(Issue 1 – May 2018)
Oswestry Christian Centre, trading as Oswestry Christian Bookshop, is a charitable company set up to promote Christian literature and teaching in the Oswestry district and beyond.
Membership of the company is open to all who subscribe to its ethos and aims. Those who wish to support the company without actual membership may enrol as a Friend of the Bookshop. The company holds personal data for Members and Friends to facilitate communication, information and Gift Aid collection as appropriate.
This data is limited to that supplied by the individual at the time of enrolment on the enrolment form or Gift Aid form. This data is not shared with any other organisation nor is it used for any marketing purposes. The individual may resign from membership or terminate the friend support at any time and their data will then be removed from the current list.
Members who are not in contact with the Bookshop and have not responded to communications for two consecutive AGM may also be suspended from the active list. In these cases data may be retained for historical or archive purposes but will not be used for any communication unless reactivated by the individual. Data is received by consent of the individual and used to carry out legitimate interests in the conduct of the company to call meetings (principally an AGM) and process contributions including Gift Aid claims.
The data may be held electronically to facilitate these processes and is password protected to safeguard access. Paper forms are kept in a secure filing cabinet. Any queries or concerns or requests for action in relation to an individual’s personal data should be addressed to the Chairman of Trustees, Oswestry Christian Bookshop, c/o 10a Lower Brook Street, Oswestry SY11 2HG
Who we are
Our website address is: https://www.ocbooks.co.uk.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
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Who we share your data with
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How long we retain your data
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What rights you have over your data
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Where we send your data
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