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Who is Friday Afternoons?
Friday Afternoons is a singing project and collection of resources run by Snape Maltings, a charity (Registered Charity No. 261383) which was known as Aldeburgh Music until December 2016. Friday Afternoons is funded by Arts Council England as well as various trusts, foundations, businesses and individual donors. It is based at the collection of former industrial buildings also called Snape Maltings in Snape, Suffolk IP17 1SP.
What data do we collect and how?
We collects personal data when you register to use the Friday Afternoons website, when you apply to take part in projects, and when you contact us. We will store and process any personal data you provide us with along with a history of inbound and outbound communications and whether you opened them or clicked any links.
How do we use your data?
There are two bases under which we process your data:
We’ll use your personal data to create a user account on the Friday Afternoons site. You use this account in order to access the resources that we create a host there. If you ask us to stop processing or delete your information you will not be able to access the resources on the website unless you register again.
Legitimate business interests
We collect and process your personal data for purposes that are in our legitimate organisational interests. We process your data in order to inform you of events, products and services relevant to the Friday Afternoons project which we believe you will be interested in; to invite voluntary participation in research or surveys; to personalise our online services; and for
administrative purposes such as accounting. We will always consider your right to privacy and ensure that our use of data is
We process some data we hold anonymously (for example, the number of people who accessed certain songs) to report to the project’s funders and help us plan our future activity.
What choices do I have about how my data is used?
You have the right to object to any of this processing, with the restrictions noted earlier about contractual processing.
You may opt out of receiving information from us by e-mail using the unsubscribe link in our marketing emails.
You may request a copy of the information held about you by us.
You may request that we amend the data we hold about you. We reserve the right to verify that any requested amendments are accurate.
You may request that we delete your data but where we are required to maintain the integrity of our records we may choose to anonymise your data instead. If you would like to suppress all contact from us we will need to keep limited personal data in order to comply with this request.
To exercise your choices, indicate your wishes at the point of our collection or get in touch with us using the contact details at the bottom of this page.
Where do we process data?
Snape Maltings and its subsidiaries process data at our registered offices and (under contract) at the sites of data processors and third parties appointed by us. Examples of third party data processors used by Friday Afternoons our email delivery system and our online analytics software.
We apply UK data protection law to our processing and instruct all third parties to do the same.
How do we keep data secure?
We take appropriate steps to maintain our contact information in a secure environment to prevent unauthorised use. Our
processors are bound by contract to do the same.
What happens when I follow links from the Friday Afternoons website?
If you follow links to other websites from our website your data will be subject to the privacy policies of those sites. You should refer to these policies before providing your data. Friday Afternoons and Snape Maltings has no control over the content of other websites.
Who should I contact if I have some concerns or complaints?
In the first instance please contact us using the contact details at the bottom of this page. If you are not happy with our response, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, The Information Commissioner’s Office.
What if my data falls into a special category?
Data Protection law recognises that certain categories of personal information are more sensitive such as health information, race, religious beliefs and political opinions. We do not collect this type of information without your consent.
What happens when this policy changes?
Our contact details
If would like to contact us about your data or to exercise any of your rights detailed above, please email us on email@example.com or call 01728 687100.