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The General Data Protection Regulations come into force on the 25th of May 2018 and replace the existing law – the Data Protection Act 1998.  Parish Councils and Parish Meetings must comply and arrange for the control of personal data held and processed by the Parish Council.

The concepts and principles are very similar to the 1998 Act in that personal data must be processed lawfully, fairly and transparently; used only for a specific purpose; accurate and up to date; retained no longer than necessary and processed in a manner that ensures security and protection. 

Click on any of the documents below, if you wish to view our policies and procedures regarding our handling of data.