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This policy explains how we use any information you give to us, and the way we protect your privacy.
Names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses are collected.
Use of information
The information provided is used to contact parents about the Gala Day in which their child is a participant. It is also used to contact parents of the Main Retinue participants about the following Marches Day where necessary.
No telephone number or e-mail details will be published in any form. The names of the Main Retinue and the street of their address (omitting house numbers) may be published in the local press and the Gala Day Programme.
Children's images may be published in the media, the Linlithgow & Linlithgow Bridge Children's Gala Day Programme and web site.
No information will be passed to any other party, except where required by the laws of The United Kingdom.
The address, telephone number and e-mail information provided will be retained for a maximum of 12 months following the Gala Day in which the child participates, after which this information will be deleted.
Permission to use images of participants in the Gala Day will be retained for a maximum of 10 years following the Gala Day in which the child participates, after which it will be destroyed.
If you contact us, the information will be kept for a maximum of 12 months after which it will be deleted.
A password protected area provides access to information for parents and members of the Gala Day Committee only.
Use of the protected area requires users to submit name, address and username details by using a secure form to restrict access to only authorised people.
All parent registration information submitted for access to the protected area will be retained until after the Gala Day in which your child participates. Then it will be deleted.
Changes to the policy
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, you can contact us by e-mail to email@example.com.
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