Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Broons do their bit to help shape Scotland’s Future

One of the nation’s best-loved fictional families, The Broons, got down to completing the census at Number 10 Glebe Street, Auchenshoogle on Census Day (Sunday 27 March). The storyline saw Paw Broon attempting to fill in the form amid the confusion of who exactly was staying chez Broon on census night itself. The cartoon strip […]

Organisations in Scotland back the 2011 Census

With less than a week to go until census day on Sunday, March 27, organisations throughout Scotland are backing the population count. The planning and allocation of billions of pounds worth of public services depends on everyone being included in the 2011 Census, and organisations endorsing the once-a-decade event include student groups, business users, equality […]

Enumerators take to the streets

Enumerators take to the streets. Census takers (enumerators) are now hand delivering around 2.5 million census questionnaires throughout Scotland: every household should have a copy by Census Day on Sunday March 27. You can fill in your questionnaire as soon as it arrives – provided your answers cover the people living or staying with you […]