St Mary's Centre
By Susan Toner - 14th March 2021 4:00pm
Need help in completing the census?
If you are worried about being able to complete the census form either on line or the paper version, then assistance is available from Buckinghamshire Council.
You can get help by telephoning Buckinghamshire Council's Customer Service Centre on 0300 131 6000 from Monday to Thursday between 9.00 am and 5.30 pm and Friday 9.00am until 5.00pm.
Just ask for help with the census form and you will be through to members of staff from the AYLESBURY Library who have been specially trained to give advice and support to those struggling with the form.
Whilst it is law that every adult in the UK complete a census form and you can be fined for not doing so, the Government recognises that for a variety of legitimate reasons a lot of people won't be able to do so on March 21st. In order to give everyone the opportunity to complete the form in addition to telephone advice the AYLESBURY LIBRARY is offering bookable advice sessions on Tuesdays and Thursday in April. These sessions will be available up until Tuesday May 4th.
Help with filling in the paper forms or use of the public computers in the AYLESBURY LIBRARY are offered. These sessions MUST be booked 48 hours in advance by calling 0300 131 6000 and asking to book an appointment for census help. Customers attending the library must wear a mask unless medically exempt and be unaccompanied unless a care or translator is required.
Whilst the libraries remain closed until April 12th this service has been arranged to help as many people as possible in Buckinghamshire to complete the census.
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