Privacy Policy

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Fruit Routes and GDPR

What personal information do we hold about you?
Your name and email address.

Why do we collect your information?
To keep you updated about Fruit Route events.

Who has access to your data at the University?
The Sustainability Team

Who do we share your data with outside the University?
Anne-Marie Culhane, Artist and Founder of Fruit Routes Project.

How long do we keep your information?
3 years.

General Information
Loughborough University does not sell your data to third parties or other organisations. From time to time, Loughborough University will use your personal data to conduct analysis that will provide useful information.

Who can I contact?
If you have a general question about how Fruit Routes related data is used, please do contact us. You can contact Please also contact this email if you have a concern or complaint about how your data is being handled.

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For more information about Fruit Routes and GDPR please read the section in our privacy policy »