Privacy Notice

Under the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation, which came into force on 25th May 2018, the Corn Exchange Wallingford Ltd (CEWL) – a ‘Data Controller’ for the purposes of the GDPR – must let all of our volunteers and patrons know:

  • what our lawful basis is for using their data
  • what personal data we hold and how we use it
  • what is the source of these data
  • how long we keep the data and when we would erase it
  • that a person is entitled to see the personal data we have for them.

Lawful Basis

Volunteers information is kept on the basis of‘Legitimate Interest’ to enable the CEWL to run its business. This allows us to use a volunteer’s data in a way that they would reasonably expect us to, and which does not override their interests in any way.

Patrons details are kept to allow CEWL to provide them with an online ticketing service. We would also like to ocassionally send patrons an email with information about events at the Corn Exchange that may be of interest to them – we will only do this if a Patron has opted in to receive such emails; patrons can opt in or out of this service whenever they wish by updating their preferences or by sending a request to info@cornexchange.org.uk

Patrons’ Personal Data held by CEWL

Patrons’ personal details are entered into our online booking system which is maintained by Savoy Systems. Patrons can change and delete their details whenever they like using the online booking system.

Volunteers’ Personal Data held by CEWL

Contact details
These are provided by the volunteer concerned. CEWL will keep a list of every volunteer’s phone number(s), email address (if available) and home address (if the volunteer wishes to provide it). The information is maintained in a volunteers database (provided by www.3Rings.org.uk)

Rota Duties
Where a volunteer is a member of a rostered team, we will keep details of their rostered duties to allow statistical analysis and records for long service awards.

Use of data

Contact and rota details will be freely available to rota managers and directors of the CEWL.
No personal data are ever disclosed to any other person or organisation outside CEWL or its owner Sinodun Players, or sold for marketing purposes. All data are kept safe and secure and are used only on a strict ‘need to know’ basis.

Length of time that data are kept

All personal data for current volunteers will be held for twelve months after a volunteer leaves CEWL and then deleted.

Personal Data for patrons will be anonymised after 24 months of non-use of their account.

Right to see personal data

A volunteer/patron may request to see their personal data by emailing info@cornexchange.org.uk or by contacting one of the Directors of CEWL

Use of Cookies

Our website uses Cookies; some of these are essential, while others (such as the ones associated with GoogleAnalytics) help us to improve your experience by providing insights into how the site is being used.
CEWL uses a third party service, Google Analytics, to collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behaviour patterns. We do this to find out such things as the number of visitors to the various parts of the site. This information is only processed in a way which does not identify anyone.
Our online ticketing provider, Savoy Systems, also uses cookies to maintain session details when patrons book tickets through their service.
You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site may not work.

Data Processors

CEWL use the following data processors:

  • Savoy Systems – for the online ticketing system
  • 1&1 – for web-hosting and hosting of offical @CornExchange.Org.UK email addresses of CEWL officers and @SinodunPlayers.Org.UK Sinodun players members
  • 3Rings – a volunteer database for rota scheduing
  • Google Analytics – for statistical tracking of accesses to our web-pages
  • Cardstream – a paymet gateway for handling online card payments
  • Worldpay – an aquiring bank for receiving online card payments

Complaints

Please contact CEWL – info@cornexchange.org.uk – if you have any concerns about the protection of your data.

Everyone also has a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) if they think there is a problem with the way their data is being handled – https://ico.org.uk/.