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Norfolk County Music Festival Data Protection Policy

(Last updated 21/5/2018)

In compliance with the Data Protection Act of 1998 (enforced 25th May 2018). The Festival needs to keep certain personal data in order to run our events successfully each year. To comply with the law, information must be collected and used fairly, stored safely and not disclosed to any other person unlawfully.

How do we collect information?
When a Festival entry is made or our electronic newsletter is subscribed to we collect certain personal information.

What type of information do we hold?
The personal data we hold consists of: Name(s), Age (minors only), Address, Telephone number(s) and Email addresses.

This data will be processed lawfully, fairly, transparently, will be stored securely by the Festival Development Officer and will not be passed to any 3rd parties.

When you enter the Festival online your data is stored by our website hosts TSOHOST on a secure server, by the Development Officer in encrypted spreadsheets and backed up on an external hard drive.

If you have subscribed to our electronic newsletter, your email address will be held remotely by MailChimp on a secure server, by the Development Officer in an encrypted spreadsheet and backed up on an external hard drive.

When you enter the festival by post, your forms will be stored securely in a file and destroyed after the festival.

How long do we hold this information?

You have the right to see what data we hold on you by requesting to do so on our website or by emailing: Data will be removed within 28 days upon your request.