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GDPR and privacy policy

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) is effective in Europe and Worldwide after 25th May 2018

We (ie The All or Nothing Scooter Club, also known as AoNSC) use your personal information as follows:-


To process and manage our membership list.

We wil use your email address to send you newsletters, advising of forthcoming events.

We undertake to keep the data secure and relevant for purpose. We will keep the data only for as long as you are a member.

For the record, membership data held by us is as follows:

Name, Postal Address, e-mail address, telephone number, Scooter registration number, make and model.

Guests purchasing tickets to our events

We will delete the information provided on the tickets page one week after the event, unless you have ticked the box to join our mailing list. This information is used to send tickets, and to inform you of any changes to the event.

Mailing Lists

We send occasional e-mails to other scooter clubs in the UK, former members, and friends of the club, advising them of events that we are promoting.

On 18th April 2018, we sent an e-mail to all people on our lists asking them if they wish to continue recieving occasional informative e-mails, or if they want their data to be removed. If we do not recieve confirmation by the end of April that they wish to stay in contact, they will be removed from our lists.

To remove yourself from our membership mailing list, please contact the webmaster with the email address that you wish to have removed.


We do not provide this data to any other body other than those legally entitled under due process of law (i.e. police and other law enforcement bodies as authorised by the courts).

You have the right to request to view the data held on you at any time.

We undertake to amend the data held if requested by you.

In the event of concerns we request that you first make contact with us so we may resolve any perceived issues to your satisfaction.

In the event of dispute you have the right to contact the Information Commissioners Office.


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Page updated on 09/02/2024