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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in the UK on the 25thMay 2018. It provides additional protection and rights for you in relation to your personal information held by companies and organisations.
Marden Village Club (‘The Club’) is a members-only social club situated in Kent and is open to individuals and their guests. The aim of the Club is to promote friendship, entertainment and social activity for the benefits of its members and to provide a place where suitable refreshments, recreation and amenities are available.
The Club is committed to dealing with your personal data responsibly, fairly and transparently, and to only use it in relation to Club business. We will keep it up-to-date, accurate, secure, and for no longer than is necessary.
It is important that members keep us informed of any changes to their personal information so we can maintain up-to-date records.
- What information we hold about you.
- How we obtained that information.
- How we use your personal information.
- Who we share it with, why and for what purpose.
- How we keep your information secure.
- Your rights and how to request or amend the information we hold.
- Who to complain to if you are unhappy with any aspect of the above.
Roles and responsibilities
The Club acts as the‘Data Controller’. This means that we decide what information we collect and how we use it. We are responsible for making sure that any processing of personal data complies with our legal responsibilities.
The Club passes your personal information to Membermojo, an online membership services provider for organisations, who act as the‘Data Processor’ providing membership services. We have a contract in place with them to ensure compliance with the law. The Club uses their online membership database to store personal information and manage the membership.
You are the ‘Data Subject’, the individual who is the subject of the personal data.
What information do we collect, how do we use it and how long do we keep it?
When you apply to join the Club we collect the following information (please note we do not collect any sensitive or special category data e.g. health records, information on race, religion, sexuality, etc.):
- Name (title, first name, surname)
- Address and postcode
- Date of birth
- Email address
This information is captured on the application form which is in two parts:
Part one requests your name, date of birth, address and email. Applicants aged 16-17 should gain consent from a parent/guardian.
Part two contains your name, proposer and seconder.
Part two of the application is displayed on the Club noticeboard for a minimum of seven days prior to the next Committee meeting when applications are considered.
The application is stored in a secure cupboard to which only designated committee members have access. If an applicant is successful, their application will be stored securely for up to fifteen months after the joining date. If unsuccessful, the application will be shredded and destroyed after three months.
When an application is accepted a member record is set up on the membership database. This is stored securely in the Cloud on Membermojo servers based in the UK. You will receive login details to view and/or update all the personal information we hold at any time. You also receive a formal notification at the beginning of the renewal period. Any database records for non-renewing members will be deleted no later than three months after their membership has lapsed.
The Club uses CCTV cameras to identify members where they have forgotten their key fob so they may gain entry to the Club, and also for security in the public bar, snooker room and external areas outside the premises. The images are retained for a period of up to six months and the data stored securely on an encrypted device in the Club premises. After this time, the files are deleted.
The Club reserves the right to retain personal information securely for longer periods where disciplinary proceedings have taken place and action taken such as a suspension or ban.
A summary of what we use the information for and the legal basis for how we use it is listed below.
Who we share your information with and why
We share your name and that of the proposer and seconder with members on the Club noticeboard when your application is being considered. Staff and Committee members may see further details as the application progresses. Successful applicants will have their information added to the Membermojo online database. You may consent to sharing your personal and financial details with Paypal if you choose to pay online.
International transfer of your data
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Security and data breaches
The Club takes security and the threat of data breaches seriously. The table below shows how breaches can occur and the measures we have to prevent this happening.
In the event of a data breach the following steps will be taken:
- A Club Officer will take responsibility for investigating the breach.
- The severity of the breach will be defined in conjunction with one or more Club Officers (i.e. will it result in significant risk or harm to the data subject).
- The breach will be recorded in a log, and if severe, report to the ICO within 72 hours, outlining any action to recover and avoid in future.
- The data subject will be notified.
Your rights and accessing your personal data
Under the GDPR you have the following rights:
- The right to be informed about the information we hold and what we do with it.
- The right of access to your information.
- The right to rectification in order to update or correct your information and preferences.
- The right to erasure (or the right to be forgotten) in order to remove your details in certain circumstances (this also extends to images of you shared on our Facebook page).
- The right to restrict processing so you control what we do with your data.
- The right to data portability so you can request we transfer your information to another party.
- The right to object to how we hold or use your data and to have this objection considered and treated fairly.
- Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.
It is important that you keep the Club informed of any changes to your personal information so we can update our records.
Further details on your rights are available on the Information Commissioner’s Office website: https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/.
You can access the personal data we hold by logging into your membermojo account at https://membermojo.co.uk/mm/signin.
If you have lost your login details or if you would like to see a printed copy of information held, please email email@example.com or place a written request in the locked box held behind the bar. We will respond as soon as possible and no later than 28 days after your request.
Personal data and GDPR developments will be monitored at each Committee meeting and documented in the minutes. Members will be updated on any changes in writing or via email and annually at the AGM.
Contacting us and complaints
If you have any questions, queries or complaints about our use of your personal data, please write to or email the Secretary.
The Secretary, Marden Village Club, Albion Road, Marden, Kent TN12 9DT.
We will respond as soon as possible and no later than 28 days after your request.
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Marden Village Club | Albion Road | Marden | Kent | TN12 9DT
Tel: 01622 831427 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marden Village Club is located in the centre of Marden. Recently refurbished, the club boasts a contemporary look in which to enjoy its wide range of drinks and award winning ales.
If you’re looking for a place to socialise and relax, we have something to offer everyone. As well as regular live entertainment and events to enjoy throughout the year, we have a pool table, dartboards, and a snooker room with two full-sized, immaculately kept tables.
Children and dogs are welcome subject to certain restrictions.
Winner of Maidstone and Mid-Kent CAMRA Club of the Year 2018, 2019 & 2020
CAMRA members are welcome on production of their own membership card.