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Hawcoat is a ward of the UK town Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, North West England. The ward is one of the few places in Barrow that has been permanently inhabited since the middle ages; Hawcoat was named and identified as Hietun in the Domesday Book. It is the most northerly ward in Barrow and in 2001 had a population of 5,307. The ward has more female residents than male and is the most ethnically diverse ward of Barrow, with recent estimates stating 87% of the ward's population as being of any White background, 6% of any Asian race (Hawcoat has the highest number and percentage of South Asians in Cumbria), 4% Black, and 3% as Other; around half or the ward's population was born outside of the town (with many of the non-indigenous being employed by the NHS at Furness General Hospital which is situated in the ward). Hawcoat covers an area of 4.58 square kilometres and has a population density of 1,160/km² (compared to 924/km² in Barrow as a whole). The town's second most successful football club, Holker Old Boys F.C. , are based in Hawcoat on Rakesmoor Lane. Barrow Hospital - geograph. org. uk - 479591. jpg Furness General Hospital is a significant employer in Hawcoat

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