Under the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Quarriers has a legal responsibility to make sure we manage information sensitively and securely.
To ensure sensitive information is only viewed by the relevant person, the Aftercare Team is required to check your proof of identity. We will request two forms of identification – one item must be photographic, and the other being proof of your current address. Examples of photographic ID include passport, driving licence or disabled drivers badge. Proof of current address may include recent utility bills or bank statements.
Further checks may be required for deceased relative’s records. If the deceased relative would have been under 100 years old, we will require a copy of their death certificate. If the person’s date of birth was more than 100 years ago, we can release their records without a death certificate.
Once all checks have been undertaken, we can produce a records pack for you. This can take up to one month to complete.
The records we are able to check and provide (subject to availability) for former residents include:
- History Book entry
- Scroll Diary entry
- Quarriers Village History Book entry
- Admission form
- Photograph of cottage that they lived in (subject to availability)
- Passenger List entry (Canada Only)
There is a charge of £60 to obtain records of a deceased relative.