Our privacy policy

Aquarius Swimming data retention and GDPR

As you are probably aware the General Data Protection (GDPR) is into force from 25th May 2018.  This new regulation affects how organisations can collect and store your data.

When you register your swimmer you give us permission to store minimal data, and if you are happy for us to use the data for the purpose described then you do not need to do anything, if you need to discuss it with us, or want information on how we collect and process this information, please contact us at info@aquariusswimming.co.uk

The member receives a personal data page with a private login, and at any time this data can be checked, amended or deleted.

We keep a name, date of birth, mobile phone number, email contact address and we have requested personal health information that is relevant to us as teachers of swimming, and finally permission for publicity.  All this data is kept with a password and in one place and you share the access with us to it.

When a member leaves Aquarius Swimming, we keep a Leavers file for a short while in the event the swimmer returns, then we delete the member from our system.

As a member of Aquarius Swimming, we would like to be able to send you updates, notifications of pool closures and reopening’s, term dates and fees, information on events and activities.  Your information will only be used for this purpose.

Without it you will not receive information in respect of Pool Closures for instance, and there is nothing we would be able to do without your email and mobile phone number for example to stop you having a wasted trip to the Pool when it is not open.

We will never give this information to any other organisation and you may of course ask for your details to cease to be used in this manner.

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If you have any concerns about any of the above, please do contact us.


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