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Moleside Probus Privacy Statement

Like all clubs and organisations that collect and hold personal data, the Moleside Probus Club is subject to the United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and we have our own Data Protection Policy.

We do not share or sell the information of people, who contacted us about the club’s activities, with third parties or other organisations. We will only use the information on the ‘Contact Us’ form to reply to enquiries by email or a phone call from a committee member (if requested).

Membership Data

When seeking membership of Moleside Probus Club applicants provide personal data about themselves including their contact details, photograph (to aid identification), partner’s name, date of birth and their special interests.  Our members’ details are held securely in a database, administered by the Club Secretary. They may be made available to other officers of the Club as required. Such information is used solely for Club affairs and not shared or sold to third parties or other organisations. Our Members List, including personal data, is distributed to all members either in printed or electronic form. Members who do not wish for their personal data to be distributed in either print form or electronically to other members can opt to have their details excluded.

Our Website

Siteground is the company that hosts our Club website. It uses security and privacy procedures, including encryption, to protect such uploaded data from unauthorized access. Details of its commitment to website security can be seen here: https://www.siteground.com/kb/how_does_SiteGround_protect_my_website/

Our website may contain links to other websites. If you follow a link to any of these websites, please note that these websites have their own privacy policies for which we cannot accept any responsibility or liability.

Why we use Cookies on our Website

Cookies are small files that can be stored on a visitor’s computer, tablet or smartphone. The ones that we use capture information on how frequently the site is being used and can help us identify which features are proving most valuable. This means that, in our regular updates, we can focus on ensuring that it is as simple as possible for all of us to access information about the club. Specifically, we use the Statistics programme created by WordPress, on whose platform we have built our site. It’s important to emphasise that this particular analysis tool does not leave any cookies stored on our visitors’ devices after each visit, and though they

show us the number of visitors and how long each spends on our site they contain no personally identifiable information. You can always manage your cookie settings on your browser (via the “Help” section) but doing so may affect the functionality and features of our site and other websites you visit.

For more details on the WordPress Statistics programme click here: https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/wp-statistics/