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Privacy Policy

League of Remembrance protects any personal information you give us while you use our websites. This policy is written in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. If you have any questions about it please email

What personal information do we collect?

Personal information is information that can be used to identify you. It can include your name, date of birth, email address, postal address, telephone number, fax number and credit/debit card details. We collect personal information when you ask about our activities, make a donation to us, or otherwise give us personal information.

How do we use your information?

We use your personal information to give you the information, services, or products you ask for. We can also use your information for administrative purposes, to let you know about changes and, if you agree, as part of our fundraising activities.

Any information we collect is stored and processed in the United Kingdom. Your personal information is not shared with third parties or used in any other way (other than described in this policy or as required by law) unless you agree. We reserve the right to share your personal information if we are legally obliged to, for data cleaning purposes, and to enable us to apply our terms and conditions and other agreements.

While we try to protect your personal information, League of Remembrance cannot guarantee the security of any information you transmit to us and you do so at your own risk. When we collect your personal information we use strict procedures and security features to prevent unauthorised access.

User statistics

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These Terms and Conditions are governed by English Law and are subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.