Mind Your Head
When you view www.mindyourhead.org.uk your visit and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Privacy Statement, Disclaimer and the Terms and Conditions of Use.
Mind Your Head recognises the importance of protecting the privacy of anyone who visits the Website. This Privacy Statement sets out the policy adopted by Mind Your Head towards the collection and use of information obtained from those visiting and using this site. By visiting or using the Website you consent to the collection and use by Mind Your Head of information about you in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and this Privacy Statement.
When registering with the site, completing a Contact Information Form or contacting us by e-mail, we obtain personal information (eg user's name, e-mail address, postal address, telephone numbers, etc.) from you. This information will be held on our database and will be kept secure. The information will not be not be made available for sale, and shall not be shared with third parties except where:-
The personal information is used for notifying customers and partners of future updates to our products or services.
This Website contains hypertext links. Mind Your Head are not responsible for the privacy policies operated by the owners of those sites and does not accept responsibility for any information obtained by third parties as a result of use by you of such hypertext links.
Mind Your Head reserves the right periodically to update or modify this Privacy Statement. Any changes to this Privacy Statement will be posted on this site so users are always aware of the information collected, the reasons for such collection and the purposes, if any, to which Mind Your Head may put such information. Mind Your Head encourages users who may have specific concerns about the gathering or use of any such information to view this Privacy Statement regularly.
Please contact us at if you wish to have your personal information removed from a particular mailing list or database at any time.
Graeme Howell's blog charting his epic struggle to walk 5k.......bits of positivityRead
Mind Your Head are delighted to announce that they have been awarded over £300,000 over a three-year period to launch much needed mental health support services.Read
As part of mental health awareness week, which runs from Monday 8th May, Mind Your Head, Brae High School Youth Worker and Art Machine have worked collaboratively with local Brae High School student Imogen Leslie in designing a campaign targeting young people- SydneyRead