Trent Debt Advice is run by Trent Vineyard, a Christian Church affiliated to Vineyard Churches UK and a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under No. 3018774.

TDA is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
Trent Vineyard Charity Number

Registered Address
Trent Vineyard,
Unit 1,
Easter Park,
Lenton Lane,

t: 0115 988 7069


Collection of Information

Information is collected from you primarily to make it easier and more rewarding for you to use our website. You may be asked to provide information such as your name or email address in order to subscribe to a newsletter or a service. It is entirely your choice whether to respond to these questions or not.

At present, Trent Debt Advice only collects anonymous information through this website. For instance, we may collect information to tell us that five thousand people visit this Privacy Policy today, but we do not know their names, where they live or their date of birth - they are 'anonymous' to us.

Use of Personal Information

Trent Debt Advice will only use the personal information you have chosen to provide us for the purpose for which you provided it. Trent Debt Advice will not use it for any other purpose without your consent.

No Sale of Personal Information

Under no circumstances will Trent Debt Advice sell or receive payment for licensing or disclosing your personal information.



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The Data Protection Act 1998 is designed to protect personal data about living individuals (‘Data Subjects’). This means that any person or organisation who handles personal data must comply with the requirements of the Act. Such a person or organisation is called a ‘Data Controller’.

What is personal data?

Personal data is information about a living individual from which that person can be identified. That information can exist in a variety of formats, for example on a computer or in a paper filing system.

What principles apply to the collection of personal data?

There are eight governing principles that must be followed in relation to the processing of data about individuals.

We must process data fairly and lawfully. We must collect and process data for only one or more specified purposes. In essence, we must not collect data for one reason and then use it for something else.

The data we hold must be adequate for its purpose or purposes but not excessive or irrelevant.
Any data we hold must be accurate and, where necessary, kept up-to-date.
We must not keep data for longer than necessary.
We must process data in accordance with the rights of the Data Subject under the Act.
We must ensure data is kept securely and we must guard against its accidental loss.
We must not transfer personal data outside the European Economic Area unless the country receiving it has an adequate level of protection for the rights and freedoms of data subjects.

How we use your data?

All personal data provided by you is treated strictly in accordance with the terms of the Data Protection Act. This means that confidentiality will be protected and that appropriate security measures are taken to prevent unauthorised disclosure.

Why does Trent Debt Advice hold data about people?

We need to collect data for a variety of reasons, including for basic functions such as being able to contact you.

Trent Debt Advice will not disclose your personal data to any third parties without your express consent, except where Trent Debt Advice is required by law to do so.

Trent Debt Advice will retain your personal data only as long as is necessary for its purposes as described.

For information on the Data Protection Act 1998, the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 and the Information Commissioner please follow this link