Privacy policies: boring but necessary. A bit like flossing your teeth.

Our privacy policy sets out the ways in which Together Street uses your personal data when you subscribe to our mailing list or register for one of our events.  At Together Street, we're thoughtful about the information we collect from you; we won't ask for more information than necessary, we take measures to protect it and we won't hold it for longer than we need to.

A few notes before we begin:

  • When you read 'we', 'we'll' 'us' or 'our' in this privacy policy, this refers to Together Street. For example, Together Street organising the event you are attending, or managing the website you are using
  • 'the site' means the Together Street website
  • 'you' and 'your' means you, the person engaging with us, registering for our events or visiting our site

When you register for one of our events or subscribe to our mailing list, we'll process your personal data in accordance with this privacy policy. 



If you've got any any questions or comments about our use of your data, get in contact:

Address | FAO: Data Protection Officer, 20, Millpond Estate, London, SE16 4NA
Email |


information we hold about you

The information we hold about you can consist of the information you give us and the information we collect about you.

Information you give us
We collect any information you provide to us when you complete registration forms or provide us with your details. For example, when you subscribe to one of our mailing lists or attend one of our events (whether as a delegate, exhibitor, speaker or attendee). This information might include your name, email address, and other information relevant to the event or service that you’re registering for.
Information we collect about you
We will collect any information contained in any correspondence between you and us via contact forms on websites and emails or telephone calls.



The way we use your information depends on our relationship with you. Before you submit your personal data to us, we will provide you with more specific information (when necessary) about how we will use your data, along with a link to this privacy policy. We use personal data to provide you with information that you have requested from us, in relation to events and our newsletter. The purpose of this is that we need your contact details to keep you updated about the things you have indicated you're interested in hearing about from us. By signing up for an event or subscribing to our mailing list, you are consenting to us using your personal data for the purposes of communicating such information to you. For example, when you sign up to attend one of our events, we will use your contact details to keep you informed about details relating to that event. 

Sending information over the internet can be insecure, and although we
take measures to protect your information from unauthorised access we cannot
always guarantee the security of information sent over the internet. We won't hold your information for longer than we need to.


Your contact details are stored on an email service provider.



You have the right to:

  • Request a copy of the personal data we hold about you
  • Have your data corrected
  • Ask us to stop processing your data or withdraw your consent where we are relying on consent as the legal basis for any processing of your data.
  • Ask us to delete your personal data

If you'd like to see a copy of the information we hold about you, make a correction, ask us to stop processing your information or delete it forever, just get in touch with the Data Protection officer (aka Abi) using the contact details at the top of this page.

You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authorities if you believe we have not complied with any applicable data protection law. In the UK, the relevant authority is the Information Commissioners Office. You can find their details at


From time to time we may update this privacy policy. You can always find the most recent policy on the Together Street website, or you can request a copy in writing by contacting the Data Protection Officer.




If you've made it all the way to the end, we salute you! Perhaps you'd like to hop over and peruse the blog (it's a bit more interesting than the privacy policy, and it has pictures).