Within a day of receiving our invite to participate in the 2021 census, we had gone online and filled it in. A few more questions from the last one.
No doubt, there will be those who mess about when filling it in but from an ancestry point of view, they are very useful. Despite that, our ancestors were not always truthful when it came to it.
We won't be able to access the 1921 census until next year so will look forward to that.
Raised bed 3 in the back garden, has had a cover on it for several weeks now. It was getting a bit too wet from the incessant rainfall. I managed to sow 3 half rows of radish, beetroot and Cos lettuce. Hopefully they will come up soon and not be eaten by slugs of which I am sure, there are many in there:(
The cover has gone back on in preparation for the awful weather due tomorrow and Thursday. We are due to have 'black winds' (high winds marked in black on the weather forecast) from 11am Wednesday until 5pm on Thursday afternoon. Gulp!
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Goid luck with your down seeds, I'm not sowing anything as yet. It too cold and wet. Fingers crossed for better weather soon.ReplyDelete
Won’t be sowing anything tender for ages yet. These are old seeds, under cover so might do something.Delete
I do hope that I shall get a booklet with boxes to fill in. On line would be a nightmare!ReplyDelete
Digital only I believe. Very straightforward. There is plenty of help online, by phone, email etc.Delete
A new follower.Delete
We regularly get black winds down here in the South West! xReplyDelete
A good description methinks.Delete
The wind and rain has already started with a vengeance here. WReplyDelete
It's such an easy why to do the Census this time isn't it. I had mine done in no time.ReplyDelete