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List of smallest cities in the United Kingdom

These are the chartered cities in the United Kingdom with a population of less than 100,000 after the 2nd most recent (2001) census. For the full list, see List of cities in the United Kingdom.

Lichfield, Hereford and Salisbury are in addition to being some of the smallest cities in England, among the most populous civil parishes.

City Population Home Nation
1 St David's 1,797[1] Wales
2 St Asaph 3,491 Wales
3 City of London 7,185[2] England
4 Wells 10,406[3] England
5 Bangor 13,725[4] Wales
6 Armagh 14,590 Northern Ireland
7 Ely 15,102[5] England
8 Ripon 15,922[6] England
9 Truro 17,431[7] England
10 Chichester 23,731[8] England
11 Newry 27,433 Northern Ireland
12 Lichfield 27,900[9] England
13 Salisbury 39,726[10][11] England
14 Winchester 41,420[12] England
15 Canterbury 43,432 England
16 Perth 44,820 Scotland
17 Stirling 45,115 Scotland
18 Hereford 50,154[13] England
19 St Albans 64,038[14] England
20 Inverness 71,000 Scotland
21 Lisburn 71,465 Northern Ireland
22 Carlisle 71,465 England
23 Chester 77,040[15] England
24 Londonderry 83,652 Northern Ireland
25 Bath 83,992[16] England
26 Lincoln 85,595[17] England
27 Durham 87,709[18] England
28 Worcester 93,353[19] England

References

  1. ^ Census 2001 : Pembrokeshire
  2. ^ Census 2001 : City of London
  3. ^ Census 2001 : Mendip
  4. ^ Census 2001 : Gwynedd
  5. ^ Census 2001 : East Cambridgeshire
  6. ^ Census 2001 : Harrogate
  7. ^ Census 2001 : Carrick
  8. ^ Census 2001 : Chichester
  9. ^ Census 2001 : Lichfield
  10. ^ Census 2001 : Salisbury (Former Local Authority)
  11. ^ Census 2001 : Salisbury
  12. ^ "KS01 Usual resident population: Census 2001, Key Statistics for urban areas". National Statistics. Retrieved 2009-04-23. 
  13. ^ Census 2001 : Herefordshire
  14. ^ [1]
  15. ^ "Demographics". Cheshire County Council. Archived from the original on June 26, 2008. Retrieved 27 September 2008. 
  16. ^ Bathnes.gov.uk, Bath and North East Somerset District Council: Population Statistics
  17. ^ Census 2001 : Key Statistics : City of LincolnOffice for National Statistics : Retrieved 2009-11-22
  18. ^ Census 2001 : Durham
  19. ^ Census 2001 : Worcester
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