Sunday, 13 December 2020

Statistics for the weekend 12/13 December

The Mass figures for the weekend Nov 12/13

The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 39 (34) - up 6
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 41 (50) - down 4
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 24 (25) - up 2
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 31 (40) - down 10
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 43 (34) - up 10
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 33 (50) - down 8
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 3 (25) - down 2
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 26 (50) - no change

Our numbers this weekend were down 7 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 244. Before "Lockdown 2" the numbers had been 257, 311, 284, 269, 220, 274.

237 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 41.4%.


The four point rolling average will no longer be valid because of Lockdown 2, so I have taken the last data point (280 - generated on 1/11/2020) and used that as a fixed point for the two weeks preceding this our first hard numbers. Thus for my purposes the last four weeks values are 280, 280, 244, 237. The true four point rolling average will only be valid in three weeks time, but it gives us something to work on. 

Average (not four point rolling average) 260.

I will plot this on the above graph, but with the caveats already mentioned.  


Data based on four point simple rolling average:

280    (Generated 01/11/2020)
271    (Generated 25/10/2020)
261.5 (Generated 18/10/2020)


[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

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