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Safeguarding & Data

It is everyone’s responsibility to keep each other safe at all times, particularly children, the elderly and others who may be less able to look after themselves.  Every year, we re-commit ourselves to a Safeguarding Policy and appoint a Safeguarding Officer. Our safeguarding policy is shown below.

In the unlikely event that you feel uneasy about anything at Trinity from the safeguarding perspective, please do not hesitate to contact our Safeguarding Officer or, if you would prefer to contact someone who is not associated with the church, you should contact the Safeguarding Officer for the Circuit. Contact information is here

We need to hold personal information on those who attend regularly for administration of the church.  All personal information is kept securely and carefully monitored to ensure that it is up-to-date and only used in the correct circumstance.  An overview of our Data Privacy Statement is attached below.