One result of Fairfield House's increased work to secure HIM's legacy is we've started to improve the records we keep about visitors and stakeholders. That places legal obligations as well as a moral duty on Fairfield House Bath CIC to be transparent and responsible about how people's details are kept safe and used.
Here is Fairfield House's policy on that.
Last Updated: Sept 2023
2. Information We Collect
We may collect various types of information, including:
Personal Information: Your name, email address, postal address, and phone number help us stay in touch. Your age, location and ethnicity helps us demonstrate Fairfield House’s social impact, particularly among underserved groups. This is vital for securing HIM’s legacy.
Usage Information: data such as your IP address, browser type, and device information when you visit our website helps us design better services
User-Generated Content: Content you submit, such as comments, posts, or messages.
3. How We Use Your Information
We use your information for various purposes, including:
Serving our communities: To communicate and work with our communities and volunteers better
Improving our services: To enhance our services, website, and user experience.
Communication: To send appropriate updates, newsletters, and information related to our mission to protect and celebrate HIM’s legacy
Legal compliance: To comply with legal obligations and protect our rights.
4. Information Sharing
As a rule we do not share your data with outside organisations other than with
BEMSCA, the day-care services charity which does much of the day to day operations at Fairfield House.
Legal Authorities: if it’s required by law or if it’s absolutely necessary to protect our rights, privacy, safety, or property.
5. Your Choices
You have the right to:
Access and correct your personal information
Opt out of marketing communications
Delete your account (subject to our legal obligations).
As well as fully respecting your legal rights Fairfield House Bath would want to be exemplary in its respectful use of and care for your valuable personal details.
You can expect us to take reasonable steps to protect your personal information, but no method of transmission over the Internet is completely secure.
7. Children's Privacy
We do not knowingly collect personal information from children.
8. International Data Transfer
We use web services. Your information may be stored and processed in countries outside the UK and the European Economic Area. We will take reasonable steps to ensure your data is adequately protected.
10. Contact Fairfield House
Thank you for being a friend of Fairfield House Bath.