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Bredgar Parish Council and GDPR

By Brian Clarke Bredgar Parish Council

Thursday, 26 July 2018


Bredgar Parish Council Contributor


Bredgar Parish Council are registered with the Information Commissioners Office as a Data Controller under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). This is because the council perform some public tasks and run community projects where we record resident’s personal data. For example, maintaining Burial Records, attendance at meetings, residents contact details for the Community Response Plan and interest in community projects such as broadband or traffic speed reduction.

Bredgar Parish Council don’t generate any lists or databases of parishioner’s personal data for our own purposes, to pass on to other agencies or for any other data processing activities. Individual councillors may have parishioners contact details stored in their own personal Address Books if those details have been given by parishioners. For example, when seeking councillors help to solve problems or to participate in community projects.

Bredgar Parish Council complies with the GDPR and have issued Privacy Notices accordingly. Policies, Procedures, Work Instructions and Schedules are being created and updated in line with GDPR and will be published on our website as they are approved.

Parishioners should contact the Clerk if they have concerns about their personal data being held by the council or any instructions for its update or deletion. The Clerk will then initiate any actions required by Bredgar Parish Council.

Contact Information

Brian Clarke

  • 07753332229
  • 07753332229

Find Bredgar Parish Council

Bredgar Parish Council Friendly Cottage, Primrose Lane, Bredgar, Bredgar, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 8EB