Where is the UK's youngest and oldest city populations?

Where is the UK's youngest and oldest city populations?

"Over the past two decades, the average age of a UK resident has risen by two years, to 40. Within 30 years, one in four people is expected to be aged 65 and over. But the picture in cities is more complex.

At 38, the average city dweller is younger. Cities are home to 62% of people aged 18-34, but only 46% of those aged 65 and over."  Coventry is one of the top 11 cities in the country with the youngest average age population.

The BBC reports "in contrast, Blackpool has the oldest population of any UK city, with an average age of 43.2.  It is followed by fellow coastal cities of Worthing (43), Bournemouth (42.8) and Southend (42.2)."  Read all 

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