Why do Friends of Saltwell Park collect your data and how do we use it
Data you provide when contacting us is collected for the purpose of communicating with yourself via email 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 data do we collect
If you joined as a member online, we collect your name and email address.
If you joined as a member offline, we collect your name and home address.
How is your data stored
As a member of Friends of Saltwell Park your data is stored on a password protected computer spreadsheet which is only accessible to membership secretary.
If you have completed a paper membership form, it is transferred to the password protected computer spreadsheet and then the paper copy will be shredded.
Your data will not be shared with any other organisations.
How long do Friends of Saltwell Park store your data
Data is kept until you cease to be a member of Friends of Saltwell Park.
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