[Edmonton County School Old Scholars' Association]

What's new?

11th Sep 2018
Dave Day writes, with his Chairman / Treasurer hat on:

Since the Newsletter is published on the ECSOSA website, it is freely available to be read by anyone who logs on. Quite a few non-members read it and comment and submit articles to the editors which are published without prejudice and, although we do not wish to discourage them, it would be good if they would join the Association and pay some subs since our funds are slowly diminishing. The application form and prices are posted on the website. If you are not a member of the Association can we persuade you to contribute? It is not exactly prohibitive! With the Centenary Celebrations approaching all donations to help with expenses will be gratefully accepted.

11th Sep 2018
The September edition of the ECSOSA newsletter is now available on the website and leads on the school centenary early next year.

16th Jul 2018
You may experience some disruption to the ECSOSA website and forwarding of e-mail to ecsosa.org.uk addresses over the next day or so (I'm writing this at lunchtime on Monday 16th July). To cut a long story short I am messing about with stuff behind the scenes and sometimes things take a while to catch up. Other times things race through unexpectedly and it is me trying to catch up.
31st May 2018
The June edition (also known as the Summer edition*) of the ECSOSA newsletter is now available on the website.

* By me. When I first started on the website the newsletter carried seasonal edition names and I've not changed with the times.

Those of you who receive the newsletter by post or e-mail will notice that it has a couple of friends that are GDPR related. One is basically the privacy policy that clarifies how information about the membership is held. The other is a form for you to return. It shows the information currently held on you so you can correct any errors, and asks for consent for the use of the information in certain ways.

I know that 'consent' is probably not necessary for the uses ECSOSA makes of personal information. It doesn't do any harm to ask though. Also ECSOSA is 95 years old so there has to be the possibility that some of the information held wasn't gathered in a demonstrably GDPR compliant fashion. So I think Dave has taken the sensible route here.

6th Mar 2018
The March 2018 edition of the Association newsletter is now available from the website.

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