A new official map has been created showing how deadly the coronavirus outbreak has been in each Hyndburn neighbourhood during 2020.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) published new data this week for people who have Covid-19 listed as the 'main cause of death' between March 1 and December 31.

The deaths are listed by middle-layer super output area (MSOA). These are neighbourhoods with an average population of 7,200 residents.

A total of 124 deaths were recorded across Hyndburn's nine wards over the 10-month period.

Clayton-le-Moors & Huncoat was the worst area for the coronavirus-related tragedy with 22 deaths.

Accrington North East recorded the next highest death toll with 19, followed by Great Harwood with 17 and Accrington West with 16.

Three areas of the borough recorded fewer than 10 deaths over the period, with the joint-lowest in Rishton and Church seven fatalities each.

The ONS has published the new interactive map below.

You can input your postcode and the tool will tell you how many deaths there have been in your area.

The point on the map doesn't show the exact location of a death, it signals the centre of the local area where it occurred. The size of the point increases according to the number of deaths.

The ONS said to protect confidentiality, a small number of deaths have been reallocated between neighbouring areas.

To find the number of deaths in your neighbourhood, enter your postcode on the map here:

LancsLive has analysed the data for Hyndburn postcodes to reveal the full extent of the deaths caused by coronavirus in 2020:

Clayton-le-Moors & Huncoat - 22

Accrington North East - 19

Great Harwood - 17

Accrington West - 16

Accrington South East - 14

Oswaldtwistle - 13

Broadfield & Knuzden - 9

Rishton - 7

Church - 7

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