GDPR - General Data Protection Regulations 2018
Under this new EU regulation Manhood Classics Club has to inform members of our policy in respect of the collection and processing of personal data. All Club members should read the Privacy Notice below as this gives you the information which the regulation requires.
Under the terms of the EU General Data Protection Regulations which came into force on 25th May 2018 we have to provide you with information regarding how we use and manage your personal data. Under the act the only personal data we collect and record is your name, address, email and telephone contact details and where submitted as part of the membership process, your classic vehicle(s) ownership.
The Data Controller for the purpose of this Act is Steve Denne (as of January 2019 onwards), whose contact details are provided within this website. The Club have not appointed a Data Protection Officer. The purpose for collecting your data is to manage the affairs of the Club. The Legal Basis for collecting your data is Legitimate Interest. The Legitimate Interest pursued by the Data Controller is management of the Club. Ancillary recipients of your personal data are the Club's officers who may access the personal data for members within their particular sphere of operation within the Club. Your data will be securely kept in the membership database for the period of your membership and thereafter to be accessed in association with the Club's historical Register. You have the right to request access to your data and ask for rectification of any errors. You have the right to erasure of your personal data at any time. Full erasure would mean loss of membership as contact details would be lost. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the UK Supervisory Authority. The data you provide the Club is required to become a member and is necessary for the contact of membership between you and the Club.
All queries should be directed to the Data Controller in the first instance.