This draft privacy statement is being prepared under the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Further information regarding GDPR can be found on the ICO website.
If you have registered for the Ringing Remembers campaign, the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers (CCCBR) holds the following personal data in connection with the Ringing Remembers campaign.
- Your name
- Your email address
- Your address, postcode and phone number (if provided)
- The tower your are learning at
- Any other information you may have provided relating to the campaign
We hold this information primarily so we can identify a tower and tutor for you to learn to ring, however we will also pass on your information to the Big Ideas Company, who have agreed not to pass this on to any other third party.
If you are a tutor or other contact for a local association we record your name against against one or more registrants. This is being recorded as a legitimate interest – any privacy impact is minimal.
The following have access to your personal data
- Members of CCCBR and the Association of Ringing Teachers (ART) who who are part of the Ringing Remembers team
- The Big Ideas Company (this excludes your address and phone number)
- The CCCBR WebMaster
- Yourself (using the Edit My Profile link)
We have not, as yet determined a retention period for your data. We do not envisage that your personal details will need to be retained long after 11th November 2018, however we do expect to keep a record of your name and the tower you rang at for posterity.
Under GDPR you have certain rights:
- Of access: please login to the site using your registered ID or email address and click on Edit My Profile.
- To be forgotten: please email us.
If you believe we are not processing your data correctly, please email us in the first instance. However, if you believe that CCCBR is not handling your data correctly, you have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office.
For the purposes of GDPR, the Data Controller for the Ringing Remembers campaign is Andrew Hall.