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1.     Who is collecting my data?

2.     Why does The Myrtlefield Trust have a privacy notice?

3.     What data about me are you collecting and why?

4.     How long will you hold my data for?

5.     Where is my data stored?

6.     How safe is my data?

7.     Who will my data be shared with?

8.     What if I don’t want to share my data in this way?

9.     How do I know what data you have stored about me?

10. What should I do if I am not happy with the way you have collected, stored and used my data?

11. Contact Details

12. How can I be sure this notice is up–to–date?

1. Who is collecting my data?

1.1 We are The Myrtlefield Trust, a Registered Charity (NIC101940), registered at 180 Mountsandel Road, Coleraine, BT52 1TA. We can be reached by email at info@myrtlefieldhouse.com.

1.2 We are a publisher and operate the imprint Myrtlefield House providing some materials free of charge to the end user under our charitable programmes.

1.3 We fundraise from churches, trusts and individuals, whose donations help to further our charitable objects.

1.4 We run two websites, Myrtlefield House and Key Bible Concepts.

2. Why does The Myrtlefield Trust have a privacy notice?

2.1 We want you to feel happy sharing your data with us so that we can offer you the best possible service. That is why we want to be completely transparent about what personal details we request and how we will use them. This notice sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us.

2.2 We are also required by law to explain what data we hold, how and why it is collected, how it will be used, who it will be shared with, how this might affect you and what you need to do if you wish to complain.

2.3 We comply with all relevant provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Privacy & Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 and the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

3. What data about me are you collecting and why?

3.1 If you register to receive our newsletter, we will collect your name, email address and contact preferences so that we can send you newsletters by email. By registering, you are giving us consent to keep in touch with you by email. We will only send updates about the work we are involved in and any new resources we provide. The legal basis of this processing is explicit consent.

3.2 We collect data through Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. This allows us to keep track of how our website is being used. The terms associated with these are laid out below. The legal basis of this processing is legitimate interest to improve our website and services.

3.2.1 Google Analytics enables Myrtlefield House to monitor and analyse web traffic and can be used to keep track of user behaviour. Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (‘Google’). Google uses the data it collects to track and examine the use of this website, to prepare reports on its activities and share them with other Google services. Google may use the data collected to inform the distribution of ads on its own advertising network. Google Analytics uses cookies and usage data. The data collected by Google Analytics is processed in the USA. Here is a link to their Privacy Policy and a link to opt out of their tracking, should you so desire.

3.2.2 Google Tag Manager helps Myrtlefield House to manage the tags or scripts needed on this website in a centralised fashion. This results in your data flowing through these services and potentially resulting in the retention of this data. Google Tag Manager is a tag management service provided by Google LLC. Google Tag Manager collects cookies and usage data. Google Tag Manager processes its data in the USA. Here is a link to their Privacy Policy.

3.3 If you make a donation via Paypal or BTMyDonate we will collect your name and email address, so that we can thank you and have an identifier for the donation. If you are able to Gift Aid your donation, we will also collect and store your postal address which we will pass, with your name, to HMRC so we can collect the Gift Aid. The legal basis of this processing is legal obligation.

4. How long will you hold my data for?

4.1 The Myrtlefield Trust will hold the personal data you have provided for marketing as long as you continue to give us permission to hold it. We will periodically request confirmation of your desire to continue receiving this material and if you do not give continued consent we will remove your data after one year.

4.2 We are legally obliged to retain Gift Aid declarations and associated financial paperwork for up to 6 years after the calendar year to which they relate.

4.3 If you ask us to stop contacting you, we will need to keep your email address to ensure that we comply with your request.

4.4 Google Analytics holds data it collects for 36 months before erasing it.

5. Where is my data stored?

5.1 We store our email list on the MailChimp service. You can view their data storage policies here and their commitment to GDPR compliance here.

5.2 Any data stored by Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager is laid out in their privacy policies. Google Analytics: Privacy Policy. Google Tag Manager: Privacy Policy. You can read Google’s commitment to GDPR compliance here.

6. How safe is my data?

6.1 We do our utmost to ensure that sending your personal data over the internet is completely secure and use SSL certified processes, but we cannot guarantee the security of your data while it is in transit, so any data you send is at your own risk. We have procedures and security features in place to keep your data secure once we receive it.

7. Who will my data be shared with?

7.1 Your data is shared with third parties in order to fulfil contractual obligations, such as the payment and delivery of services and products. 7.2 It may also be shared in the case of legal obligation. 7.3 Your data will not be shared with third parties in any other context without your consent.

7.4 If you go to another website via a link from this one, you should read the privacy policy on that website to find out what it does with your data.

8. What if I don’t want to share my data in this way?

8.1 If you are signed up to our newsletter you can opt out at any time by clicking here.

9. How do I know what data you have stored about me?

9.1 You can ask us what data we hold about you. You can also ask us to change the data or how we use it.

10. What should I do if I am not happy with the way you have collected, stored and used my data?

10.1 You have a right to withdraw your consent for us to store your data or keep in touch for marketing purposes at any time. You are also entitled to request us to erase all data which you have supplied to us on the basis of consent. However, we will still retain any data which we are required to hold for legal, financial or transactional purposes.

10.2 If you have any complaints about the way we have handled your data please contact us (see section 11 below).

10.3 You can also contact the Information Commissioner’s Office at this link.

11. Contact Details

11.1 To exercise all relevant rights, raise queries or complaints please contact by email at info@myrtlefieldhouse.com or write to us at:

The Myrtlefield Trust,

PO Box 2216,

Belfast,

BT1 9YR

12. How can I be sure this notice is up–to–date?

12.1 This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time, so you may wish to check it each time you submit personal data to The Myrtlefield Trust. If material changes are made to the Privacy Policy we will notify you by placing a notice on the Myrtlefield House website www.myrtlefieldhouse.com.

12.2 This is the most recent version. It was uploaded on 18 April 2018.

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