Cricket Memorabilia Society
The Cricket Memorabilia Society (CMS) collects information when members join. The accuracy of the data is dependent on the information supplied by the member when joining or renewing membership.
In order to administer the membership of the CMS and to enable the CMS to communicate with its members when necessary, for instance to provide information that falls within the legitimate interests of the CMS, and to distribute quarterly magazines to members, the CMS will store personal information supplied by its members on a computer in a secure location. This information will be held by the Secretary, but subject to the approval of the CMS Committee, copies may also be held by officers in order to fulfil their responsibilities including for instance to distribute auction items and CMS merchandise.
The personal information to be held may consist of the following for individuals and organisations:
- Title and Name
- Postal Address
- One or more of: landline number, mobile number, email address
- Collection interests
- Subscription status
Personal information stored by the CMS will not be disclosed or sold to any third party. No personal information is held on our website, other than essential contact information for Officers of the CMS.
Holding the personal information listed above will enable the CMS to supply the benefits of membership or to contact you directly with membership information, using the contact details provided to us on joining or renewing your membership. Officers of the CMS may at times contact you directly concerning developments within the Society and will also offer you the opportunity to opt into initiatives if you so wish.
Members of the Society have the right to
- see their personal information as held by the CMS and request a copy of it
- request amendment to any part of their personal information that is incorrect
- request that their personal information is deleted, or is not used in particular ways
Personal information will be deleted from the Society’s records when it is no longer required for administrative purposes or to meet the other legitimate interests of the Society. This will happen when a member resigns from the CMS or is deemed no longer to be a member because they have not paid their annual subscription.
Personal information held by the CMS will not be included in any of our publications unless
- the Society has the explicit consent of the person concerned to do so, or
- it was supplied to the Society with a reasonable expectation that it might be published, or
- it is common public knowledge
Any enquiries regarding the personal information held by the Society should be made to the Secretary, or by post to 9 Heywood Lane, Wrea Green, Preston PR4 2FF.
1st December 2022