Privacy policy

Personal data policy

This policy explains how, when and why Bungay Cherry Tree Angling Club (the Club) collects personal information about our members, how we use it, how we keep it secure, and your rights in relation to it.

The Club has no commercial interests and operates solely for the benefit of its members.

The Club is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected and that it complies with current privacy legislation.

We collect, use and store your personal data only as necessary to operate the club and to keep club members informed of the activities of the club.

We do not collect or store any individual’s private information through this web site other than as a function of the online membership application form (see below).

We do not sell, or pass on to third parties, any of your personal data.

Information we collect, and why.

We collect and store your personal information, as listed below, for the purposes of providing you with membership of Bungay Cherry Tree Angling Club and keeping a membership list for the administration of the Club.

Your details are collected either by direct purchase of membership through designated outlets, as listed on the Membership page of this website, or by your request of an application form through the website.

This information is only used for your membership details.

Your personal data How we use it
Title Your membership details held by the Club and your club card
Full name As above
Address, including postcode As above (only your postcode will appear on your club card)
Email address Not held as part of membership but some individual emails are held to aid club administration i.e. committee members, club bailiffs.
Membership status – Full, 65+, Disabled, Junior No use is made of this data other than to differentiate between membership fees.

How we protect your personal data

The membership list is held, in a secure format, by the Treasurer.

How long do we keep your information?

Initially, for as long as you are a member of the Club but your details may be kept for a year after your membership expires unless you make a specific request to the Sectretary to have your details removed.

Your rights

You have rights under the GDPR:
• to access your personal data
• to be provided with information about how your personal data is processed
• to have your personal data corrected
• to have your personal data erased in certain circumstances
• to object to or restrict how your personal data is processed
• to have your personal data transferred to yourself or to another business in certain circumstances.

Requesting your personal details.

Any requests to see your personal data held by the Club should be made to the Club Secretary.
Once the request has been verified the details will be communicated to the individual, via email or letter, free of charge.


A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a very small text file that is placed on an internet user’s computer or mobile device.
Cookies have a number of uses, some examples of which are:

  • Identifying a user returning to a web site.
  • Keeping track of purchases in an online shop.
  • Measure site traffic and page visits.

You can choose to delete cookies, or stop cookies being stored on your computer.

To manage cookies yourself and to find more information about them; a good site to visit is –

You can also refer to your browser’s instructions by clicking ‘Help’ in your browser menu.

You do not need to have cookies enabled in your browser to view the content on this site.

Links to other websites

Our website can, on occasion, contain links to other websites.

Once you have clicked on an external link you will have left our site and consequently we have no control over, or responsibility for, the privacy policy of that website.

Scroll to Top