Privacy Policy


Midhurst Camera Club (hereinafter referred to as MCC) collects personal contact information from members, exhibition entrants and people associated with MCC and its running. This data will be kept secure as specified in General Data Protection Regulations 2018. The data held will not be shared with any third parties, for any reason, other than legal obligation. The only people with access to the data held will be members of the Committee. The data will only be used to contact you for and on behalf of MCC. MCC will keep this data for a maximum time according to the nature for which it was gathered and permission granted.

Club Members will be ongoing whilst membership and permission is maintained.

Competition and Exhibition data will be kept for a maximum of three years from last entry.
After these periods any data held will be securely deleted (GDPR2018). Any person whose data we are holding has the right to view the data at any time by request and has the right to withdraw permission for MCC to hold that data. Upon request the data held will be securely deleted from the records (GDPR2018).

MCC reserves the right to publish any image entered for a competition/exhibition complete with the title and author.

MCC cannot guarantee or accept responsibility for data that is “in transit” over the internet. However, once received any data will be held securely, where permission has been granted, and used solely within the scope of that permission in accordance to GDPR 2018 directive.

MCC welcomes junior members and requires the member’s details, for contact purposes. This will only be taken with express permission from parent or person with legal parental responsibilities for the individual. Contact with the junior member will be in a manner restricted to the wishes, as stated, by parent or guardian who originally granted relevant permissions. Permission for MCC to hold this information may be rescinded at any time and all data held will be securely deleted from the records.

All enquiries should be directed to the Secretary.

If at any time an individual feels that MCC fails to take adequate precautions in the way the data held is used or securely stored that individual has the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office at

You may request access to your data with the following Data Access Request Form.

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