Data Protection & Privacy

Data Protection

Burnley and District U3A will comply with applicable data protection and privacy laws and regulatory frameworks.

Burnley and District U3A’s Data Protection Policy sets out the requirements that Burnley and District U3A has to gather personal information for membership purposes. The policy details how personal information will be gathered, stored and managed in line with data protection principles and the General Data Protection Regulation. The policy is reviewed on an ongoing basis by Burnley and District U3A committee members to ensure that Burnley and District U3A is compliant. This policy should be read in tandem with the Burnley and District U3A’s Website Privacy Policy below.

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Website Privacy

Information we collect from users of this website

Burnley and District U3A manage this web site and take the privacy of information provided by visitors to this website seriously.

We do not capture or store personal information about individuals who browse this website, except where this information is given voluntarily such as through e-mail or an online form. We do however collect statistical information which is not personably identifiable (see Information to improve our website below).

What we do with personal information

Where you choose to complete an online form the personal information you give us is used by Burnley and District U3A to enable us to respond to any request, complaint or comment that you have made.

Burnley and District U3A will safeguard your information and will not pass it on to any third party without the express permission of the individual or unless required to do so by lawful authority.

Cookies

For our site to function we need to use cookies. An informational panel is displayed when you access our site on each new browsing session informing you of our use of cookies. By continuing into our site you are giving us implied consent to use cookies. Your browser has options to reject, accept and/or manage the use of cookies. Please be aware that turning off cookies may make our site unusable. For further details on the use and management of cookies please visit  http://www.allaboutcookies.org/cookies/

Information to improve our website

Burnley and District U3A use a tool called Google Analytics (which uses cookies) to collect and store aggregated information each time you visit our site including but not exclusively: the date, the type of browser and it’s capabilities including some plugins, the operating system used, and the URL of the referring page. We do not have access to individual IP addresses.

The information collected by Google Analytics allows us to assess the popularity of the pages on the website, so that we can continue to improve our site and access to information.

Notification of changes

Burnley and District U3A may revise this Privacy Statement at any time. You will not receive notification of these changes but they will be published on this page.

Notices

History – 5 Sept and Architecture 18 Sept

History Group are having a talk by Tony Mackie on Chinese History at the Unity Church Padiham 10-30 am to 12-00 noon on Thursday 5 September.

Architecture Group are having a visit to Darwen Heritage Centre arranged for 2.15 pm on Wednesday 18th September with first a tour of the centre then a tour of some of the lovely buildings in the town ending with refreshments at the centre. Meet at the Unitarian Church with a view to moving off at 1.30pm in our own cars (some car drivers offering lifts). It is essential to book a place with Rod Wilshaw or with David Smith.


apPEAL!

This is an urgent apPEAL for new members for the Handbell Ringing Group? Our numbers have suddenly plummeted due to illness or other difficult circumstances and we desperately need new members. If anyone has been harbouring an inclination to try handbell ringing, now is definitely the time to come out and give it a go. No previous experience necessary, ability to read music not necessary but an ability to count to 4 is required! Come and find out why or ring Valerie Widdas for a chat about what we do. We need you!

Handbell Ringing is on Wednesdays, 4th and 18th September at St. Leonard’s Church, Padiham from 2.00pm – 3.30pm.

 


Book Group Meeting – change of date

The  next meeting is on September 16th at 10-00 to discuss Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates.  Contact David Venn.


August Open Meeting

The August Open Meeting will be held at Nazareth Unitarian Chapel, Knight Hill, Padiham BB12 8JH on Thursday 22 August 2019 commencing at 2:30pm. The meeting will feature a talk on “The journeys of Anne Clifford” by Sheila Gordon.

A full list of our Open Meetings for 2019 is available on our Schedule of Open Meetings Page.


Submissions for Newsletter

Please note that all submissions for the September 2019 newsletter should be e-mailed or telephoned to the newsletter editor by Wednesday 18 September.

October earlier date – Friday 4 October
November – Wednesday 20 November
December – tbc
January – Wednesday – 15 January

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Fancy Becoming A Member?

If you fancy joining Burnley and District U3A and attending one or more of our Special Interest Groups please visit our How To Join Burnley and District U3A page. Guests are welcome to attend up to two monthly meetings at a fee of £2.00 per meeting or to attend one Special Interest Group meeting as a taster session. If you have questions or just want to know more about the local U3A you will be welcome to chat with one of our Greeters at the monthly meeting from 2:00pm. The monthly meetings are held at Nazareth Unitarian Chapel, Knight Hill, Padiham Lancs BB12 8JH (see our location) and commence at 2:30pm on the fourth Thursday of each month. Download our Introductory Brochure (PDF).