Members’ Personal Data
In order for us to administer the Chamber, and to ensure you benefit from your membership we collect your data when you join the Chamber as the original main member.
We hold your name, contact information and company address or other address if you have added it to your record.
As a member of the Chamber we need to hold a minimum of one person’s name and contact details. Other members of your company can be added by you if you would like them to get our emails or copies of invoices.
You can see and edit your data by logging on via the Chamber Members area at:
Sharing Your Data
We do not share your data at all, and will not share it unless required to do so for legal purposes. The sole exception to this is when you make an online payment your name, address and contact number are sent to the payment service provider. We do this to save you having to re-key this data when paying by credit card.
Deleting Your Data
If you cease to be a member of the chamber, then your email is added to our non-member email list and your membership is marked as lapsed.
If you are on our non-member email list you can log-in and unsubscribe at any time.
If you sign up to our email newsletter or book an event with us, then your name and email will be on our non-members list.
We do not share your data at all, and will not share it unless required to do so for legal purposes. The sole exception to this is when you make an online payment your name and email address are sent to the payment service provider. We do this to save you having to re-key this data when paying by credit card.
Online Payment Data
We do not hold any online payment data other than your contact details. Online payments are handled through secure third party payment processing services, which means the Chamber does not have any payment card or bank details at all.