Wythenshawe Games Privacy Notice
Event photography and filming
When taking photographs/filming at events, we display notices at the venue to inform participants of this. These notices advise event attendees that photography/filming will be taking place, and will allow individuals to take action if they do not wish to be photographed/filmed. This process is used at events where it would be impractical and disproportionate to obtain signed consent forms for all individuals.
In order to use photos of individuals/small groups in marketing materials, we require written consent from the individual(s) or their parent(s)/carer(s).
This notice explains how the following partners will use your photograph(s)/film(s) for marketing and promotional activities and the range of marketing channels that partners may use.
- Wythenshawe Forum Trust
- Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG)
- Manchester City Council
- Real Lives Wythenshawe
This includes, but is not limited to print and digital media formats including:
- Magazines and publications to promote partners and their activities
- Partners websites
- Partners annual report
- Direct mail
- Social media – across all platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube and other social media platforms that partners may use
We will not sell or share the photograph(s)/film(s) to third parties for their commercial purposes.
The organisation responsible for collecting your personal data in the first instance (the “Data Controller”) is Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG). WCHG may collect the following categories of personal data: name, email and other contact details, images, video. We will process your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or any successor legislation to the GDPR or the Data Protection Act 2018. This data will be shared with the partners listed above, who will follow their own policies and procedures to ensure the photos are held securely and are processed lawfully. The legal basis under which processing of personal data may take place is either the legitimate interest of the partners to document events and promote their activities, or consent.
For further information (including your rights under data protection law) please visit www.pridesports.org.uk to view Pride Sports privacy notice which may be updated from time to time, or contact Pride Sports on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find out further information from the Information Commissioner’s Office www.ico.org.uk.