"I fear for my own safety when strapping my child into a car seat from the street side..." (MZ)


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Last updated: 26 Jan 2021


What we do with Surveys

DRAG uses surveys to collect facts and opinions from residents of Drakefell Road.  We use this information to bring pressure to bear on the Authorities and other influential bodies in accordance with the stated aims of the Group.

Along with the main survey information, we may also collect a few items of information about you, including your contact details.  Some of these items are optional and you can choose whether to provide them or not, whilst fields that are essential to the surveys will be marked with an asterisk.

When you complete a survey, we will register you as a Member of Drakefell.org if you haven't already done so yourself.  This means that we will be able to send you newsletters and generally contact you about the campaign and local issues.  You will also be able to login to the site via the home page and view the Members Page.

We would like to assure you that in accordance with our privacy policy, we will never share any of your personal information with anyone without your expressed permission.  We only collect this information so that we can contact you as a member and keep you informed - never for marketing or any other purpose.

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