Privacy policy

Mayfield Business Forum (MBF) works to build and maintain mutual trust with all those with whom it comes into contact.  Respecting and preserving the privacy of anyone who uses this website, or has contact with the organisation by any other means, is a key part of this.

How and why it uses your personal information is set out in the sections below.

Cookies

This website, like most others, uses cookies.  These are small files which are stored on any device (computer, tablet, phone, console) from which you access our website.  The files are important to remember choices you have made or information you have given so that you do not have to repeat entries and also so that the website operates smoothly and efficiently.  Their use includes showing you the content or offers that we believe are most relevant to you.

By using this website you agree to our use of cookies.  However you can turn off cookies by changing the settings in the browser you are using, though this might cause the website not to function properly.

Analytics

This website use Google Analytics, a third-party service, to collect and analyse standard information about visits to the website (pages visited, time spent, country of origin, downloads, etc.) using cookies.  However this data is only collected in aggregate format.  You can read Google’s privacy policy, including for Analytics, here and details of its cookie usage here

Mailing List

Mayfield Business Forum  keeps a list of names and email addresses of those who have signed up to receive emails about MBF meetings and plans as well as general business news of interest to local businesses and traders.  The data is stored securely on the personal computers of Roger Stone.  Subscribers can unsubscribe by replying to any email expressing their wish in any clear format (including just replying “STOP”).  Personal data is not shared with any other organisation without the express permission of the individual concerned.

Business Directory

MBF publishes business details, including personal contacts, of local businesses who attend MBF meetings IF the individual agrees.  Individuals can ask for these details to be deleted at any time by contacting Roger Stone.

Third Parties

None of the personal information collected by MBF on this website or by other means is provided to third parties for their marketing purposes.

Contacting us about the data we hold

If you need to contact MBF to access, amend or delete the data we hold about you, please contact Roger Stone via his details shown on the MBF Members page, stating clearly your request.

This privacy policy was created on 25th May 2018.