population
1961 54,262
1971 51,493
1981 48,445
2001 41,170

How many people live in Coatbridge Scotland?

Further information about the population structure:

Age Groups Persons
0-15 years 8,188
16-64 years 28,583
65+ years 7,189

Where abouts is Coatbridge?

North Lanarkshire
Coatbridge, industrial burgh (town), North Lanarkshire council area, historic county of Lanarkshire, central Scotland, 9 miles (14 km) east of the city of Glasgow.

Is Coatbridge Celtic or Rangers?

Coatbridge is noted as a particular hotbed of Celtic support. A number of locals have also played professionally for the club including Gerry Creaney, Peter Grant, John McNamee and European cup medal winner, John ‘Yogi’ Hughes.

Is Coatbridge a deprived area?

Coatbridge locality has the highest levels of postcode areas in the most deprived 15% of data zones across Scotland (39.3%) than any of the other localities in North Lanarkshire (average 23.4%).

Is Coatbridge dump open?

Monday to Saturday, 7am to 6pm; Sunday, 7am to 5.30pm.

What is it like living in Coatbridge?

Easy commute and perfect for the kids! Plenty of good schools, clubs and it’s by the beach. Coatbridge isn’t that bad, plenty of green space and parks in and around the area. Great transport links to Glasgow and Edinburgh and not far from the m74 to go south.

What is the most Catholic town in Scotland?

Ironically, Barra, the most Scottish place in Scotland is overwhelmingly Catholic compared to Coatbridge’s slight majority.