6 June 2018 Michael_T-V

Wondering where your latest newsletter is?

As part of the requirements under GDPR we wrote out to all members asking them to update their contact preferences. If you didn’t update your contact preferences or you selected not to receive e-mails from us, then from June you’ll no longer receive an email notification to let you know each time we have a magazine or newsletter available. But don’t panic, you can still login to the website to access both publications.

June newsletter

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Did you really need to do this?

Whilst the rules around GDPR are clear, we didn’t need to seek retrospective permission to send you newsletter/magazine notifications but we became aware during the our review of the new principles that our data protection protection statement didn’t tell you why we needed the information (i.e in order to process your membership, and send you notifications), so we saw this as an opportunity to make sure you were fully informed, and give you the option to decide how you wanted us to contact us. 

Isn’t there a Connaught out soon?

Yes there is, we delayed the publication this time to make sure as many people as possible had updated their mailing preferences so they didn’t miss out on the bi-monthly round up of ADO16 news. 

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Michael's interest in cars started from an early age, when he would spend time in his Dad's garage observing many a job being undertaken. Naturally as Michael grew up, cars were firmly a part of his DNA, and as such the interest has gone from strength to strength. Having always had a keen interest in all things British, it probably wouldn't surprise you to know that his portfolio of cars have always been British made.