Privacy Policy

Dawn Bradly Coaching
Armitage Court

Since 25th May 2018 under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) all businesses that retain personal data are required to be clear about what they retain and how it will be used. This privacy notice makes you aware of how I use your personal data.

To register you as a new customer we may process the following personal data: name, address, email address, phone number and card payment details. The lawful basis for processing this data is the performance of a contract with you. Payment via my website is through PayPal.

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If you contact me via the contact form on my website, email, social media, text or any other communication that you send I will process this data for communicating with you, for record keeping and from time to time sending you marketing material such as a newsletter or offers about my products and services. The lawful basis for this is legitimate interests.

You can opt out of receiving any further emails, texts or contact by phone by emailing me at

If you have opted-in on my website page to receive a monthly newsletter, occasional offers and services news or to receive a free offer then your data will be used to communicate with you for this reason. The lawful basis for this is consent which can be withdrawn at any time either by clicking ‘unsubscribe’ on the bottom of the email or by getting in touch at

Prior to any coaching sessions commencing I will undertake an initial call with you to decide whether we wish to work together. During this call I will need to make note of information you give, some of which is regarded as Sensitive Personal Data. This includes information about your health. If we decide to go ahead with coaching then I need your explicit consent to process and retain this information. When you submit your details, I will send you a further communication asking for you to confirm your consent to this processing. I may also make note of such data you provide in the course of your subsequent coaching with me.

To comply with my insurance contract, I must retain your personal data, including sensitive personal data for 5 years. If you are no longer a client after this time, it will be destroyed, provided it need not be retained longer in relation to an insurance claim made. All written records relating to your coaching sessions will be kept confidential and secure.

You have the right to request to see all personal data I hold about you and to request any factual errors to be corrected. You may also ask for it to be destroyed, subject to the above information regarding insurance.

I will always be transparent with you about what personal date I retain and for what purpose I will use it and you will always be able to opt out of further communications.

Dated: 1st August 2018