Several areas of Doncaster have experienced a population decrease between 2014 and 2019, according to the latest available figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Here is a list of the five areas in the borough where there has been the biggest decrease.
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1. 1, Armthorpe
Armthorpe has had the biggest population decrease in the borough, between 2014 and 2019. It dropped from 14,617 in 2014 to 14,405 in 2019 - a decrease of 1.5 per cent. Picture: Google
2. 2, Sprotbrough
There has been a population decrease of some 150 people in Sprotbrough between 2014 and 2019, with there now being a total of 10,902 registered as living in the area. This equates to a reduction of 1.4 per cent. Pictured is Sprotbrough Falls.
3. 3, Hatfield
Hatfield, a former pit village located to the north-east of Doncaster, has seen a population decrease of 0.9 per cent over the last five years. The number of people living there has fallen by 155 since 2014, and now stands at 17,587. Pictured is Hatfield Moors
4. 4, Conisbrough
Conisbrough has seen a population decrease of 0.9 per cent - or 142 people - over the last five years. Its population is now 16,434, according to the latest available figures. Pictured is Conisbrough Castle. Picture: Scott Merrylees
Photo: Scott Merrylees