London Bridge Club
Marylebone Rifle + Pistol Club is a Home Office approved club and is situated in the City of London. The Club also has accommodation at Bisley in the heart of the Surrey countryside.
Our City of London facilities include:-
Monday - 5pm - 8:30pm
Wednesday - 5pm - 8:30pm
Friday - 2pm - 8:30pm
Bisley NRA - DUKKA Hut
The facilities at Bisley where the clubhouse, the DUKKA Hut, include showers, toilets and a kitchen.
We hire bays on the Melville range at Bisley for shooting at distances up to 50 metres with gallery rifle, long-barreled revolver and muzzle-loading pistol. For higher power rifles, muzzle-loading rifles and black powder cartridge rifles, we hire targets for shooting at distances from 100 to 1,000 yards. From March to November we usually have one gallery rifle/muzzle-loading pistol and one full-bore rifle shoot per month.
We also have occasional bookings on the Running Boar and Deer ranges but these are usually mid-week owing to the high demand for their use at weekends by the British Sporting Rifle Club who own the range.
At the end of the year, we have a Christmas shoot which consists of a fun competition in the morning and a Christmas meal in the Dukka Hut in the afternoon.
The club is affiliated to the National Rifle Association (NRA), the British Sporting Rifle Club (BSRC) and the Surrey Rifle Association (SRA).
Marylebone Rifle & Pistol Club is an active and competitive club, offering members opportunities to compete between fellow club members, using our "Standard Ratings". These Ratings cover over 113 different disciplines using a wide variety of Firearms.
The Club also has an annual "Trophy Challenge" which members compete for at the same time as gaining annual "Ratings Medals".
Trophies and Medals are awarded annually at our Annual General Meeting, which has a tradition of expecting members to wear their medals throughout the evening. Anyone achieving five Gold standards is awarded a GRAND MASTER Medal!
Marylebone Rifle & Pistol Club participate in several national competitions, namely "The Phoenix", which takes place at Bisley during the May Bank Holiday and "The Imperial" a two week competition also taking place at Bisley, in July. Both events attract thousands of visitors each year, with Marylebone Rifle & Pistol Club taking away several trophies and awards.
About this policy
This policy explains how The Marylebone Rifle & Pistol Club collects personal information about our members and how we use it, keep it secure and club member’s rights in relation to it. This includes probationary members, visitors and guests.
The data will be retained under the lawful basis detailed below, principally for legal, health and safety reasons. A Legitimate Interest Assessment has been undertaken and can be made available to members on request.
Further details on the GDPR can be found at the website for the Information Commissioner (www.ico.gov.uk).
For the purposes of the GDPR, the Club Secretary will be the “controller” of all personal data we hold about club members and others. A Data Control Officer (DCO) appointed by the Executive Committee is responsible for making sure the club complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which applies from 25 May 2018. We will review personal data every year to establish whether we are still entitled to process it or not.
You have rights under the GDPR:
- To access your personal data
- To be provided with information about how your personal data is processed
- To have your personal data corrected
- To have your personal data erased in certain circumstances
- To object to or restrict how your personal data is processed in certain circumstances
Use and sharing of personal information
Your personal data:
- will be used to notify the Police when you apply to join the club and for any appropriate notifications as required by law
- will be used for the purposes of organising and operating the club and your email and telephone numbers may be used for communication about news/work at the club/range closure, competition entries/results and other important notices
- may be shared with any National Governing Body or another Home Office Approved Shooting Club
- will not be passed to anyone else without your permission.
The appropriate lawful basis upon which MRPC rely on for the processing of personal data are:
Contract. This applies where there is a contract (written or implied) between the club and an individual. Membership, competition, event, and course data will be processed on this basis.
Legal Obligation. This applies for processing personal data that is disclosed to the police or other legal requests (eg if an incident is recorded on CCTV and is reported to the police.)
Legitimate Interest. This covers the general need for information that the club requires to organise, and promote the activities of the club, maintain its list of contacts, produce activity reports and results which are published on the Club website and other media.
Vital Interest. This covers matters relating to an individual’s health and life or death situations. We do not normally collect this type of information. However, if we are provided with this information by an individual we will disclose it to those we consider it as necessary to do so (eg duty officer, range officer, paramedics).
Consent. This is provided for use of other personal data on an ad hoc basis. In each case the consent of the individual will be recorded.
Enquiries and other communications with the club
When enquiring about the club we may hold your details for a period of time to deal with the enquiry.
Any emails and other communications with the club will only be retained for a period of time appropriate to the content or request.
Club emails will be purged on a regular basis. People added to a club waiting list for membership will be informed and asked for permission to store their data at that point.
Parents or guardians signing the probationary or full membership form are giving their permission for the data to be used as described elsewhere in this policy.
How we protect your personal data
- Club officers will process membership information electronically and all information will be held on a database on a secure computer. A backup of this information will be held at the Secretary’s address.
- Paper copies of data will be held at London Bridge Range and secured in a locked filing cabinet. If it is necessary to transport data it will be kept secure.
- For any on-line payments which we take from members, probationers, visitors and guests we will use a recognised online secure payment system.
- In the unlikely event of a breach of the security of data we will notify members promptly and we will never sell or pass on your personal data.
Request to see your personal information
If you wish to know what personal data the club holds please email the Secretary / DCO at (membership@marylebone .org.uk) and he/she will respond within 14 days of the request (depending on availability).
Accuracy and retention of data
Each individual member is responsible for keeping the Secretary / DCO informed of changes to their data (e.g. address/telephone number etc. and this is updated at least once a year at renewal and you are at that time authorising the club to hold such data on file.
The data are kept on file at the Secretary’s home address. The data will normally be kept for up to 7 years after membership ceases. It may be kept for a longer period for reasons of legal and civil action or other ongoing case management.
Names and scores may be kept indefinitely for reason of historical significance – e.g. on trophies, plaques and other awards.
- CCTV is used to record activities on the ranges at the club in the interests of safety and crime prevention. All images are stored onsite in a Digital Video Recorder which is password protected.
- The images/data are stored for approximately 1 month and then these are over written.
- For these reasons the information processed may include visual images, personal appearance and behaviours. This information may be about club members, members of the public and those inside, entering or in the immediate vicinity of the area under surveillance.
- Where necessary or required this information is shared with the data subjects themselves, employees and agents, service providers, police forces, security organisations and other authorised persons making an enquiry.
- Any complaints which rely on this about theft/bullying/abuse etc. must therefore be made within 1 month of the incident otherwise the images will have been overwritten.