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Deaths from coronavirus in each Preston, South Ribble and Chorley neighbourhood revealed

Posted on - 13th June, 2020 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Ashton-on-Ribble, Bamber Bridge, Broughton, Deepdale, Fishwick, Fulwood, Grimsargh, Health, Ingol, Lostock Hall, Moor Park, Penwortham, Plungington, Politics, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Ribbleton, University campus, Walton-le-Dale, Woodplumpton
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A map showing how many people have died from coronavirus in each electoral ward has been updated.

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The total number of people to have died from coronavirus in Preston, South Ribble and Chorley during March, April and May is 279.

109 of those deaths took place in May, with a further 157 people dying in April and 13 in March, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics.

The worst hit area is Longsands in Fulwood, where 18 people have lost their lives to the virus.

The lowest number of deaths were recorded in Farington and Moss Side, which have each seen just one death from coronavirus.

Preston has seen 112 deaths from covid-19, with 43 of those deaths taking place in the last month.

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South Ribble has had 69 deaths from the virus, with 21 of those taking place n the last month.

Chorley has had 98 deaths, with Chorley West being the worst hit area. 15 people have died from coronavirus in that area, with four of those deaths happening in the last month.

Preston

Skyline of Preston catches a golden glow Pic: Paul Melling
Pic: Paul Melling

Broughton & Wychnor  – Three people have died from coronavirus in Broughton and Wychnor. One person died in April and two in May.

Grimsargh & Goosnargh – Eight people have died from coronavirus, one in March, five in April and two in May.

Longsands – Eighteen people have died in Longsands, six in April and 12 in May.

Cadley & College –A total of seven people have died from coronavirus in this ward, four in April and three in May.

Fulwood – Nine people have died in Fulwood, two in March, five in April and two in May.

Ingol – Twelve people have died from coronavirus in Ingol, five in April and seven in May.

Lea & Marina –Four people have died from the virus, all in May.

Ashton & Larches –Seven people have died, four in April, three in May.

Plungington & University –Two people have died, one in April, one in May.

Haslam Park – Five people have died from coronavirus, one in April and four in May

Moor Park – Five people have died, all in April

St George’s –Two people have died, one in April, one in May

St Matthews – A total of six people have died in this ward, two in April and four in May.

Frenchwood & Fishwick – Seven people have died from coronavirus, five in April, two in May.

Ribbleton – Nine people have died in total, three in March, three in April and three in May.

Brookfield & Holme Slack – Eight people have died in this area, two in March, one in April and five in May.

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South Ribble

Railway Bridge over River Ribble Pic: David Toase
Railway Bridge over River Ribble Pic: David Toase

Lower Penwortham South – Five people have died from coronavirus in this ward, four in April and one in May.

Lower Penwortham North – Three people have died, one in March and one in April.

Penwortham South – A total of three people have died, all in May.

Penwortham North – Four people have died from coronavirus in this area. Three in April, one in May.

Lostock Hall – Nine people have died, eight in April and one in May.

Bamber Bridge East- Four people have died, one in March, two in April and one in May.

Bamber Bridge West – Five people have died, four in April, one in May.

Walton-le-Dale – Six people have died.

Gregson Lane & Coupe Green – Five people have died from coronavirus in this area, three in April and two in May.

Longton & Walmer Bridge – Seven people have died in this area, three in April and four in May.

New Longton & Hutton –Five people have died, three in April, two in May.

Farington – One person died in this area. Their death happened in April.

Moss Side – One person has died in Moss Side. Their death was in May.

Leyland South West – Seven people have died from coronavirus. One person died in March, three in April and three in May.

Seven Stars –Six people have died in this area, five in April and one in May.

Leyland South East & Buckshaw – Three people have died from coronavirus, two in April and one in May.

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Chorley

A view of the proposed Market Walk development
A view of the proposed Market Walk development in Chorley

Clayton-le-Woods – A total of eight people have died, one in March, five in April and two in May.

Clayton Brook – Eleven people have died in Clayton Brook, nine in April, two in May.

Brindle & Withnell –Two people have died in this area. Both were in April.

Whittle-le-Woods and Anglezarke – Six people have died, five in April, one in May.

Chorley West – Fifteen people have died in this area. One death was in March, 10 were in April and four were in May.

Euxton –Nine people have died from coronavirus in Euxton. Six people died in April and three in May.

Croston & Mawdesley – One person has died in this area. Their death was in May.

Eccleston & Charnock Richard – Five people have died in this area, three in April and two in May.

Chorley North –Four people have died from coronavirus, two in April and two in May.

Chorley South West –Two people have died, both in May.

Chorley Town & South –Twelve people have died in this area, nine in April and three in May.

Chorley East –Two people have died in Chorley East, one in April and one in May.

Coppull –Seven people have died from coronavirus in Coppull. Three deaths happened in April and four in May.

Adlington & Rivington – Twelve people have died, eight in April and four in May.

Brindle & Withnell –Two people have died from coronavirus in this area, both in April.

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