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Glendenning was officially named a suburb in 1987. It is named after William Glendenning, a butcher from Plumpton who ran a slaughterhouse in what is now Glendenning on Lamb Street in the early 1900s. William Scott Glendinning was born to James Glendinning and Agnes Scott. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on December 17, 1864. His birth certificate says that his last name is Glendinning.
In October 2008, George Tupou V, King of Tonga, officially opened the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga. It is at the corner of Lamb Street and Glendenning Road. Busways, a bus company, has an office at 150 Glendenning Road in Blacktown.
The 2016 census showed that Glendenning was home to 5,131 people. The area is a classic mortgage belt because 59.7% of homes there are owned, which is almost twice the national average. Both the median monthly mortgage payment of $2,000 and the median weekly household income of $1,906 were above average. The number of families with children (64.2% of all families) was much higher than the national average, and the median age of people (31) was a lot younger than the average age of people in the country. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 2% of the people living there. 52.8% of people in the world were born in Australia. The Philippines (12.7%), India (11.4%), Fiji (2.9%), and New Zealand (2.0%) were the places where people were born most often. 48.6% of people only spoke English at home.
2.3% of people spoke Arabic at home, while 5.3% spoke Hindi, 8.6% spoke Tagalog, 9.4% spoke Punjabi, and 3.4% spoke Filipino. Anglican (8.6%), Hinduism (9.6%), Sikhism (8.7%), Catholic (34%) and “No Religion” (11.3%) were the top five answers for religion.
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