I knew Fenella Fielding’s death was in the offing as I’d read about her stroke a few days ago. I am very sad as she was always part of my life even though we didn’t know each other well. She and my mother, Benedicta Leigh, were friends at RADA in the late 1940s and they kept in touch, albeit sporadically. I used to be very taken with Fenella’s Christmas card every year in which she was careful to include the names of my brother and myself — I always noticed the people who didn’t! It was not necessarily the picture on the card that took my fancy but the fact that my parents knew someone with such an exotic name and such an expansive signature, or so it seemed to me! I had clearly not realised at this stage that my mother’s name was fairly exotic and unusual.
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I emailed Morwena Edwards, Corporate Director of Social Services, on the 19th March, 2018.
“We are also concerned that you have been aware of a Data Breach by your Department for nearly a year and no-one from the Council has been in contact with us. The Investigator has been provided with evidence of the Data Breach and she says so in her Report”.
On the 29th March, we attended a meeting with an Information Manager at Gwynedd Council regarding us being given the names of children receiving services from the Council and Youth Justice team and to find out who censored our personal information (SAR) and whether the redactions were legal.
Copies of the names and local school that had been released by the department were presented to the Manager.
On the 22nd May, we had to return for another meeting as the Manager did not answer the questions in…
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