No Club in Your Region?
How about starting a club in your area?
If there is no club in your area and you would like to start one, it can seem a daunting thought. We have created a document to help anyone who would like to start a club. This is a set of notes and helpful hints on how to go about this, drawing from the experience of clubs which have already done this, including helpful explanations of the possible tasks your proposed committee members may have.
Guidelines for new clubs.
The type of Personal Information that the National SugarArt Association (NSA) collect is data that relates to an identified or identifiable individual.
NSA currently collects and processes the contact details of the officers of the Member Clubs, i.e. Names, Postal and Email addresses and telephone numbers that have been directly given, to enable the communication of these details to other member clubs or potential new club members, and also to inform member clubs of information and events of interest to members.
Under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) the lawful basis that the National SugarArt Association rely on for processing this information are:
1. Your consent, given to the NSA, to collect, use and store this data will be recorded securely, such consent can be withdrawn at any time and to have your Personal Information removed by contacting the Secretary: …sec email..
2. The NSA have a legal obligation. (The NSA must have a way of contacting member clubs in order to run the Association effectively and ensure its legal obligations are met).
3. The NSA has a legitimate interest. (This means that the data is used in ways that are necessary in order to run the Association, and by providing publicity, emails etc.)
4. Data will be stored securely and retained for a period of three years.
5. When the data is no longer required, or when there is a request for it to be removed, it will be deleted securely.
6. You have the right at any time to view your personal data to ascertain its validity, and to amend or delete accordingly.
7. The NSA are to act responsibly in the event of any data breach, and if appropriate inform the respective authorities.
8. You have the right to raise with the NSA any concerns you may have about the use of your personal data, however should this be unresolved you can contact:
THE INFORMATION COMMISSIONERS OFFICE
Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF
Helpline number: 0303 123 1113
ICO website: www.ico.org.uk