Norfolk Cambridge Society

Norfolk Cambridge Society

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The Norfolk Cambridge Society is a thriving Group of Alumni with a series of informal social events and regular public lectures.

Secretary
Mu Gurbutt (Hughes Hall 1969)
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How the University uses your data

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How the University uses your data

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Chair
Simon Brickles (Emmanuel College 1983)
General Committee Member
Andrew Barnes (Jesus College 1975)
General Committee Member
Annie Grant (Newnham College 1965)
General Committee Member
Bryan Guttridge (Peterhouse 1996)
General Committee Member
Kathy Moyse (Homerton College 1978)
General Committee Member
George Shippam (Magdalene College 1987)
General Committee Member
Geoffrey Smart (Emmanuel College 1964)
General Committee Member
Peter Smith (Trinity College 1980)
President
John Balls (Selwyn College 1956)
Secretary
Mu Gurbutt (Hughes Hall 1969)
Treasurer
Robert Edwards (St John's College 1970)

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Data protection statement

This statement explains how the [Alumni Group, Club, or Society] ("we" and "our") handles and uses the personal data we collect about our members and our past, current and future supporters ("you" and "your"). Developing a better understanding of our members and supporters allows us to keep in touch with you, in order to keep you apprised of our activities and developments, to provide services to you, and to identify ways in which you can support us.

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