What data do we collect from you?
In most instances, we collect your full name and email address only for relevant marketing communications so that we can respond to your query. If you are a Friend with us, we will store your Membership details, such as username, type of Membership, renewal date, Membership number etc.
Why do we collect this data?
We collect this data, so we can supply you with accurate information regarding our upcoming events, and relevant updates regarding your subscription.
We only collect data that has been given to us by consent – you must have opted in.
All data collected is handled with regard to your individual rights.
Who might we share your data with?
Only our staff who are required to see your data have access to it in order to assist you with any membership queries you may have.
We do not share your personal data with any third parties.
How long do we keep hold of your data?
Only for as long as it is needed.
If you decide you no longer want to be contacted by us, or no longer want us to hold your data, we will delete it. We ensure there is always an opt-out option on our communications.
How can I access the data you hold about me?
Contact us. If you want to review the data we hold about you, or want to update it, contact us at email@example.com and quote your full name. We will process your request within four weeks.
Our Data Protection Officer is Barbara Daly, however, we have a organisation-wide culture of the importance of data protection and data privacy.
Your individual rights:
- The right to be informed about what we are doing with your data through privacy notices
- The right you have to access a copy of the data we hold of you;
- The right to correct any data that we hold;
- The right to erasure, meaning the right to request deletion of certain kinds of data we hold;
- The right to restrict processing, or the right to ask us to stop using your data in certain ways;
- The right to data portability;
- The right to object to our uses of your data; and
- Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling, including data we use for the purposes of advertising and marketing.
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Hopefully that has clarified things for you however, if you require more information then you can contact us through one of our preferred contact methods.