Brent Cycling Campaign are the Local Group of the London Cycling Campaign in Brent. We campaign for improved conditions for cycling in the local borough. If you would like to get involved get in contact, come to one of our meetings, or come along to a social ride.
Brent Cyclists adhere to the data protection practices of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) which are online here and is summarised below. We also follow additional privacy guidelines governed by the use of WordPress which are given below.
Personal information you provide (e.g. name and email address) is held and used in accordance with UK data protection laws.
Your information will be used to provide services from both the LCC and Brent Cycling Campaign. LCC and Brent Cycling Campaign will not pass your details to third parties without your permission.
The information is included within the LCC supporters database system and maintained within paper files where appropriate. Brent Cyclists no longer operate a separate membership database system.
Your data is stored with appropriate levels of security which take into account the nature of the data and the harm that might result from a breach of security.
Please note that LCC and Brent Cyclists may retain records for a time even if you unsubscribe to comply with legislative requirements.
To request a copy of the data LCC holds about you please write to LCC Membership Team, 2 Newhams Row, London SE1 3UZ and please note that a fee will be payable as permitted by the Data Protection Act – currently £10 per person.
Our website address is: https://www.brentcyclists.org.uk.
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