General Data Protection Regulations

On May 28th 2018 a new set of Data Protection regulations will come into force. This will affect how the club stores and uses your personal information. Personal Information includes name, address, telephone number, email address, date of birth etc. We have one main use for this data:- to enable “The Record” and other club items e.g. AGM papers to be sent out.
In addition we are required to send name and addresses to the BCA for our caving insurance. Also the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) require us to send details of our shareholders – that’s all of you members!!
These uses are necessary to run the club and carry out our legal obligations.

In addition we also make available a membership list and compile the “Rogues Gallery” of notable miscreants. These last uses now require us to have your active permission to include your details in them. In the past this permission was assumed but in future it must be actively given. This shouldn’t be an onerous task, accessing the online membership list on the website should be sufficient for members to give/withdraw this permission, or if you’ve definitively forgotten your password, an email or letter to the Secretary or IT Guru will have the same effect.
We also run an email list to keep members in touch – every email from the list contains a link to allow members to unsubscribe from it.

We are required to make a statement of our Privacy Policy on our website. The current version of that is on the home page in the "footer" section.

To summarise:- we would like you to give/withdraw your consent for
    1. (Personal Data) - sharing your personal data with other members i.e. the membership list.
    2. (Historic Data) - sharing historic data (name, date of joining, date of leaving) for the “Rogues Gallery”.
    3. (BCA Data) – sharing your gender/email address with the BCA.
To attempt to maintain consistency with current practice the Personal Data consent is set to ‘YES’, Historic Data consent to ‘YES’ and BCA Data consent to ‘NO’.
Changing your consents can be done either by an email to the secretary or by logging onto the website membership list and setting your preferences there.

Craven Pothole Club Ltd. (CPC)
General Data Protection Regulation - Privacy Policy

Information we collect about you

The CPC collects data from its members in an online database on the cravenpotholeclub.org website. This data may have been entered into the membership application form or voluntarily by you into the membership database.

How we store your information

The CPC takes all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy policy.
Where we have given you (or where you have chosen) a password which enables you to access certain parts of the site, you are responsible for keeping this password confidential. We ask you not to share a password with anyone.

How we use your information

The CPC will only use personal information to provide you with services relating to the CPC, primarily distribution of the club magazine “The Record” and other club related matters.
Your data is stored securely on UK based servers.
For insurance purposes some of your data (BCA number, name, address, year of birth, gender) is shared with the British Caving Association (BCA). If you consent to share your email address with the BCA to aid in their processes please give the appropriate consent.
As CPC shareholders your data is shared with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Personal information will not be passed to other third parties.

Children

Children aged 16 or under wishing to provide personal details to the CPC should get their parent/guardian's permission to do so.

Your rights

All your personal data held by us is available to view/amend on our website. You will have been notified of your username and password on joining the organisation. You will have been asked for your consent/non-consent on the membership form to share.
    1. (Personal Data) - share your personal data with other members
    2. (Historic Data) - share historic data (name, date of joining, date of leaving) for the “Rogues Gallery”
    3. (BCA Data) – share your email address with the BCA
    4. add your name/email address to the email distribution list
Your consent for sharing Personal/Historic/BCA Data may be changed at any time by accessing your personal data on the website and giving/withdrawing your consents. Withdrawing consent for your Personal Data will make that data only accessible by the Officers of the club for the legitimate purposes described above. Every email from the distribution list contains a link to allow members to unsubscribe from it.
On leaving the club your personal data will be deleted at the end of the financial year of your departure. If you have consented, your historic data will be retained.
If you think we have misused your personal data you may complain to the Information Commissioner's Office (ico.org.uk)

Cookies

A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on your computer's hard drive. Once you agree, the file is added and the cookie helps analyse web traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular site.
Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual. The web application can tailor its operations to your needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences.
We may collect information about your computer, including (where available) your IP address, operating system and browser type. The Club makes no use of this information.
You may refuse to accept cookies by changing the settings on your browser. However, if you select this setting you may be unable to access certain parts of the site. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system will issue cookies when you visit the site.

Links to other websites

Our website may contain links to other websites of interest. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, you should note that we do not have any control over that other website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting such sites and such sites are not governed by this privacy statement. You should exercise caution and look at the privacy statement applicable to the website in question.

Changes to our Privacy Policy

Any changes we may make to our privacy policy in the future will be posted on this page and, where appropriate, notified to you by e-mail.

WARNING

The exploration of caves, potholes, mines and other underground features should only be undertaken by individuals or groups with the necessary specialist equipment, training and experience.

Terms and Conditions for www.cravenpotholeclub.org

Copyright Status

 

 

 

Disclaimer of Endorsement

 

Disclaimer of Liability

 

 

Authorized Use Policy

The information available on this server relates to products and services, publications and events related to the Craven Pothole Club's activities and is intended for widest possible dissemination.

Information from this server may be reproduced with acknowledgment to Craven Pothole Club, Skipton, UK. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions; this will be noted in those documents. Views or opinions expressed in the pages of this site do not necessarily represent those of Craven Pothole Club.

Reference to specific commercial products or services should not be taken to imply endorsement or recommendation of such products or services by Craven Pothole Club. Views and opinions expressed by individual authors do not necessarily state or reflect those of Craven Pothole Club, and may not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.

Craven Pothole Club makes no warranties of any kind regarding the documents and information on this website and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information presented. Craven Pothole Club gives no assurances that use of information on this site will not infringe upon privately owned rights. Thus Craven Pothole Club disclaims all liability of any kind whatsoever arising out of the use of, or inability to use, this site and the information contained in it.

www.cravenpotholeclub.org exists to provide information about Craven Pothole Club as well as links to specific external sites. Information on this site resides on a computer system administered and managed by agents of Craven Pothole Club. The use of this system may be monitored for computer security purposes. Use of this system for any purpose other than that for which it was designed is unauthorized and prohibited.

