Privacy and data protection
Playskill is committed to protecting the privacy of those who register with and others who visit our website.
By submitting your details anywhere on our website, for example by sending a message via the contact form, you understand and agree to your details being entered onto the Playskill database. Your personal data will be held and used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and will not be shared with any third parties for commercial use. It will only be used by Playskill for the purpose of informing you about news, information, events, campaigns and fundraising. Normally we will contact you by email; however, we may also contact you in writing.
All emails sent through Playskill systems will be monitored and checked to ensure our systems operate effectively and securely. All email messages sent through Playskill systems, to other members of this site may be recorded automatically for security and data integrity purposes. You should be aware that if you use standard email for communication with Playskill, we cannot guarantee that it remains confidential whilst in transit.
In addition to this we do log your IP address which is automatically recognised by our Web Server. We will only collect information that is relevant to providing the service.
Given the global nature of the World Wide Web and with the exception of your real name and email address (which remain accessible only to you and authorised Contact staff) any posting within this site by you is, of course, accessible to internet users around the world.
We will not share your personal details with anyone outside of Playskill without your permission.
There are a few exceptional situations where we may have to breach confidentiality and pass on your details without your consent.
Situations where we might need to break confidentiality:
• A child is at risk of harm.
• A vulnerable adult is at risk of harm.
• You are at serious risk of immediate harm.
• A terrorist threat has been made.
• We have been ordered to share information with the courts.
• A person poses a serious risk to others.
If a decision is made to break confidentiality, we will make reasonable effort to keep you informed of what we intend to do.
If your contact details change at any time in the future, please email email@example.com or telephone 07572 465504.