The Oundle Music Trust runs the Oundle Cinema, the Oundle International Festival, Music in Special Places, Oundle for Organists, the Oundle Food Festival and the Oundle Box Office, which sells tickets for our own events as well as those organised by many third party event organisers.
The Oundle Music Trust is committed to protecting the privacy of those whose data we hold. We agree to treat all personal information supplied to us in accordance with the Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation.
The Oundle Music Trust maintains an electronic database of contact details and ticket information relating to those who have bought tickets for our own events and those events held by third party organisations using our Oundle Box Office services. We also hold three mailchimp email data sets (contact details for which are derived from the aforementioned electronic database), and project specific spreadsheets containing data about those who have attended Oundle for Organists courses and the Oundle Food Festival in the past.
A patron can unsubscribe from receiving our emails by using the link at the bottom of the email, or by telling us in person, using the contact details mentioned above.
Anyone receiving contact from us whose details are held on one of our project specific spreadsheets have previously given us their permission for us to hold their data, but can request that it is deleted at any time.
Preferences will be updated within 14 days of receipt.
Only upon receipt of a patron’s permission to do so will the Oundle Music Trust pass on the contact details of patrons who have bought tickets for their event to a third party event organiser.
Patrons’ data will not be sold to or shared with other bodies. In extraordinary circumstances we may disclose information when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to comply with the law or to protect our rights and those of our users.
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