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Data Protection Policy
This page informs you of The Gardens of Easton Lodge Preservation Trust's policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of any personal data that we hold and the choices you have associated with that data.
The Trust is committed to a policy of protecting the personal data that it holds in order to carry out its work, while fully respecting the rights and privacy of individuals and complying with the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Trust understands that lawful and correct treatment of personal information is important to its successful operation, and to maintaining the confidence of those with whom it deals.
The Trust takes responsibility for ensuring that its service providers and volunteers, who have access to personal information held by the Trust, understand their responsibilities to read and comply with the Trust's Data Protection policy.
The Trust is committed to responding quickly and sensitively to any request by individuals to see their personal data held by the Trust and/or to withdraw their consent to its use.
Information Collection And Use
The Trust is committed to seeking written informed consent for all personal data collected from volunteers and friends; and to seeking oral consent from volunteers and visitors when photos are taken, making it clear that these photos may be used in Trust publicity information/materials.
The Trust stores personal data securely. It does not envisage sharing any personal data that it holds with any other agency and, if it were required to, it would first contact the relevant individuals.
Individuals have a right to request access to their personal data held by the Trust and the Trust will accept such a request in whatever form it is made and address any requests to correct or delete it from the records.
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