Privacy Statement for cravenpotholeclub.org

The Craven Pothole Club has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for this website: www.cravenpotholeclub.org.

Cookies

 

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 Links

 

Security

Contacting the Web Site

The Craven Pothole Club web site uses cookies in some places. They are provided for your convenience in using the site and we do not collect or log any data from these cookies.

When you visit our website to read pages or download information, we automatically collect and store the following information only:

  • The name of the domain from which you entered our website (for example, "yourcompany.com" if you use a private Internet access account or "youruni.ac.uk" if you connect from a university domain)
  • IP Address (an IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing the web)
  • The type of browser and operating system used to access our site
  • The date and time you access our site
  • The pages you visit
  • If you linked to the Craven Pothole Club website from another website, the address of the website

This information, apart from the cookies, is used to create generic statistics on the use of our site. These statistics do not include information about individuals and the log files are not shared with anyone beyond the committee of Craven Pothole Club.

This site contains links to other sites. www.cravenpotholeclub.org is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites.

This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this web site, you can contact

Craven Pothole Club, Skipton, UK
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CRAVEN POTHOLE CLUB LIMITED

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

1.00 THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK

1.01 Craven Pothole Cub Ltd recognises the requirements of the Protection of Children Act 1999 (PoCA).

1.02 PoCA includes "children", that is under 16s’ and "young persons", that is young people recognised as children under the act, (further referred to here with equal meaning as "young persons" or “children").

1.03 PoCA takes in sexual, emotional and physical abuse and also "neglect" (which includes all aspects of failure to ensure the safety of a young persons and vulnerable adults).

2.00 POLICY STATEMENTS

2.01 Craven Pothole Club Ltd recognises the importance of the welfare of young persons and vulnerable adults and their right to protection from abuse as set out in section 1.00 of this document.

2.02 Craven Pothole Club Ltd recognises its duty of care to young persons and vulnerable adults, for the actions of its trustees, officers & agents.

2.03 Craven Pothole Club Ltd will take all allegations of child abuse seriously and will respond to such allegations quickly.

2.04 Craven Pothole Club Ltd considers that in any caving or mine exploration activity safety of the participants and conservation of the cave is of paramount concern at all times.

2.05 Underlying this it must be borne in mind that Craven Pothole Club Ltd does not proactively promote the participation of young persons or vulnerable adults in caving or mine exploration. It takes this stance for a number of reasons:

  1. caving can often be a strenuous activity requiring a mature physical and mental approach
  2. a working knowledge of weather patterns & limestone hydrology can be vital for safe caving
  3. caves are a strictly limited physical resource that deserve a mature appreciation of their conservation requirements.

CPC Surveys for Sale

 

Survey

Year

Approx. Size (mm)

Aille River Cave 1968 590 x 460
Birks Fell Cave 1969 1450 x 990
Birks Wood Cave 1960 300 x 210
Antro del Corchia 1967 300 x 420
Bracken Cave, Hubberholme 1970 150 x 210
Caves of County Cork 1968 300 x 420
Caves of Northern Norway 1984 280 x 330
Cherry Tree Hole 1970 580 x 460
Cherry Tree Hole – Far North 1971 470 x 320
Cliffe Force Cave ( 2 sheets) 1981 410 x 290
Cliffe Force Cave – Spar Shop Series 1982 300 x 420
Coppice Cave, Ling Gill 1978 420 x 210
Cueva de Los Tyos, Equador (2 sheets) 1976 430 x 300
Darnbrook Pot 1970 580 x 420
East Pot, Gaping Gill 1986 300 x 210
Foss Gill Cave 1971 150 x 210
Gaping Gill 1966 300 x 420
Gavel Pot, October Series 1970 150 x 210
Ghar Parau 1971-72 650 x 500
Greensett Caves, Wherside 1972 420 x 270
Grotta de Monte Cucco 1970 300 x 550
Lone Ranger Series, Link Pot 1980 445 x 300
Mayday Hole, Newby Moss 1971 150 x 210
Magic Roundabout Series, Lancaster Hole 1973 510 x 350
Mongo Gill North 1959 300 x 420
Northgate Sump, Gaping Gill 1986 150 x 210
Nong River Cave, PNG 1976 430 x 240
Nong River Headwaters, PNG 1976 430 x 240
Norway - Bumperhullet 1971 580 x 360
Norway - Lauknesfjellgrotta 1971 580 x 360
Norway - Kjopsvikgrotta 1971 450 x 490
Norway - Noraldag-Raige 1971 150 x 210
Norway - Osthullet 1971 580 x 370
Otter's Cave, Coverdale 1985 420 x 270
Pillar Holes, Newby Moss 1970 150 x 210
Pollnagollum, County Clare 1953 300 x 420
Poll na Leprechauns, County Lietrim 1968 150 x 210
Providence Pot, upstream sump 1986 150 x 210
Queensbury Avens, Gaping Gill 1987 300 x 210
Rat Hole, Gaping Gill 1984 420 x 260
Roaring Well, Tipperary 1978 410 x 300
Robinsons Pot, Darnbrook 1975-77 300 x 420
Robin Hoods Cave, Kilnsey 1971 300 x 210
Rowentree Cave 1978 300 x 380
Scrafton Pot 1968 590 x 440
Sellgill Hole 1973 520 x 460
Slanting Cave 1972 450 x 470
Spout Tunnel, Gaping Gill 1976 400 x 300
Stump Cross – Mongo Gill 1964 970 x 380
Su Bentu, Sardinia 1980 650 x 500
Washfold Pot 1971 450 x 510
Water Gill Cave 1969 150 x 210
Yew Cogar Hole 1972 470 x 420