Ladygate Bowls Club General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Policy
The law on data protection is changing in May 2018. Because we keep our membership records on a computer the changes affect us.
The key change is that Ladygate Bowls Club (LBC) must now have your explicit permission to hold data about you. Your permission must be an informed decision so LBC has to tell you what data it will hold about you and what it is going to use it for. LBC cannot use the data for anything else without first asking you for your explicit permission to do so.
Once completed, this year’s membership forms and renewal forms will hold all the information LBC will keep about you. The form also tells you what LBC plans to do with that information; what you need to do to change that information and how to require LBC to forget you.
If you want to remain a member of LBC it is essential that you fill in all sections of the forms. Please do not assume LBC can use any of the data it already holds about you after 25th May 2018
You are required to sign the form indorsing the forms request, but further sign the section to indicate you accept our requirement with respect to the latest GDPR 25th May 2018.
If you do not sign both sections of the form LBC will no longer be able to contact you.
LBC will retain these forms as proof that you accept our use of your details.
You can demand to view, edit or delete any of your details at anytime by making a writing request.