Mayfield Golfing Society GDPR Policy
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) apply to the IT activities of our Society from 25 May 2018.
On joining the Society we seek the following information from members for the sole purpose of communicating with members:
- home address
- email address
- mobile and home phone numbers
By providing this information members consent to it being used for Society purposes. This will involve your email address being made available to other members.
The Committee provides the following undertakings to members:
- Your personal details will not be passed to any 3rdparty under any circumstances
- Other than your email address, your personal details are not visible to members in general. Please notify the Secretary if you do NOT consent to your email address being visible to other members
- We will not ask members for financial information at any time
- We will delete all membership details of an individual who has not renewed their membership within 24 months of it lapsing
- Only Committee members have access to the database of membership
- We will delete any personal details currently held on receipt of a written request to do so by a member
The Committee, Mayfield Golfing Society
Cookies are pieces of information that a website can transfer to an individual’s computer hard drive for record keeping. Cookies can make websites easier to use by storing information about your preferences on a particular website. The information remains on your computer after the internet session finishes but you can delete them using some browsers, manually or using system utilities. Most internet browsers are pre-set to accept cookies.
User preferences cookies
Our web publishing software saves a cookie on your computer to remember if you prefer us to save your details when you use the comment form or not. This gives you the option to make new comments without reentering your details each time.
Anonymous performance cookies
These cookies are set by third party analytics software, which collects information about the pages visitors go to most often, and if you encounter missing pages or broken links. This information is completely anonymous and it helps us improve how the website works.
How to turn cookies off
If you would like to turn off cookies, you can usually do this using your web browser. Click the Help menu in your browser to find out how, or follow one of the links below for information about the specific browser you are using. Remember that cookies can be essential to the functionality of some websites (e.g online shops and services which you log in to) so make sure you are aware how your favourite websites are using cookies before turning them off for these sites.
We collect additional information automatically each time you visit our website:
• Your top level domain name (for example www.google.co.uk)
• Your server address (for example 987.654.32.1)
• The date and time of the visit to the site
• The pages accessed
• The previous site accessed
• The type of browser used
• Your operating system (for example Apple Mac, Windows etc)