The Association of Singer Car Owners.
If you have just joined ASCO we wish you a warm welcome to the Club. Your ‘New Member Welcome Pack’ will be in the post to you within
the next few days.
If you have just renewed your membership - Thank you.
Your new Membership Card will be sent with your next Mascot magazine.
As you may already be aware, ASCO founded the George Singer Memorial Fund (GSMF) to support students at the Kingston Maurward College, where George Singer was born in 1847 when his father was Farm Bailiff on the Kingston Maurward Estate in Dorset. If you wish to make a personal contribution to this Fund, please add this to the amount of your membership subscription and it will be channelled to this very worthwhile fund, now in its fourth year, helping to strengthen the link between the College and the Singer marque.
DATA PROTECTION - IMPORTANT NOTICE
General Data Protection Regulations 2018
These new regulations, which come into force wef 25 May 2018, require all Club members and other recipients of Club information to give their specific consent to the club to use the details they hold for the purposes of communicating with them, such as sending the club magazine, e-mails, e-bulletins and membership renewal reminder letters.
Association of Singer Car Owners Data Protection Policy/Procedure
The club currently collects and stores data relating to its members and their vehicles, and to others to whom it sends complimentary magazines etc. The data is collected electronically, or in paper form, and is collated onto a master data base. The following information is recorded, where applicable:
Name - Address - Telephone number(s) - Email address(es) - Vehicle Details, including Registration Number, Chassis Number, Engine Number, Year of Registration, plus any special details given, such as historical facts about a particular vehicle etc.
The details are stored in an electronic data base. This is made available to ASCO Committee Members and Area Representatives for the purpose of carrying out the objects of the Club, as set out in the Club Rules. Details from the data base are not communicated to other persons, or organisations, without the consent of the individual concerned. Members may at any time request a copy of the data held on themselves and their vehicle(s), or that their data be removed or amended.
Data relating to club officials is printed in the club magazine (effectively in the public domain) to enable communication between the officials and the membership.
Details of members and ex-members and their vehicles are held indefinitely for the sole purpose of facilitating historical research. Individuals have the option to have their details deleted permanently should they decide to leave the club.
Bulletins are sent to members via email on a routine basis. The standard wording at the foot of the email gives an option for any member to unsubscribe.
You will see on the Membership Application Form that in accordance with the requirements of the new Regulations, you are required to sign that you consent to your data being collected and managed in accordance with the Club Policy and procedure as detailed above, and that you agree to your contact details being used by the club to send you communications.
Thank you for your cooperation in complying with this somewhat irksome, but probably necessary, Regulation.
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