Kimpton Village Choir (KVC) is a voluntary organisation and social group.
The KVC secretary and membership secretary are the Data Controllers and are responsible for storing and processing that data in a fair, lawful, secure and transparent way.
KVC does not collect personal cookie data.
Data is collected when necessary for KVC's use only and is not passed on to any third party.
Kimpton Village Choir (KVC) is committed to ensuring your privacy is protected.
This policy sets out how KVC uses and protects information when you browse its' website, join as a member or contact us.
KVC may change this policy by updating this page. You should check regularly to ensure you are happy with any changes and when you submit personal information.
Personal data we hold
This may include your name, postal and email address, telephone and mobile number.
Why we need this data
We need this data to administer your membership and provide the services you sign up to when you register with the choir. Our lawful basis for processing this data is that we have a contractual obligation to you as a member.
We need your data to:
process membership forms and payments,
share with committee members in order to provide information about choir activities and social events,
renew your membership.
How long we hold your data
We will hold your personal data on file for as long as you remain a member of the choir and/or wish to be informed of our activities.
How we protect your data
Our computers are password protected and your data is only accessible to committee members and the Musical Director.
As a data subject, you may have the right to request access to, rectification or erasure of your personal data. If you advise us that you do not wish us to retain your personal data, it will be deleted from our records and destroyed within 30days.
If you are not a KVC member but have requested information about KVC events, we will hold the contact details you have provided until you tell us otherwise at which point your personal data will be deleted from our records and destroyed.