The Rural Community Vibrancy Index is a statistical measure designed by the British Government's Countryside Agency which is meant to measure the potential for, or reality of, community participation in rural settlements.
Towns and villages can score a maximum of 14 points on the index.
A score of less than four points means that a community has poor community vibrancy, a score of five to eight points is "positive" and a score of nine or above means a community has "extensive" vibrancy.
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