England & Wales Census – 21st March 2021

The next UK Census will take place on 21 March 2021.

The census is a survey that happens every 10 years and gives us a picture of all the people and households in England and Wales. The census is unique. There’s simply nothing else that gives so much detail about us and the society we live in.

All kinds of organisations, from local authorities to charities, use the information to help provide the services we all need, including transport, education and healthcare. Without the census, it would be much more difficult to do this.

By taking part, you’ll be helping make sure you and your community get the services needed now and in the future.

For more information, go here.

It’s important you take part in the census. The information it gives has the power to make a real impact on our everyday lives.

The census is vital to all of us

The census helps us understand what our society needs now and what it’s likely to need in the future. The information it collects helps plan and fund services in your area. This could include transport, education and healthcare.

Charities also use census information to help get the funding they need. Businesses use it to decide where to set up, which creates job opportunities.

You can find out about how the Mental Health Foundation and London Fire Brigade use census data to support and protect communities.

Its success could help you

Census 2021 will help give the best picture of the needs of everyone living in England and Wales.

A total of 94% of people took part in the last census, helping each area receive its share of public funding. Without the census, it would be much more difficult to provide the services you and your community need.

You must complete the census by law

You must complete the census by law. If you do not, or if you supply false information, you could be fined up to £1,000. Some questions are clearly labelled as voluntary. It is not an offence if you do not answer these.

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