Respecting Your Right to Privacy at Penrith Gaels Club

Ensuring the protection of your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal information is of
utmost importance at Penrith Gaels Club. Personal information, as it pertains to this website and all
online portals (along with any other printed materials), refers to information that allows us to
identify and retrieve your identity. This includes data such as your name, address, and contact details
when you engage with Penrith Gaels Club products or services.

Penrith Gaels Club recognises the weight of responsibility associated with handling your personal
information and is committed to safeguarding it. We strive to provide you with choices regarding the
disclosure of your personal information, especially for direct marketing purposes.

Collecting Your Personal Information:
We collect personal information directly from you, limited to what is necessary for delivering Penrith
Gaels Club products or services. Collection methods may include application forms, both in hard copy
and online formats, or over the telephone. We adhere to lawful and fair means in collecting personal
information, respecting your privacy throughout.

The personal information collected may include your name, address, gender, and contact details,
such as phone, fax, and email.

How We Use Your Personal Information:
Penrith Gaels Club collects personal information to provide you with access to specific products or
services. We may disclose your personal information for the primary purpose for which it was
collected, and such disclosure would be reasonably expected by you. Examples include developing a
stronger relationship with you, internal membership management, administrative reporting, and
protecting against fraud.

Occasionally, we may disclose your personal information for distributing marketing materials, but
only if you have not opted out of such communications.

Direct Marketing:
We may use your personal information to identify Penrith Gaels Club products and services that may
be of interest and benefit to you. This may include activities such as competitions, policy
announcements, and campaigns. If you prefer not to receive direct marketing information from
Penrith Gaels Club, please inform us.

Quality and Accuracy of Your Personal Information:
To provide you with the best possible service, we take reasonable steps to ensure the accuracy,
completeness, and currency of the personal information we collect. If you find any inaccuracies,
please contact us, and we will promptly rectify them.

Security of Your Information:
Penrith Gaels Club employs reasonable measures to protect your personal information from loss,
misuse, unauthorized disclosure, or destruction.

Cookies on Penrith Gaels Club Website:
Our website uses “cookies” to enhance interaction with your computer. Cookies do not identify
individual users but provide a unique identification number to your Internet browser. You can
configure your browser settings to accept, reject, or notify you when a cookie is sent.

Information Logged on the Penrith Gaels Club Website:
When you visit our website, our server logs information for statistical purposes, including the type of
browser, operating system, IP address, and internet service provider. This information is used for
aggregated statistical analyses and systems administration.

Links to Other Websites:
While we strive to engage with reputable entities, Penrith Gaels Club is not responsible for the
privacy practices or content of external websites linked from our site.

Searching Within the Penrith Gaels Club Website:
Search terms entered on our website’s search engine are collected for aggregated statistical analyses,
improving our services, and understanding user interests.

Accessing Your Personal Information:
Upon your request and subject to applicable privacy laws, Penrith Gaels Club will provide you with
access to your personal information.

For any privacy-related queries, please contact the Penrith Gaels Club Privacy Officer at We are committed to responding to your queries promptly and within
five working days from the date of the request.