The TAARC General Data Protection Regulation Policy defines what data is collected, the reason for collecting it, how it is used and with whom shared it is shared.

In common with many websites, this site gathers details such as the visitor’s IP address, machine type, browser type, referring page, date and time of visit. No other personal information is gathered by the Club about a visitor to this site except when the visitor provides it by completing an on-line form and consenting on it’s use subject to the Club’s policies by pressing the submit button. The information gathered is not shared with anyone other than the Club’s officials, unless required by law, without the express consent of the individual concerned. When making a comment (where permitted) the commentor’s name and their comment will be visible to any subsequent visitor, but no other information will be shown.

The club offers optional event reminders and newsletter mailings to it’s members. To help us to understand which emails are being opened and enclosed links are being followed, anonymised tracking is enabled and used only for that purpose.

Members and aspiring members should make themselves familiar with the content of the TAARC Constitution.

(Privacy Policy was last amended 30/01/2021)


As this information is subject occasional update please visit it again from time to time.

This site works best when small text files, known as cookies, are placed on your computer or device to remember your settings. Generally, cookies improve browsing experience. However, you may prefer to disable cookies on this and other sites. An effective way to do this is to disable cookies in your browser. We suggest consulting the help section of your browser or taking a look at the About Cookies website which offers guidance for all modern browsers.

This site also has a list of links to other websites. As we have no control over the cookies those sites use, we advise you read their cookie and privacy policies. The provision of the links doesn’t convey any endorsement, they are provided for the convenience of visitors to this site.

The term {hash} used in the tables below refers to a method of securing sensitive information such as when authenticating a user. The password presented by the user is hashed and compared with the stored hash. The original information cannot be recalculated from the stored hash value.

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Visitor Cookies

If you have not set your browser to block cookies, the cookie marked (1) in the following table will be placed. However, if you access protected pages the cookie marked (2) will be placed for the duration shown.

Commenter Cookies

Commenter cookies remember your details purely for your own convenience. They are set if you check the “Save my name, email and website in this browser for the next time I comment” checkbox.

Authorised User Cookies

Authorised user sessions will have cookies placed in addition to those above as listed in the following table.

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(Cookie Policy was last amended 29/10/2021)


The Thurrock Acorns Amateur Radio Club, as a member club of the RSGB (Radio Society of Great Britain), expects it’s members to be aware of, read and abide by their safeguarding of children and vulnerable people policies: Child Protection Policy and Child Protection Guidance.


As a member club of the RSGB, the Club is covered by the RSGB’s Public Liability Insurance. Details can be provided to the management of venues used for Club events.