Following on from National Census day in March, here’s what will be happening over the coming weeks to ensure everyone completes the Census: People who haven’t completed a census questionnaire will now be starting to receive reminder letters and follow-up visits from field officers. Field officers can offer help and advice from the doorstep and signpost... Read more »
EU, EEA or Swiss citizens or their family members resident in the UK by 31 December 2020, now have less than 100 days left to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to ensure they can continue to live, work, study, access free healthcare and benefits here after 30 June 2021. Find further information on how... Read more »
Spring is the time to refresh and renew. As well as Spring cleaning your home, why not make sure your finances are in order this March? Here are our nine useful tips to help you keep on top of your finances: Work out your budget: Create a simple budget listing what you’re earning, what you’re spending and where you might be able to save money. You can use the Citizens Advice budget tool to... Read more »
It’s almost time to take part in Census 2021. It’s your opportunity to help inform decisions about services that shape your community in Peterborough, such as doctors’ surgeries, new schools and transport. It’s important that you fill in your census questionnaire because it will give the government the most detailed information to date about our... Read more »
The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your local community in Peterborough, including healthcare, education and transport. What is it? The census is a unique survey that happens every 10 years. It gives a snapshot of all the people and households in England and Wales... Read more »
With the news that energy prices are set to rise for millions of households this spring, the Cambridgeshire Home Energy Support Service (CHESS) is on hand to help residents in Northern Cambridgeshire reduce their energy bills. “This price hike has been announced at a time when families are already struggling to pay their heating bills, due... Read more »
Find out how you could save big by switching your energy, broadband and phone deals. As we head into the New Year, after the cost of Christmas and 2020, many of us are looking for ways to look after our money and save a little better. Easy wins can seem hard to come by, but... Read more »
Take control of your money and find ways to save better As we enter the New Year, many of us are thinking about money and finding ways to save after the cost of Christmas. Getting on top of your household finances with a few smart decisions can make a huge difference to your monthly outgoings,... Read more »
After everything that happened in 2020, many of us are extra conscious about how much we’re spending and what we can do to save. If you’re looking for an easy win, you could potentially save hundreds of pounds by simply taking a few minutes to look at your car insurance. I know, I know… it... Read more »
A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference, Time to Talk Day on February the 4th is a chance for thousands of people to join together for one day and tackle the stigma around mental health. Talking about mental health is not always easy. But starting a conversation doesn’t... Read more »
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