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CPA 2008 The cultural impact in London Sue Thiedeman Cultural Improvement Manager
CPA 2008 – Culture Introduction Highlight the overall CPA rates in all 33 boroughs. Assess the culture block scores across the capital. Compare Cultural NI Data Sport Arts Libraries Museums and galleries
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Sport NI8 - the percentage of the adult population in a local area who participated in sport and active recreation, at moderate intensity, for at least 30 minutes on at least 12 days out of the last 4 weeks (equivalent to 30 minutes on 3 or more days a week).
6 Active People Survey 2 ( ) The national picture Over 8.8million adults (8,835,000) undertake sport and active recreation on three days a week for 30 minutes at moderate intensity (3x30). This is equivalent to more than one in five adults in the population (21.3%). Overall participation has significantly increased since the Active People Survey 1 in 2005/06. Regular participation has increased from 21.0% (2005/06) to 21.3% (2007/08) representing 283,800 more adults participating in sport and active recreation.
Active People 1 Vs Active People 2 by region
Active People 2 – NI8
9 Where the decreases have happened Key Demographic Active People Survey 1 Active People Survey 2 Overall21.3%20.2% Female18.9%17.6% Age 16 to %25.9% Limiting illness or disability - None23.1%21.9% Age 25 TO %25.3% Age 35 TO %21.3% Age %24.3% Children in household - Yes21.2%19.6% Income £0 to £15, %11.9% Income £20,800 to £25, %15.3% Income £26,000 to £31, %17.6% Income £36,400 to £51, %24.2% Employed full time / part time25.1%23.2% Student full time / part time28.4%25.5%
Choice & Opportunity NI IncreaseNo changeDecrease Barnet London Borough Council42.1%37.5% Bexley London Borough Council31.0%34.2% Brent London Borough Council45.2%34.6% Corporation of London97.4% City of Westminster Council91.3%90.6% Croydon London Borough Council21.9%26.6% Greenwich London Borough Council35.9%48.6% Haringey London Borough Council90.2%88.9% Hounslow London Borough Council22.4%8.4% Islington London Borough Council100.0%98.4% London Borough of Barking and Dagenham49.8%0.2% London Borough of Bromley45.6%51.6% London Borough of Camden Council67.2%68.3% London Borough of Ealing58.2%52.4% London Borough of Enfield73.0%65.5% London Borough of Hackney93.3%92.9% London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham80.1%47.5% London Borough of Harrow45.0%28.8% London Borough of Havering Council43.9%33.2% London Borough of Hillingdon17.7%0.7% London Borough of Lambeth60.4%65.7% London Borough of Lewisham71.4%65.8% London Borough of Redbridge46.1%44.6% London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames74.5%71.3% London Borough of Sutton44.5%43.1% London Borough of Tower Hamlets89.0%87.5% London Borough of Waltham Forest84.5% Merton Council57.3% Newham London Borough Council75.2% Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea92.8% Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames63.2% Southwark Council84.0% Wandsworth Borough Council80.3%80.5%
Arts NI11 – Engagement in the arts. The % of people participate in the arts three times a year or more.
NI11 the % of people participate in the arts three times a year or more Area% NATIONAL England45.2% REGIONS South East49.9% London49.4% South West47.6% East46.6% East Midlands43.7% North West42.8% West Midlands41.0% Yorkshire40.1% North East39.0%
NI11 by borough Borough% % Barking & Dagenham30.5%Hounslow41.1% Barnet54.1%Islington61.7% Bexley43.7%Kensington & Chelsea65.1% Brent41.3%Kingston upon Thames53.2% Bromley56.6%Lambeth55.6% Camden67.1%Lewisham51.4% City of London66.1%Merton49.7% Croydon44.3%Newham28.9% Ealing44.0%Redbridge43.2% Enfield41.9%Richmond upon Thames65.7% Greenwich46.5%Southwark54.5% Hackney51.5%Sutton44.0% Hammersmith & Fulham61.9%Tower Hamlets43.8% Haringey57.6%Waltham Forest40.7% Harrow42.4%Wandsworth58.0% Havering41.1%Westminster57.5% Hillingdon41.2%
NI11 – Engagement in the arts Further information is available for NI11 at National Indicator (NI11) community of practice, facilitated by Arts Council England. This includes: 1.Arts Council England briefing note on NI11 baseline for local authorities 2.Top 10 Tips to increasing engagement in the arts 3.Comparison between propensity and actual data for London Arts specific market segmentation data now available at
Libraries NI9 - The percentage of adults in a LA who have used a public library service in the past 12 months. Use is for leisure purposes, including informal learning and studying or research for personal interests. Use of public libraries - Nationally Lowest: 37.6% Average: 48.5% Highest: 58.4%
Museums NI10: the percentage of adults in a LA who have visited a museum or gallery in the past 12 months. Visits are for leisure purposes, including informal learning and studying or research for personal interests. Online access to collections and outreach services are not counted. Visits to museums and galleries - Nationally Lowest: 36.6% Average: 53.8% Highest: 81.8%
NI10 - visits to museums and galleries
NI9 - use of public libraries 48.5% of adults in England visited a Library at least once in the past 12 months. This covers a wide range of participation rates at the local level, ranging from as low as 37.6% in Stoke-on-Trent City Council to 58.5% in Harrow.
53.8% of adults in England visited a Museum at least once in the past 12 months. Barking and Dagenham reported the lowest rate of participation at 36.6%; Camden reported the highest at 81.8%. NI10 – Visits to Museums and Galleries
Libraries, museums and galleries This is the first time comparable data on cultural engagement at the local level has been collected and published. Further detailed analysis of the data will be done to examine the correlation between class, race, deprivation, spending levels, and the proximity of museums and libraries themselves and will follow spring The figures break this down area by area, and region by region. An initial analysis of the data suggests a close link between library spending levels per head and participation data.