- Name of service - Public Health
- Directorate - Public Health Reform
- Date of issue - 10 March 2022
- Date of current version - 10 March 2022
- Review date - 10 March 2024
The reasons why we use your personal data
This privacy notice applies to Public Health, which seeks to undertake a countywide survey on the theme of hope.
What processing of personal data is undertaken by the service?
Your preferences and opinions on what hope means to you are being collected to assist Public Health design and develop related events, including workshops, across the county.
Personal data will be obtained online or in person from those individuals who wish to participate on their own or with others in activities and related events.
Aggregated results may be shared at an anonymous level to contribute towards future wellbeing strategies.
What Information do we collect?
In order to contact you we will collect:
- Post code
- Email address
- Phone number
We collect your expressions and opinions relating to the theme of hope on an anonymised basis unless you choose to share your name and contact details.
An ID survey number is generated and disclosed to you on completion of the survey in case you have an enquiry and wish to get in touch with the project team about your response.
How we are allowed to use your personal data
To process your personal data, we will explain to you what we are asking you to agree to and why. If we have consent to use your personal data, you have the right to remove it at any time. If you want to remove your consent, please contact us at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org and we will deal with your request.
Who we share your personal data with
Your personal information is only shared within the HOPE Project Team at Surrey County Council and with community partners, who will be organising events, if you have agreed to be contacted about participating in any of the HOPE project activities or similar future wellbeing events.
Retention of data
Anonymised data will be retained for potential future wellbeing strategies. Contact details for HOPE project activities will be retained for one year.
For further information on our privacy notices, please see information and privacy.