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Friends of Saltwell Park GDPR Privacy Policy

Why do Friends of Saltwell Park collect your personal data and how do we use it

Personal data you provide when contacting us is collected for the purpose of communicating with yourself via email or social media messaging services such as Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and X, in response to your enquiry or for registering as a member of Friends of Saltwell Park and forwarding your members newsletter if you have chosen to join as a member.

What personal data we collect
In order to process your membership, Friends of Saltwell Park may collect all or a combination of the following personal data: name, email address, telephone number and postal address.

How is your personal data stored

As a member of Friends of Saltwell Park your personal data is stored on a spreadsheet held in our password protected online storage, in addition to being held within our password protected Mailchimp account that we use for forwarding newsletters and occasional email updates.
If you have applied offline, paper copies of your application form will be uploaded to our online spreadsheet and the original copies shredded.
Your personal data will not be shared or sold to any third party, other than when it is required to solely operate our email mailing system with Mailchimp (automated email marketing system), and Exact Hosting (email hosting supplier).
Our online storage is supplied by Google Workspace.

How long do Friends of Saltwell Park store your personal data

Membership personal data will be held for a period of four months after the date each annual membership period ends. If you do not renew your membership, your personal data will be deleted after this time period.
Emails sent to and from Friends of Saltwell Park are moved to a deleted folder as soon as your enquiry has been completed and held for a period of 90 days, after which time your email and email address will be automatically removed from our email system.
Social media enquiries are deleted as soon as your enquiry has been completed.

Access to your personal data stored by Friends of Saltwell Park

You can request a copy of your personal data held by Friends of Saltwell Park or ask for it to be deleted at any time by emailing

Links to third party websites or emails

Friends of Saltwell Park privacy policy does not cover other websites or emails that we may show links to from this website.


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Last updated 14th June 2024

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