The Leamington Society takes
your privacy seriously and takes every practicable measure to ensure your
information is safe and accurate at all times.
We never sell your data or share it with anyone except with individual
member’s written, or emailed, permission.
The GDPR, General Data
Protection Regulation, requires us to tell you the lawful basis for processing
your information. The Leamington Society has chosen to rely on what the new
legislation calls ‘legitimate interests’.
Put simply, we undertake to keep you, as a member of the Leamington
Society, informed of our work via publications such as our newsletter and
reminders of forthcoming talks and events (currently via MailChimp). We feel you would expect us to do so.
This policy explains why we
collect information from you, what information we need and how we use it.
Why do we collect personal
You may give us your personal
information in order to sign up for membership, make a donation or make a
What information we need
The personal information we need
to collect may include your name, address, email address, telephone number,
payment card or bank details.
What your personal
information may be used for?
We will only use your personal
- process membership subscriptions, donations and
any special payments,
- confirm details of your Gift Aid status if
- keep you informed of our work via publications
such as our newsletter and reminders of forthcoming talks and events.
Removal of your data
At any time, you can change how
you hear from us or have your data removed from our database. Contact our Membership Secretary, currently Margaret
Begg email@example.com or 01926 423 822
What if there are changes to
Occasionally, we may need to
update our Privacy Statement. We reserve the right to amend, update or replace
this Statement at any time. Your continued membership and use of membership
services will constitute your acceptance of any such changes we may make. Any
changes will be published, so please make sure you check this page from time to
time on the website.