How to become a member.
There are two ways to gain a membership.
Firstly, you can come along to any Beat and Greet night and introduce yourself, have a tour of the building and we can go through the rules and facilities.
Secondly, you can be vouched by an existing member. This can be via PM or on the phone, but the existing member must contact us and let us know that they do indeed know you and vouch for you.
And lastly, all members may bring a guest to Twisted Towers. You can only come as a guest once, and if you want, then you can become a member either at the time or on your next visit.
What does membership give you?
Well quite simply – it allows you to come to our other events. Our Shenanigans parties, and other events that will be posted.
The only regular events that non members can come to are the Beat and Greet munches on a Tuesday.
We will also be hosting other “Get to know you” style nights on other days for those that can’t make the Tuesday events.
What do we need from you?
Well its simple, all we need is:
Your fet name
We will also need to see ID that proves you are over 18. This can be a diver’s licence, a bank card and statement, passport or a birth certificate. Citizens cards are also acceptable. If you are not sure on ID then please do get in touch.
Your ID is not copied in any way – its simply checked visually to make sure its valid and given back. The only data we will hold is the above.
By being issued with a membership card you are agreeing to the house rules.
We will NEVER contact you EVER.
After that you will be given a spiffing membership card for you to treasure.
We are ICO registered as a Data Controller (available upon request) and fully compliant with GDPR rules.
Our servers are enterprise servers and are located in the UK and are continuously backed up using R1Soft/Idera Continuous Data Protection.
All data is passed via a 256bit SSL encrypted connection which is ISO recognised.
All information is stored on a custom database which only we can access also via an encrypted password system.
Only 2 members of staff have access to the system, and this can only be done via a private wired network connection.
No data is ever stored on site.