As we approach the 21st March, the national media campaign to promote the Census is now in full swing, and many households will already have received their Census invitation or paper questionnaire.
We particularly want to ensure that anyone who is isolated or may not have easy access to the internet knows that there is telephone support available should they need it. There is a national Census helpline and language line available (details here Contact us - Census 2021), and we also have two Census Support Centres in East Suffolk offering local support.
Here are the 3 key things you can do to support the promotion of the Census:
There are lots of Census resources you can share with people/organisations that you communicate with in your area:
(Further resources available at Downloadable resources - Census 2021)
If you have any questions or concerns about the Census, or would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me or alternatively our Census Engagement Manager for East Suffolk, Tim Buttle (copied in on this email).
Kelly Wigley | Project Manager
East Suffolk Council
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