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Recent Additions/Updates

23 Oct 2018
December Daytime ringing date and provisional venues provided

8 Oct 2018
October Ladies' meeting details available

23 Sep 2018
Daytime ringing October added
Hawton to become 8 (Dove)

29 Aug 2018
Orston ringing suspended (pp Dove)
Ladies' meeting added for Sept - Nov, details available for Sept.

20 Aug 2018
Newark District Secretary updated.
Nottingham District Outing information added.

19 Jul 2018
South Notts meeting 25th July walk details available

18 Jul 2018
Officers list updated
100 Club draw results posted
Daytime Midweek meeting details available

21 Jun 2018
New contact for Holme Pierrepont added

17 Jun 2018
Holme Pierrepont contact update

31 May 2018
Midweek meetings for June added
Officers updated post AGM.

DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998

The Data Protection Act 1998 requires the Southwell and Nottingham Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers (the “Guild”) to ensure that all persons about whom personal information is kept, whether on a computer or as part of paper records, are aware of the information kept and the purpose for which it may be used. The information which you provide to the Guild will, with your consent, be held on a computer and/or in a manual filing system. This data will be processed by the Guild as follows:

As a member of the Guild your name will appear in the Guild’s Annual Report and may also appear in administrative records including minutes of meetings. The Annual Report is circulated to Guild members and tower contacts in the Southwell and Nottingham Diocese and is available on request to other ringers, including ringers who live outside the European Economic Area (as defined by the Data Protection Act 1998). Copies are also supplied to the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham, the Nottinghamshire County Library, the Nottingham City Information Office and to the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers.

If you are, or become, a tower correspondent, a district officer or an officer of the Guild, this information will (with your consent) be published on the web pages and in the Annual Report of the Guild.

Details of peals rung for the Guild, as submitted to the Ringing World by the conductor or other member of the band, are reproduced in the Guild’s Annual Report. The conductor or other member of the band may also arrange publication of the details on the Internet, for example, BellBoard and Pealbase; this is done entirely at the discretion of the band involved and is not data held or processed by or on behalf of the Guild.

All information provided will only be used for ringing purposes and no commercial use will be made of the information provided.
Please complete the appropriate form to confirm your consent to your personal data being processed as necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests of the Guild.

Please ensure your completed and signed form is sent to your District Secretary; this may be done by post or by email attaching an image of the completed form.

If you wish to obtain a copy of the data held, a description of the purposes for which it is being processed, description of any potential recipients, or any information as to the source of the data, please contact the Honorary General Secretary of the Southwell and Nottingham Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers. Please note that the Guild may charge a fee of £10 for the provision of this information.  This fee may be amended from time to time at the discretion of the Guild Committee and with regard to the prevailing legislation at that time.

Thank you for your assistance 


Hon General Secretary