1. The Census needs to be completed by every household in Wales and England. It does not matter what your status is, where you were born or your nationality. Another way of looking at it is if you are planning to stay here for 3 months or longer then you need to complete the Census.
2. The Census is a once in a ten year survey which public services use the data to help them understand how to plan for services needed.
3. Your data is totally anonymous, and is kept that way for a 100 years.
4. The Office of National Statistics collects the Census data, and is totally independent of the Government. The ONS does not share your date with any government body such as Benefits Agency, Tax Office or the Home Office. It is not able to by law.
5. There are several ways to complete the Census. You will need a 16 digit access code to complete the Census online. (you can get your access code online too – www.census.gov.uk); a paper version, you can book an appointment with the Census Support Centre and they will ring you back at the agreed time and complete it with you or, if you have a trusted helper or member of your community, they can help you complete it remotely.
Here is the link to the guidance in Arabic
Here is the link to guidance in Urdu
Here is the link to guidance in Bengali
Here is the link the guidance in Polish
Here is the link to the guidance in Kurdish
Here is the link to the guidance in Romanian
Here is the link to the guidance in French
Here is the link to the guidance in Portuguese
0800 876 6276 – this is the dedicated number to order a paper copy of the census
0800 169 2021 this is the number of the Census bilingual Help Line they can help with the following:-
· Booking an appointment to complete your Census;
· Order a paper version of the Census;
· Order an access code;
· Talk to Census Support Officers in 19 language lines
Online links include
· Order an Access code – https://census.gov.uk
· Order a Braille guidance booklet https://census.gov.uk/help/languages-and-accessibility/accessibility/braille
· Order an Easy read guidance booklet https://census.gov.uk/contact-us
You are invited to take part in an exciting Health and Wellbeing programme First Campus at the University of South Wales are delivering in April, May and June.
Everyone deserves a sense of Wellbeing and this course will help you discover yours. The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all our lives, particularly our physical and mental health. Good mental health and wellbeing is all about how we behave toward ourselves and in this course, will help you:
- Care about and for yourself
- Look after your physical health by eating well, sleeping well, exercising and enjoying yourself.
- Look after your mental health through mindfulness and combatting loneliness, anxiety and depression
- Realise our own potential
- Cope with the normal stresses of life
- Work productively and fruitfully
- Make a meaningful contribution to your community.
The Health and Wellbeing Programme includes four short courses of six sessions each in the following subjects:
1. Introduction to Mindfulness
Tuesday April the 13th, 20th and 27th and May the 4th, 11th and 18th.
2. Building Resilience
Thursday April 15th, 22nd and 29th and May 6th, 13th and 20th.
- Living with Loneliness and Stress
Tuesday June 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th and July 6th and 13th
- Understanding Anxiety and Depression
Thursday June 10th, 17th and 24th and May 1st, 8th and 15th.
Materials including Wellbeing Journal, Happiness Journal, Anxiety Art Therapy book, Kindness workbook, Depression Workbook, Stress Cards and a Jar of daily mindful tasks will be posted out before each workshop.
Please sign up using the link below, or QR Code above.
If you are not able to use the link or QR Code and would prefer to receive a hard copy form or PDF to print off and post back, please contact me. There are a maximum of 20 places which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Courses in this programme lead onto the suite of L3 accredited counselling and wellbeing courses planned for delivery in September 2021.
I look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the programme.
Rheolwr Llinyn Oedolion First Campus | First Campus Adult Strand Manager
Prifysgol De Cymru | University of South Wales
Ffon | Tel: (01443) 482912 | 07948347441
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All courses include a tutor-led introduction and final day de-brief, with
tutor support available throughout.
All courses award an e-certificate from Highfield Qualifications.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to take part but have no suitable device or Internet connection, call – Advice Line on 02920 871071 to ask about the tablet loan scheme.