The Whitehall Bowling Club
Whitehall Bowling Club was founded in 1885 by a group of local business men. At that time it was called the Whitehall Bowling, Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. The Croquet lawn eventually became a tennis court but in 1964 it was transformed into a car park. The Club was then renamed the Whitehall Bowling Club. The Club is situated in the West End of Aberdeen surrounded by granite terraced houses.
We encourage new members to join and we have two qualified coaches who run regular coaching sessions throughout the outdoor bowling season teaching the key skills and etiquette of the game.
The club house is always busy hosting monthly social events throughout the year. The club also has its own dominoes section as well as a group of Mah Jong players who meet up during the winter months.
The Club is affiliated to the Bon-Accord Bowling Association, the Aberdeen and District Ladies Bowling Association and BowlsScotland.
To: All Whitehall Members
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is the new Data Protection process which comes into effect on Friday 25 May 2018
In line with the above, it is the Club’s responsibility to notify Members of all personal data held, what this data is used for and with whom it is shared – this information is shown below. We will not share your personal information with anyone or any organisation other than those identified below.
The Club Secretary updates and maintains an Excel spreadsheet which is shared with the Membership Secretary and Treasurer and which contains the following information for each Member:
Year Joined )
First Name ) This information is used to compile the WhitehallMembershipBookannually
Telephone Number )
In addition to the above, the following information is held on the spreadsheet:
E-mail Address Used to communicate Club information to Members electronically
Male/Female Ordinary and Junior Members only – used to compile BowlsScotland and Bon-Accord Bowling Association capitation figures on an annual basis
Age Range Ordinary and Junior Members only – used to complete BowlsScotland surveys as required. Ranges are 8-11, 12-15, 16-24, 25-55, 56-65 and Over 66
Date of Birth Junior Members only – used to determine when a Junior will move to Ordinary Member status
If you are content for the Club to hold the above personal data then no action is required
If you do not wish the Club to hold the above personal data then you can ask the Club to:
1. Provide a copy of your personal data and information on how the Club processes the data
2. Correct or complete any incorrect or incomplete personal data held by the Club
3. Delete all personal data held by the Club
4. Stop or limit the processing of your personal data and
5. Provide all personal data in a particular format for your re-use
The Club must then take the action required by the Member within one month of the receipt of the request
A copy of the “Briefing paper on the key changes under the GDPR for clubs” has been placed on the Club notice board if Members require further information
GRACE A WHITLEY
18 May 2018
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