Privacy & Cookies policy
We all give our personal data out daily – our names, contact details, or other bits of information – and most of us want to be feel sure that our data is being handled properly.
As someone who is in contact with Girlguiding Scotland, you may have given us information about yourself, like your name, or email address, or other details. Our privacy notice explains what Girlguiding Scotland does with this information – it tells you how we gather, use, disclose and manage your personal data.
We take your privacy very seriously. We aim always to be clear to you about the way Girlguiding Scotland manages data, so we make sure our privacy notice is up to date. You should read this page from time to time to check that you are happy with any changes we make.
Our privacy notice is as comprehensive as possible, but it doesn’t cover every aspect of our collection and use of personal data. Please contact us if you need more information, or have any questions about this notice. Our contact details are in the ‘get in touch’ section below.
What do: ‘Girlguiding’, Girlguiding Scotland’, ‘we’ or ‘us’ refer to?
“Girlguiding Scotland”, “Us”, “We” or “Our” refers to the registered charity The Guide Association Scotland (Scottish Charity no SC005548)
Our registered / Head office address:
16 Coates Crescent
In this notice we refer to “Girlguiding,” this is in connection to membership (GO) data. Girlguiding refers to the registered charity, The Guide Association (no. 306016 in England, Wales and Scotland. Girlguiding’s registered charity number is 306016 (England and Wales) and SC038436 (Scotland).
Get in touch with us
If you have any concerns about the Girlguiding Scotland privacy notice or about how we deal with data, or how we’ve used your data, please get in touch. Write to or email the data protection officer at:
The data protection officer
16 Coates Crescent
If your enquiry is about Girlguiding’s membership system (GO) and how they deal with data, or use your data please contact Girlguiding’s data protection team:
The data protection team
17-19 Buckingham Palace Road
You can also make a complaint to the information commissioner’s office