What data do we collect and how
Any information and personal data (usual information we collect is first name, last name, email ) is collected via enquiry and contact forms. This data and information is and will only be used for the purposes of keeping in touch and marketing to you further with relevant updates, promotions, introductions and so on.
How do we use your personal data
Your data may also be used for our own internal market research purposes. Data will be used in a reasonably expected way. This data is also being used under the basis of consent, marketing and legitimate interest.
All information and data collected will remain confidential and will be handled honourably and carefully by Farnham Common Sports Club to ensure that your privacy is protected. Should we wish to use your data in any other way not mentioned in this policy, we will only do so by seeking and receiving your prior permission.
Do we share your personal data
We will not sell or share your data to third parties.
How and where do we store or transfer your personal data
Data and information is stored on a backed-up PC which has the relevant protective software.
How can you contact us
Contact information can be found on our contact us webpage or email us on email@example.com
What are your rights
You have the right to raise a SAR – Subject Access Request.
If you wish to ask a question or have a concern, please email us or call us and we will be happy to help. You also have the right to complain to the ICO – https://ico.org.uk/
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What cookies do we use on this site?
On this site we only use performance cookies. These are used to collect information on how users interact with websites specifically Google analytics, including what pages are visited most, as well as other analytical data. These details are anonymous and only used to improve how a website functions.