Queens Park Tennis Club Membership 2019
Please join us at Queens Park Tennis Club – new members are always welcome! The first step is to contact our membership secretary. [see details below]. Full costs and benefits of membership are listed here.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP 2019
(M6) Extra parent/carer of U11 / social membership (to play with junior member) on court) £5
The Benefits of Memberships
Full adult membership of £85 a year entitles members to book courts for free (2hrs per day), with priority booking seven days in advance, using our online booking system. Click on Court Bookings for further details. If you download the ClubSpark mobile phone app, you can book courts using your mobile phone.
Court Booking explained
Adult members get priority booking, which means they can book their courts online seven days in advance (max 2 hours per day)
Student members can book online, which means they can book their courts four days in advance (max 2 hours per day)
U18 juniors can book book online which means they can book their courts four days in advance (max 2 hours per day)
U11 juniors cannot book online
U11 parent/carer can book on line 24 hours in advance for their children to play `(1 hour max per day)
U11 extra parent/carer / social member cannot book online
Adult pay and play can book and pay online 4 days in advance (max 2 hours per day)
Junior pay and play can have a parent or guardian book and pay online 4 days in advance (max 2 hours per day)
Children of 11 or under can join and will have all the benefits of the junior programme which includes :
Discounted group and individual coaching
Free entry to tournaments
Free entry to Friday afternoon juniors session: 5pm – 6pm
NOTE To book juniors onto courts online parents/guardians must join under the catogory M5
Full adult, student and invited U18 members can join club sessions:
Summer (April to September):
Saturdays 2.00pm NEW lite session
Off season (October to March),
Saturdays 2.00pm NEW lite session
Sunday 2pm .
Parks League Tennis
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from April to August, the courts are used for Parks League matches from 18.00. These are against other clubs in the Brighton And Hove Parks League. Queens Park enters five teams in the Parks League, each comprising a men’s pair, a ladies pair and two mixed pairs.
New balls are provided for matches and used balls for club sessions. Once you are a member, you won’t be asked to pay any additional match or ball fees.
Throughout the year we have American Tournaments and a club tournament with finals day towards the end of the season as well as other cup tournaments and social events.
How To Join The Club
Please contact our membership secretary Pauline (see details below). Alternatively you are welcome to drop by one of our regular club sessions which are held on Monday and Friday evenings from 6pm during the season and on Sunday afternoons from 2pm throughout the year. These sessions are for practice and for fun, and for you to meet and play against other players of different levels. We only require that you are of a standard where you can serve and maintain a rally.
If you are a beginner or lower ability player we have a separate club session on Saturday afternoons between 2pm . If this might be your tennis level, please make contact with Pauline for info.
If you wish to join, Pauline will ask you to fill out a membership application form.
For membership enquiries:
Pauline O’Reilly, Membership Secretary
Telephone: 01273 607602
Mobile: 07743 291427
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GDPR & Privacy
At Queens Park Tennis Club we understand that we have a responsibility to protect and respect your privacy and look after your personal data. Data Protection law will change on 25 May 2018 and this Privacy Notice sets out your rights under the new laws. In brief, this Privacy Notice explains what personal data we collect, how we use your personal data, reasons we may need to disclose your personal data to others and how we store your personal data securely.
For clarity, Queens Park Tennis Club may be both data controller and data processor for your personal data under certain circumstances.
We must advise that this policy is subject to change and improvement, so please check our website on a regular basis for any further changes.
1 Why do you need to process my data?
The law now states that we are only able to process personal data if we have valid reasons to do so. Anyone who becomes a member of this Club or books its facilities (courts or Clubhouse) will need to provide certain information including, but not restricted to, name, contact and payment details where needed. We will use this information to process and administrate your membership or booking.
2 Who can see my data?
Membership Secretary Pauline O’Reilly will be able to see your membership data. Pauline stores this information on a password protected computer that has security software.
Team captains will use the contact details provided to them by Pauline O’Reilly to administrate team matches and events as will Mel Bowden for the administration of coaching. Again, these will be stored on password protected, secure computers or on lockable mobile phones/androids.
Court booking is administrated by the LTA’s Clubspark system and will be subject to their GDPR guidelines. Schools and organisations’ details for court bookings (not completed via Clubspark) will be held by Keith Stollery, Treasurer, who administrates these partner bookings. Any details Keith has are again stored on a password protected system with security software.
Conrad Brunner, Mark Cull, Keith Stollery and Mel Bowden can see your booking information as administrators but can’t access or change it in any way and they are also governed by the Clubspark’s GDPR policy as administrators.
3 How long will you keep my data for?
For as long as you are a member at which point you will be deleted from our records. Alternatively, you can legally withdraw your consent for us to hold your data at any time and we will comply. This is known as your ‘right to be forgotten’. However, this may affect your active membership of the Club as you would no longer receive updates and correspondence from us.
Again, information held by Clubspark is subject to their GDPR rules.
4 Will you give my data to third parties?
No – we will only use your information to administrate Queens Park Tennis Club. At no point will be give any information we have to third parties without your express prior consent.
6 What if there’s a data breach?
In the unlikely event of a data breach, we shall ensure that our obligations under applicable data protection laws are complied with where necessary and will endeavor to inform those affected as soon as possible.
7 Who can I contact if I don’t think you’re doing enough to handle and protect our data?
You have the right to make a complaint about how we process your personal data to the Information Commissioner:
Information Commissioner’s Office
Tel: 0303 123 1113
8 Who can I talk to at Queens Park Tennis Club about this?
If you have any concerns, please contact Data Protection Officer Denise Davies on 01273 676360
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