Woodland Tribe is committed to protecting your personal information. We will always keep your information safe, only for as long as it is needed and it will only ever be used for the purposes we collect it. Woodland Tribe will always process all personal information lawfully and be fair and transparent in how we do this.
We will never sell or share your information with marketing companies.
Who are we?
Woodland Tribe are a not for profit Community Interest Company promoting adventure play all over the UK. Woodland Tribe is a company limited by guarantee incorporated in 2016 and registered with Companies House (10502214)
Woodland Tribe CIC c/o 24 Lampern View, Uley, GLOS GL11 5TD
What information do we need?
We will never collect more information than is necessary for the purpose you have provided it.
We will normally only collect basic personal information which may include your name, address, phone number and email address, organisation or area of work. This information ensures that we can fulfil our role as a not for profit organisation promoting children’s adventure play.
Occasionally we may state that general photographs will be taken at an event or we may ask for permission to take or use specific photographs of you or your children to promote our work or initiatives.
How do we process your personal information?
We may process your personal information because we have a legal obligation to do so, because it is necessary for the performance of a contract, because you have consented to it, or because we have a legitimate interest to do so that does not harm any of your rights.
When you attend a Woodland Tribe event we may process your personal information to:
Provide you with confirmation of your booking, venue details, access arrangements and process and record your payment.
Send you an evaluation survey or feedback form to complete and return – this is to assess the effectiveness and suitability of our events and to improve our services.
Provide you with information about future events. We aim to ensure that the information we send to you is of interest and relevant to your work. We will only send you information on future events if you give consent to receive it.
Promote our events and adventure play using photographs. At our events photographs may be taken by our staff or the event organiser. We will have clear signage telling you this and an option not to have your photo taken if you so wish. These photos will only be used to report on Woodland Tribe events and to promote future events. This processing is in our legitimate interests to share information about events and promote future events.
When you complete a survey, we will use your information to:
When you commission Woodland Tribe to undertake workshops, consultancy, project management, project delivery and other short-term pieces of work we will process your information to:
Allow us to perform the commission and provide you with further specific details regarding the commissioned work, including reports, updates, statistics, evaluation and for the purpose of processing payments. This will be necessary for the performance of the commissioned contract between us.
When you engage or work with Woodland Tribe, we will process your personal information to:
Identify the different sectors and organisations we work with. It is in our legitimate interests to assess and report on the reach of our work. We will not send you direct marketing as a result of your engagement unless you give us consent to do so.
Any statistic information required by funders will be anonymised and it is in our legitimate interests to collate this information.
What do we do with your information?
Your information is processed at the Woodland Tribe office in Uley and held on a secure server. We will only use your information in the way that you have agreed to. For example, if you have asked to receive information about volunteering or events, we will only send you information about volunteering or events.
Google: We use cloud computing software to do our work, provided by Google. The information is processed in the UK.
What type of information do we send out?
Woodland Tribe offers a wide variety of services and information and as long as we have your consent we may provide you with information on:
Surveys and consultations
Topic specific areas of work
How long do we keep your information?
We will never retain your information for longer than is necessary for the purpose it has been provided. If you have consented to receive information regarding events and volunteering through email we will keep that information until you tell us that you no longer want to receive it.
Will we share your information with anyone else?
Woodland Tribe will not share your information with third parties unless we are legally required to do so or receive your consent to do so either at the point of collection or subsequently. Woodland Tribe will never sell or share your information with external marketing companies.
Woodland Tribe occasionally takes still images, film/audio recordings of children to promote the child’s right to play, and to promote adventure play opportunities in the UK in formats including Woodland Tribe website, print, digital and social media.
Any personal information given to provide consent to use any still images or filming will be stored securely and only used for the purpose of providing permission.
You can ask Woodland Tribe to stop using your child’s still images and film recordings at any time. As a result, they will not be used on websites or in future publications but may continue to appear in publications already in circulation.
Your visit to our website will remain anonymous as none of the information collected is linked to any personal information. If you provide personal information through an online form or enquiry we will only process this for the purpose that you provided it.
The website information collected is only used to assess popular pages and downloads. This helps us to continually improve our website and your experience.
Our website uses Google Analytics to review our site functionality and these cookies are used to collect anonymous information about how visitors use our website, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come from and the pages they visit. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website. Google Analytics does not store any personal information about any website users.
Woodland Tribe does not collect, store or match handles to personal information unless you have given your consent. For example, you may have opted to receive information via social media, included a twitter handle with your personal details or chosen to follow us.
Any social media posts or comments you send to us may be shared or re-tweeted publicly (e.g. via Facebook/Instagram/Twitter).
Woodland Tribe is not responsible for the privacy policies of these platforms and advises that you read the Privacy Policies of social media platforms before using them:
As payments made to Woodland Tribe are via BACS (Banks Automated Clearing Services) we do not collect or store card details.
If you make a financial donation to Woodland Tribe, we will only process your personal information to administer your donation. We will not contact you unless you have asked us to and we will never share or sell your personal or donation information.
What are your rights?
Under the data protection law you have a number of different rights relating to our use of your personal information and we have set out below a brief summary of these below – for a full explanation of these rights visit the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website.
Your right to access
Your right to have personal information rectified
Your right to be forgotten
Your right to information portability
Your right to object
Your right to restrict processing
Your right to withdraw consent.
General points about your rights
You can make a request to us to exercise any of the rights summarised above. Woodland Tribe will respond to your request within one month. Woodland Tribe may have the right to refuse to comply with your request and if this is the case we will contact you within one month to explain our reasons.
Last reviewed 07 Feb 2023.