Devon Dowsers’ Privacy policy

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About this Privacy policy

Devon Dowsers is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We request the minimum of personal information from members, so that Council can communicate effectively with you about our legitimate business. For example, we would like to inform you about any dowsing related matters that we think might be of interest to you; to ask for your help to put on events or to thank you for any help you have given; to promote Courses, Workshops and dowsing events; to respond to enquiries and complaints; and to give notice of AGMs.

Privacy and Security

It is our legal duty to keep your personal information private and secure. If you have subscribed to receive regular postings via the Devon Dowsers website, you do so in the knowledge that the website is GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) secure. The Devon Dowsers Secretary and Membership Secretary will hold your personal information on a Devon Dowsers database which is password protected. It will be accessible to Council members in order for them to provide you with a service as a member of Devon Dowsers.

Enquiries to Devon Dowsers

We will hold any personal information you give us for only as long as it takes us to respond to your enquiry.

What personal information Devon Dowsers holds

The personal information we request is your name, address, telephone numbers and email address. Please contact us through the Contact page on our website if you wish to know what personal information we hold about you.

Consent

We need your signed consent to allow us to hold this information for the purposes stated and for no other purpose. We will never pass your personal information to a third party, unless we are legally obliged to by law enforcement authorities.

Withdrawal of consent

Having given your written consent to Devon Dowsers to hold your personal information, you may at any time withdraw your consent. Please either email or write to the Membership Secretary with your request who will delete your personal information from our records.

Managing your personal information

Devon Dowsers will annually review members personal information at the time of membership renewal and update or delete if membership is not renewed.

Consent for the use of personal images

Devon Dowsers publishes a Newsletter as well as a Magazine and has its own Website. We like to use photographs of members demonstrating dowsing or participating in activities run by Devon Dowsers. We need your signed consent allowing us to use an image of yourself in any Devon Dowsers publication. We will request your consent at the time you choose to become a member and if you choose not to give your consent this will not preclude you from becoming a member.

Devon Dowsers commitment to members

Devon Dowsers seeks to be transparent as to the purpose it keeps personal information. We are accountable in law and to our membership to keep all such information private and secure with the explicit consent of members. We will annually review our policy to reflect best practice.

Further information

If you have any questions about the Devon Dowsers’ Privacy policy and your rights, please email us through the website asking us to be in touch with you. For further Data Protection information please visit the website of the Information Commissioners Office at  https://ico.org.uk

May 2018

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Final Talk of 2019 – Andy Burnham

The Old Stones – The Megalithic Sites of Britain

Tuesday 12th November 2019

at 7.30 pm

Red Lion Chulmleigh Devon EX18 7DD

A highly illustrated talk based around many of the fascinating themes, new discoveries and mysteries highlighted in the book The Old Stones, along with a look at lesser known but interesting sites in the local area. The Old Stones is the most comprehensive and thought-provoking field guide ever published to the iconic standing stones and prehistoric places of Britain and Ireland, and was awarded Current Archaeology Book of the Year 2019. Andy is the lead author, along with other contributors to the huge Megalithic Portal web resource which he founded and has been running continuously since 2001.

This is your opportunity to be able to purchase this amazing book, signed copies available and meet Andy Burnham.