St Paul Group of London Chapters

V∴Ill∴Bro. Dr R J R Dunstan

Inspector General St Paul Group

A Peace baby born 1946

Richard trained at Cambridge and King’s College Hospital becoming a GP at the grindstone in East Grinstead for nearly 40 satisfying and satisfactory years.  Now happily retired to indulge his passion for travel and spending time with his grandchildren, currently a cricket team aged between 2-9yrs from a stable of 4 (hopes for a rugger team now increasingly looking unlikely).  Richard is a keen gardener tending to 4 acres on the Ashdown Forest.

Initiated (proposed by his father) into the Craft in 1970 (King’s College Hospital Lodge No. 2973).  Appointed to Grand Rank, AGDC 2008 and JGD 2014.  Richard is also active in Royal Arch and a member of Knight Templar. Perfected into the Ancient and Accepted Rite in 1975 (proposed by his father), a member of McMahon Rose Croix Chapter No. 161.  Appointed Inspector General for St Paul Group in 2015.

Ill ∴Bro Paul H Muston 31˚

Group Recorder

Paul started his working life aged 16 as a Musician in the Band of the Scots Guards 1977 – 1985 and during that time travelled all over the world supporting the Regiment and Household Division, a 30-year career then followed with The John Lewis Partnership working at their Head Office in London and Paul is now enjoying retirement living in Norfolk.

Initiated into the Craft in 1991, a member of Royal Kent Lodge No. 15 .  Exalted into Royal Arch in 1996.  Advanced into the Mark Degree in 1993, a member of Mark Grand Stewards Lodge.  He served as Provincial Grand Secretary for London 2007 – 2012 and as Assistant Provincial Grand Master 2012 – 2016.

Perfected into the Ancient and Accepted Rite in 2002, a member of Connaught Army & Navy No. 185 and Clarence No. 116 Rose Croix Chapters.  Appointed Group Recorder for St Paul Group in 2013.

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Recorders Meeting 2021

The Recorders Meeting is held on the 4th Wednesday in September each year (6.30pm) at Davy’s, St James’s, Crown Passage, Pall Mall, London. SW1Y 6QY.

Annual Dinner 2022

The Group Annual Dinner will be held on 4th July 2022  (7.00pm) at Davy’s, St James’s, Crown Passage, Pall Mall, London. SW1Y 6QY. Full details will be available  in 2022.

 

Data Protection Notice 

This notice is for all members and candidates for membership of the Ancient & Accepted Rite under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council for England & Wales (‘the Order’) within the Saint Paul Group of London Chapters (‘the Group’). It applies to the processing of your personal data by the Group.

Section I sets out the purposes for which your data will be used by the Group if you are a candidate to become a member of the Order. Section II sets out the purposes for which your data will be used by the Group if you are a member of the Order.

Please note that your personal data will also be processed by your Chapter(s) and the Supreme Council for England & Wales as separate data controllers and so you are also referred to their respective Data Protection Notices.

I. Use of your data during your application to become a member of the Order

As a candidate to become a member, you consent to the processing, retention and sharing of your personal data for the purpose of assessing your membership application and any other Masonic applications you may make.

You can withdraw your consent and request erasure of your data at any time prior to joining the Order by notifying your proposer and seconder that you wish to cancel your application.

II. Use of your data after you become a member of the Order

As a member of the Order your data will be processed, retained and shared for any reasonable purposes required by the Rules of the Supreme Council for England & Wales (‘the Rules’) or the bodies it sanctions from time to time. These purposes include, but are not limited to, the following purposes:

  1. Assessing any Masonic applications you make;
  2. Registering you as a member of the Order;
  3. Receiving communications to which you are entitled as a member;
  4. Recording the progress of your career in Freemasonry; and
  5. Masonic disciplinary processes.

You may stop your data from being used by the Group by resigning from all Chapters in the Group.
The Group Recorder’s details are set out in the Year Book. Please contact the Group Recorder by post or email if you wish to:

  1. Object to the Group processing your data;
  2. Request access to your data; or
  3. Request rectification of your data.

The legal bases on which your personal data will be used in accordance with this Section II are:

  1. The legitimate interests of the Group as a not for profit membership organisation; and
  2. The fulfilment of contractual obligations owed to you by your Chapter supported by the Group.

Data Protection Policy

This data protection policy regulates how the Saint Paul Group of London Chapters processes and stores personal data of its members. It applies to all officers, members, volunteers and (if any) employees of the Group. Its purpose is to ensure that the Group complies with the law and with high data protection standards.

In this policy ‘personal data’ means any recorded information which identifies a living individual.

1. Purposes

As a membership organisation the Group processes, retains and shares personal data of members for the purposes set out in the Data Protection Notice. Where the Group employs or contracts with a member it may also process, retain and share personal data of that member for all lawful purposes related to that employment or contractual relationship.

The Group shall not collect or store personal data of members for any other purposes.

2. Appointment of a Data Protection Officer

The Group shall appoint a Data Protection Officer who will oversee compliance with data protection law and will act as a point of contact for members and the Information Commissioner’s Office (‘the ICO’). The Data Protection Officer shall normally be the Group Recorder. The Data Protection Officer will have a direct line of communication with the Inspector General and shall have, or shall undergo training to ensure that he has knowledge of data protection law and practices.

3. Members’ data rights

A member may request that the Data Protection Officer:

  1. provide him with a copy of all personal data that the Group holds about him. The Data ProtectionOfficer shall promptly provide a copy of all information required to be disclosed by law.
  2. rectify any incorrect personal data held by the Group about him. The Data Protection Officer shallpromptly consider such a request and respond to it in accordance with the law.
  3. stop the Group from some or all of its processing of his personal data. The Data Protection Officer shallpromptly consider such an objection and respond to it in accordance with the law.

4. Deletion of personal data

A member may resign from all Chapters in a Group at any time. After it has processed such resignation(s) the Group shall delete personal data that it holds about that member as set out in the Data Protection Notice.

5. Sharing data with third parties

As a membership organisation the Group shares:

  1. personal data of its members with the Supreme Council for England & Wales; and
  2. personal data of members of each Chapter in the Group with that Chapter;

as required by the Rules of the Supreme Council for England & Wales (‘the Rules’) or the bodies it sanctions from time to time. It will not share personal data of members for any other reason unless it has the consent of the relevant member.

6. Data Protection Notice

The Group shall publish a Data Protection Notice so that it is available to members. The Notice shall comply with the requirements of data protection law and among other things shall inform members how their personal data will be used by the Group and how they may contact the Group’s Data Protection Officer.

7. Data security

The Group shall periodically review the security of its records and processing activities and shall take appropriate steps to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of personal data that it holds.

8. Registration with ICO

The Group shall, if it think fit, maintain its annual registration with the ICO.

9. Reporting breaches to the Data Protection Officer

Actual or potential breaches of this policy, or of data protection law by the Group, shall be reported immediately to the Data Protection Officer. Breaches shall be reported if required by the Data Protection Officer to the ICO or to the member(s) whose data is affected. Normally the Data Protection Officer shall not report breaches without prior consultation with the Inspector General and, where appropriate, the Grand Secretary General.

Date policy adopted: 9th May 2018

Please contact the Group Recorder if you require further details.

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