The New Glyn Valley Tramway & Industrial Heritage Trust is the data controller for the personal information you provide to us. You can contact us by writing to us at the address shown at the bottom of this page or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to ensuring that your privacy and personal information is protected.
What Information We Collect
We typically collect the following personal information:
names and titles
ages or age ranges
contact details (e.g. home addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers)
current and prior relationship details (e.g. as a member, donor, customer, volunteer)
and then additional information specific to:
receiving donations, other payments and legacies
claiming Gift Aid
recruiting and managing volunteers
ordering and delivering our products and services
preferred means and types of communications
use of our website (e.g. IP address, country location, device type, browsing activity).
What We Do With The Information
We use the personal information we collect in order to properly manage our organisation and to undertake our fundraising and other activities, in particular for the following reasons:
to maintain proper accounts and records 
to respond to general enquiries [1, 4]
to administer memberships [2, 3, 4], legacies [3, 4] and donations [3, 4] and to make claims for Gift Aid [3, 4]
to fulfil orders for goods and services [2, 4]
to recruit and manage volunteers [2, 3, 4]
to communicate information about the Trust, our museum, our fundraising and other activities, and related subjects which we feel might be of interest to the recipient - for members of the Trust [1, 2, 4]; for all other persons 
to conduct statistical analyses of the use of our website [1, 4] and the demographics of our members, supporters and customers as a whole 
to customise our communications according to an individual's preferences, interests and relationship with us .
The numbers shown in brackets above indicate the following legal bases for us collecting, using and storing personal information:
 legitimate interests
 performance of a contract
 statutory, regulatory or other legal obligation
 with the consent of the individual concerned.
For information and guidance on understanding these legal bases, please visit the website of the Information Commissioners Office at ico.org.uk.
Sharing Personal Information With Third Parties
We may also share some of your personal information with our preferred service providers, not for their own use but to facilitate their services to us (e.g. banking, payment processing, external audit, electronic messaging and postal services).
If you elect to Gift Aid a donation or membership subscription fee, we may share your relevant personal information to HM Government when making the claim for Gift Aid.
We will not otherwise share your personal information with third parties unless we have your consent, we are required to do so by law, or we receive a lawful request by a governmental or law enforcement authority to do so.
We will not sell or license the use of your personal information to third parties.
Controlling Your Personal Information : Your Rights
You can change your communication preferences at any time simply by writing to us at the address shown at the bottom of this page or by emailing us at email@example.com.
You can ask us to provide details of the personal information which we hold on you. Please submit your request to us in writing by post.
If you believe that any information we are holding on you is inaccurate or incomplete, please contact us in writing by post or by email as soon as possible. We will promptly correct any information held by us found to be incorrect.
You can ask us to restrict our use of the personal information which we hold on you, or to delete the personal information which we hold on you – provided there is not a compelling reason for us to continue to hold the information. You also have the right to object to our use of personal information on a legitimate interests basis or for direct marketing. Please submit your request or objection to us in writing by post.
For further information and guidance on your personal information rights, please visit the website of the Information Commissioner's Office at ico.org.uk.
We are committed to ensuring that your personal information held by us is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have in place appropriate procedures and physical or electronic safeguards to secure the personal information we collect.
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Third Party Websites
A number of links to other party websites (including social media pages) are provided in our website for convenience of access. We are not responsible for the privacy policies of the other parties and their websites, nor the cookie settings of their websites.
When following a link to another party’s website from our website, we strongly advise users to first review the privacy and cookie policies of the other website and be satisfied before continuing to browse and entering any personal information.
Personal information we collect and store is evaluated by us periodically to determine whether it is current and still needs to be held by us. We retain personal information only for as long as and to the extent necessary and appropriate after our relationship with a person ends.
Making A Complaint
We aim to comply fully with our obligations under the data protection and privacy laws of the United Kingdom. If you believe that our processing of your personal information, or your receipt of electronic unsolicited direct marketing from us, is not in accordance with those laws or has in some way caused you damage or distress, please write to us setting out the detail of your complaint. We will endeavour to address the matter to your satisfaction and in a timely manner.
You may also complain to the Information Commissioner's Office, the authority for compliance with the data protection and privacy laws of the United Kingdom. Visit its website at ico.org.uk for details on how to complain.