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The inclusion of such links does not imply any endorsement of the linked site by the Parish Church of St Andrew's, Medstead. You link to any such linked site entirely at your own risk.
The Parish Church of St Andrew's, Medstead, does not accept any responsibility or liability for protection of personal data which you may submit to a third party's site. We recommend you check the wording of the relevant privacy policies before you submit any personal data to those sites.
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It is only when you complete a form which specifically requests personal information that you can be identified. When completing such forms you may be asked for personal information such as your name, address, email address, etc.
Where you voluntarily choose to give us your personal details, they will be used exclusively for providing you with the information or service you have requested.
We will not store your details any longer than is necessary to process your request.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
We will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to anyone.
We will only send personally identifiable information about you to other organisations when we have your express consent. This is only necessary when we need to share your information in order to provide the information or service requested.
We may also have to disclose or share your personal data if we are required to comply with any legal obligation in response to subpoenas, court orders or other legal process.
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