Our Compliance and Consent General Data Protection Regulation form (PDF) shows what data is collected, the reason for collecting it, how it is stored, how it is shared and a GDPR compliance statement.
The Club’s Constitution has been updated to include our General Data Protection Regulation Policy.
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To help us to understand which newsletter and reminder emails are being opened or clicked, anonymised tracking is enabled and used only for that purpose.
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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: RSGB Child Protection Policy and RSGB Child Protection Guidance.
PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE
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.