The 2021 Census is on Sunday 21 March.
Your answers on the questionnaire will help form decisions about services that shape our community for the next 10 years, such as healthcare, education & transport. It's easy to complete survey. And there's a range of services to help you, including support in different languages and accessible guidance.
For more information visit: www.census.gov.uk
All households will receive their Census Code in early March, which will allow them to complete their census forms on Census Day.
In order to fill out the census on, or just after, 21st March:
- Go to www.census.gov.uk
- Select 'start Census'
- Enter your unique household code
- Answer the questions (some are voluntary)
- Submit when complete
The Census should take around 10 minutes per person to complete. Your answers are protected by law and will be kept confidential. You can find more information in the privacy notice at www.census.gov.uk/privacy
For this Census, the preferred approach is online submission. Every Census completed online saves paper and taxpayers' money. However, paper questionnaires can be requested from the free-phone Census Helpline 0800 141 2021 (this is open 8am-8pm Monday to Friday and 8am - 1pm on Saturday).
Many people will need help completing their census forms. Family, trusted friends and trusted community members can provide help. A leaflet is attached to the right of this page which outlines what help is available for those who are vulnerable, shielding, or with various impairments.
If you or anybody you know in the village will still require assistance with completing their Census Form, please email the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07833 790375 (Monday - Friday 9am-5.30pm).