Pardshaw Quaker Centre Development Group is the data controller for the personal data we collect for the administration of the group. The address and contact details for Pardshaw Quaker Centre Development Group are:
Pardshaw Quaker Centre, Pardshaw Hall, Cockermouth, Cumbria, CA13 0SP
We collect contact information from those who have expressed an interest in the development of Pardshaw Quaker Centre for the legitimate interests of our organisation. We use this information to send e-newsletters to people who have opted in to receive them, and who have told us that they are interested in specific areas of our project. Where appropriate we will ask for consent for collection and management of personal data if the need arises to share data externally
We will never sell any personal data.
We will take appropriate measures to ensure data we collect is kept securely. This includes:
• Keeping certain data in locked storage areas
• Securely shredding personal data
• Ensuring only the relevant people have access to personal data
• Taking measures to ensure security of data on digital systems such as ensuring our devices are password protected and have up to date anti-virus software
If you are unhappy with how your personal data has been managed, please contact the convener as shown above.
If you are still unhappy after discussion with the group, you can contact the Information Commissioners Office here: https://ico.org.uk/
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