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In the Methodist Church, we have all been made aware that new rules on Data Protection came into play in May 2018. I have agreed to be Data Champion for both AMC and the Circuit and am running two short briefing sessions on 29th September 2018 at AMC. These will be 10.00 -12 noon, and 14.00 — 16.00. The training will be as it relates to the Methodist Church. As we are a connexional church, some areas are dealt with differently from other organisations including other denominations.

If you would like to come along, please reserve your place by either emailing info@storerassociates.co.uk or ringing me on 01296 622656. Many thanks, Marilyn Storer.

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