Data Policy

Web Privacy Statement

This privacy statement covers all websites that include ‘christmasinbournemouth.co.uk’ in the address

When you use these websites you are agreeing to this statement, and any additional statements on individual pages within those sites. We may change this information without notice, so you should revisit this page and any other relevant pages from time to time.

Data Protection
As a registered Data Controller, we will process your personal data and information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. For more information about data protection see the Independent Commissioner's Office.

Respecting your privacy
We respect your privacy. Information you provide, or that is gathered automatically, helps us monitor our service.
We treat incoming emails and forms in the same way as other communications we receive. Emails sent through the internet may not be secure. They could be intercepted and read by someone else. Please consider this before you send personal or sensitive information by email.
We aim to have a secure and reliable website, and use appropriate security technology to protect any sensitive personal data we process about you. But your use of the internet, and this website, is entirely at your own risk. We have no responsibility or liability for the security of personal information transmitted over the internet. We sometimes send emails that include personal and private information. The only person who should see an email like this is the person it’s meant for. Unsubscribe from emails
You can contact us or use the unsubscribe link in the email you have received. Other organisations
We don’t make your personal details available to other companies for marketing purposes, but we may share those details with partner organisations that we use to help deliver services. We may also share non-personal details with those organisations, for use in compiling statistics for example.
If requested we may share information with law-enforcement or government authorities, for a criminal investigation.

Cookies
Like most websites we use 'cookies' to collect anonymous statistics about how people use the site, and to help us keep it relevant for the user. Cookies 'remember' bits of information from your visit to the site.
A cookie is a simple text file that's stored on your computer or mobile device by a website's server. Only that server can retrieve or read the contents of that cookie. Each cookie is unique to your web browser. So if we put a cookie on your computer, it can't be read by any other website.

Terms and disclaimer
These terms and conditions cover www.christmasinbournemouth.co.uk and any other websites that include ‘christmasinbournemouth.co.uk’ in the address. When you use these websites you are agreeing to accept these terms and conditions, and any additional terms on individual pages within the sites. We may change this information without notice, so you should revisit this page and any other relevant pages from time to time. Copyright and use of content
The copyright and intellectual property rights of material held on the 'Christmas In Bournemouth website belong to 19ten ltd. Visitors to the 'Christmas In Bournemouth' website must not reproduce, modify, display, distribute or publish any of the copyright material in any way except for your own personal non-commercial use. Commercial use or publication of all or any part of the content of this website is strictly prohibited without prior written authorisation from 19ten ltd. Should you wish to apply for copyright clearance please contact rosie.burns@christmasinbournemouth.com.
This site is based in the UK, so the contents here reflect what is permitted in UK copyright legislation.

External links
The site includes links to other ‘external’ websites. We do not control or endorse these websites and are not responsible for their content. Disclaimer and limitation of liability We have taken all reasonable care to compile information and material on this website. But we are not responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused by any inaccuracy or error. 19ten Ltd, our suppliers and any third-parties mentioned on the site are not liable for any damages arising from the use of, or inability to use, this site, or any websites linked to this site.

Other ways we may use your details
Reasons/purposes for processing information We process personal information to enable us to promote our goods and services, to maintain our accounts and records and to support and manage our staff. Type/classes of information processed
We process information relevant to the above reasons/purposes. This may include:
personal details
family, lifestyle and social circumstances
financial details
employment and education details
goods or services provided

We also process sensitive classes of information that may include:
physical or mental health details
racial or ethnic origin
religious or other beliefs of a similar nature
trade union membership
Who the information is processed about

We process personal information about our:
employees
customers and clients
suppliers and services providers
advisers, consultants and other professional experts
complainants and enquirers

Who the information may be shared with:
We sometimes need to share the personal information we process with the individual themself and also with other organisations. Where this is necessary we are required to comply with all aspects of the Data Protection Act (DPA). What follows is a description of the types of organisations we may need to share some of the personal information we process with for one or more reasons.

Where necessary or required we share information with:
family, associates and representatives of the person whose personal data we are processing employment and recruitment agencies
current, past and prospective employers
educators and examining bodies
central government
credit reference agencies
suppliers and service providers
debt collection and tracing agencies
financial organisations

CCTV:
CCTV is used for maintaining the security of property and premises and for preventing and investigating crime, it may also be used to monitor staff when carrying out work duties. For these reasons the information processed may include visual images, personal appearance and behaviours. This information may be about staff, customers and clients, offenders and suspected offenders, members of the public and those inside, entering or in the immediate vicinity of the area under surveillance. Where necessary or required this information is shared with the data subjects themselves, employees and agents, services providers, police forces, security organisations and persons making an enquiry.

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