Data Protection - Changes from May 2018
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - The GDPR is a new EU legal framework applicable from 25 May 2018 and introduces additional regulations for all organisations that process (collect, manage and use) personal data. Waveney Ramblers processes data, and our volunteers process data on our behalf so staff and volunteers are legally required to comply with the GDPR."
- Before sending an email to a member please make sure you have their consent to do so.
- When sending an email to a group, send it to yourself and blind copy (Bcc) the rest of the
group in (making sure you have their consent to do so).
- Do not forward or reply to any email received prior to this email, without taking points
one and two into consideration. Better still, delete them if they are not needed.
- This website holds the contact details of the Waveney Ramblers' committee and the walk leaders.
- Logged in users need a numerical cookie which contains no personal information.
This keeps track of your logged-in status.
It's deleted when you log out or close your Browser window.
- There is no advertising on this site and no contact details will be passed to third parties.
- There are links to the national Ramblers' site and to the local Ramblers' groups in Norfolk and Suffolk.
- There are links to other sites that ramblers might find useful.
- Please note that public contact details on the site are available to everyone.
- It's a bad idea to use the same password on multiple websites.
- Avoid dictionary words in your password.
- Longer pass phrases are safer.
- © Waveney Ramblers 2016 - 2019.
- © Walk programme data from the national Ramblers' website, 2016 - 2019.
- The GeoTools library came with thanks from http://www.nearby.org.uk/tests/GeoTools.html licensed under the GNU General Public License.
- The walk programme data for the eight day guide is retrieved from the national Ramblers' website.
- The eight day guide promotes walks for all the Norfolk and Suffolk groups, as long as their walks are listed on the national ramblers' web site.
Legalities and Disclaimers
- Every effort has been made to ensure the correctness of these site contents.
- No responsibility will be accepted for any loss or subsequent loss sustained by their use.
- Our walk track logs are a record of our walks.
- We always try to keep to rights of way and to stay safe.
- When we deviate it's usually due to poor signposting and paths not reinstated. There's a bit of human error too!
- Please take care because walking conditions change. Rights of way get moved.