There is wide variation in the social fabric scores of different places around the United
Kingdom, suggesting that some communities are far more resilient than others. The median social fabric score is 4.88, which is held by Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. The local authority with the highest score, Richmond upon Thames, has a score 32% higher than the median, of 6.42, while the lowest, Kingston upon Hull, has a score of 3.43, 30% below the median. This suggests that the social fabric score in Richmond is nearly twice as high as in Kingston upon Hull using our composite measure.