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GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU regulation that establishes a new framework for handling and protecting the personal data of EU citizens. ( This will still apply after Brexit).
It introduces new obligations and liabilities for all organisations – including Parish Councils, that handle personal data and new rights for individuals in respect of their personal data. The new regulations will come into force on 25 May 2018.  For Croxdale and Hett Parish Council itself, as a corporate body, it is the formal Data Controller and as such must meet its obligations.

Information held by Croxdale and Hett Parish Council

A data audit of all personal data has been carried out.  This includes:

  • What is held
  • Where it came from
  • Who it is shared with
  • The legal basis for holding it
  • Whether consent is necessary
  • How it is protected

In particular, Croxdale and Hett Parish Council looks to minimise this risk by looking to ensure personal information is:

  • Accurate and up to date
  • Relevant
  • Not kept too long
  • Not disclosed to those who the person it relates to does not wish to have
  • Not used in ways that are unacceptable to or unexpectaedly by the person it is about
  • Kept securely

Individual Rights

Croxdale and Hett Parish Council has reviewed and amended all of its policies and procedures in order that they cover all the rights which individuals have including:

Communicating Privacy Information

Croxdale and Hett Parish Council has reviewed all of their Privacy Notices and Privacy Impact Information including:-

Privacy Notice

Subject Access Requests / Consents / Data Breaches

Croxdale and Hett Parish Council has updated its procedures in respect of handling requests and providing information.

Consent Form

Children

Croxdale and Hett Parish Council does not hold any information / data on any child.


 Notices

The Parish Council invites tenders and quotes for the cemetery maintenance contract at Croxdale and Hett Cemeteries.  For an information pack, please contact the Parish Clerk.  Deadline for submission of applications is 5.00 pm on Tuesday 25 September 2018.


At its meeting of 17 May 2018, meetings of the Council were revised to the fourth Wednesday of each month (as opposed to the second), except in December.  All meetings commence at 7.00 pm.  Please see attached Meeting Schedule


Council Tax

please see public notices in relation to Council Tax setting for the period:

 

2017/18

 

2018/19


Public Notice

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Parish Council Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies for Parish Councillor.

Any new vacancies will be added here.


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