The North West Calligraphers Association (NWCA) is a non-profit making membership organisation whose objective is to further the education and appreciation of calligraphy and lettering in the North West of England.
We are committed to the safety, privacy and security of your personal data.
To become a member, you need to register some personal information. We will only collect and store necessary personal information such as name, address, (home and email) telephone number and specific interests.
Website enquiry forms also require some personal information to be submitted.
By submitting this information, you are agreeing to our use of it for communication and administration purposes. NWCA retains and processes members’ data for mailing and administration purposes so that we may contact you with information relating to your membership, send out Newsletters and inform you of NWCA activities.
Members’ data is stored in both electronic and paper format. This data is accessed by a restricted number of appointed individuals. On expiry of membership, all data is removed from our records. Details resulting from website enquiries will be deleted after 12 months. Details from workshop bookings will be deleted after the workshop takes place.
All enquiries, workshop bookings and membership renewals made via our website are managed within NWCA in strict confidence. NWCA does not store financial information.
We will not share your data with a third party unless legally obliged to do so.
Any workshop booking or membership renewal via our website is dealt with internally in strict confidence. NWCA does not store financial information.
The GDPR gives you the following rights;
- Right to access; You have the right of access to your personal data and how it is processed. Contact the sectretary to ask what data we hold.
- Right to rectification; If your data changes, (e.g. relocation, phone number), the information is incorrect or you think there is information missing, you should contact the secretary and provide any necessary information in writing.
- Right to erasure; A member may request removal of their personal information at any time by contacting the secretary in writing.
- Right to restrict processing; Members have the right to limit how we use their data. Contact the secretary in writing to restrict how
we process your data.
- Right to data portability; a member has the right to request a transfer of their data to another organisation or to obtain and reuse that data for their own purposes. You should send a written request to the secretary.
- Right to object; You have the right to object to the use of your data.
Contact the secretary in writing stating your objections.