This policy sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from members or that they provide us, will be processed by us.
Please read the following carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.
Information we may collect from you:
Information that you provide by completion of a membership form.
Information when entering club competitions and friendlies
Information when entering external competitions
Where we store your personal data:
When entering outside competitions it is necessary to pass on some of your data to an Association/Club Secretary running the competition. The storage of this information is the responsibility of the Secretary of the Competition and we will seek their assurances concerning its privacy.
Uses made of the information:
To renew your membership
To contact you concerning any administration issues about the club.
To contact you to discuss any voluntary work at the club.
To contact you to discuss you playing in various bowls games.
To display players names for internal competitions/friendlies.
As a club contact list so members may contact you in relation to club business or to organise games.
To pass on personal data to bowls Associations for those individuals who have entered any of their competitions.
As reports on the BHBC website giving feedback of games/competitions that have taken place. Please note this information would only be a photograph and/or name.
As reports on the BHBC newsletter giving feedback of games/competitions that have taken place. Please note this information would only be a photograph and/or name.
Your rights: The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) reforms creates some new rights for individuals when their personal data is being processed, as well as strengthen some of the rights that currently exists under the Data Protection Act 1998. Briefly your rights are;
To be informed about the process of your data.
To have access to your personal data.
To have any wrong or incomplete information held to be rectified.
To remove or alter your consent.
To restrict the processing of your data.
To obtain and reuse personal data for their own use, known as data portability.
To object to the processing of their personal data.
When utilising individuals emails in groups, wherever practicable this will be done by blind copy (BCC).
No personal data should be passed on to a third party without first ensuring consent has been given.
Do not send any correspondence to members that is not related the sport of bowls or to their membership of the club without their informed consent.
Completion of Consent form:
Completion of the consent form will be required either every other year at the membership renewal date or when a new member joins the club.