Eleanor ChurchillDigital Content Producer
Digital Content Producer
Digital Content Producer
Eleanor ChurchillDigital Content Producer
Nicola TaylorJunior Digital Editor
Bethany WatsonDigital Projects & Editorial Coordinator
Chris MarrDigital Editor
Jo CharltonSenior Editor
Michelle EvansDigital Assistant
Rachael BoothProject Manager
Jordan FosterMarketing Assistant
Ian MidgleyGuest Contributor
Matt JohnsonMarketing Assistant
Richard RumbleGuest Contributor
Chloe PatricksonMarketing Assistant
Alinah AzadehGuest Contributor
David WatsonHead of Digital
Matthew CopemanGuest Contributor
Pippa GardnerMonitoring & Evaluation Manager
Luke BainbridgeGuest Contributor
Tristan SharpsGuest Contributor
Nicholas OughtredGuest Contributor
Craig LazenbyGuest Contributor
Nicole MullenGuest Contributor
Josie CawdryGuest Contributor
Moira SinclairGuest Contributor
Ron CookeGuest Contributor
Altu ‘Flowrex' CollingwoodGuest Contributor
Amy FinchGuest Contributor
Temporary DCC Andy McDyerGuest Contributor
Orla BroderickGuest Contributor
Tim RixGuest Contributor
Andrew CarrickGuest Contributor
Pete StonesGuest Contributor
In this policy the following words have the following meanings:
‘Hull UK City of Culture 2017, Hull 2017, we, us’ means Hull UK City of Culture 2017 Ltd, a company limited by guarantee registered in England with number 09106231 whose registered office is Pacific Exchange, 40 High Street, Hull HU1 1PS
‘Site’ means the website accessed via www.hull2017.co.uk.
‘Ticketing Partner’ means any partner organisation with whom Hull 2017 has a ticketing services agreement in place in order to sell tickets on behalf of that organisation via www.hull2017.co.uk .
Current Ticketing Partners include:
‘Evaluation Partner’ means any individual, institution or organisation appointed by Hull 2017 to undertake evaluation or analysis using data referenced in this policy.
Current Evaluation Partners include:
All information collected will be used lawfully in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
Hull UK City of Culture 2017 takes its responsibilities under the Data Protection Act very seriously and uses its reasonable endeavours to process your data in accordance with its provisions. As well as a legal requirement, this is an important customer service issue. If at any time you believe we have contacted you inappropriately, please let us know.
What information do we gather and track, and what do we do with it?
We gather the following anonymous information in aggregate form: browser type (e.g. Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator), operating system (e.g. Windows, MacOS, Linux), IP address, and internet domain (e.g. Demon, AOL).
We use ‘cookies’ to store certain types of information each time you interact with us. Cookies enable our system to recognise your computer and allow us to see how you use our Site. For example, we track the areas of our Site you visit to see what interests you in particular, and which sites you accessed our Site from and leave our site to visit next. Your browser may allow you to stop receiving cookies, however, this may affect your ability to use the Site. If this facility is available you can usually do this from your own computer.
For more information on how to control your cookie settings and browser settings, or how to delete cookies on your hard drive, please visit www.aboutcookies.org
Information gathered on registration
In certain parts of the website, viewers are able to register to gain more information. Our registration forms request that you give us certain information which personally identifies you should you wish to receive email updates, purchase tickets for events and/or activities and/or express an interest in volunteering. From time to time, we will also collect medical / emergency contact information for those relevant events and activities.
If you register to join our email lists we will use the information that you provide to us to notify you of topics you have subscribed to receive.
Sharing data with third parties
We will not provide any of the personal information you give to us to any third party without your consent.
Hull 2017 sells tickets on behalf of Ticketing Partners. If you purchase a ticket via hull2017.co.uk or another official Hull 2017 ticketing channel we may be required to share an element of your personal data with a Ticketing Partner in order for them to allocate your ticket and/or seat to a customer record in their system to fulfil your purchase.
This operational data will be limited to:
Only if you opt-in to receive marketing information from Hull 2017 and our Partners will your full customer record be shared by Hull 2017 with a Ticketing Partner.
All anonymous data relating to an Event sold by Hull 2017 on behalf of a Ticketing Partner will be shared with that Ticketing Partner for the sole purpose of evaluation and analysis. This will take place at least quarterly.
If you have given us your consent to use your data for marketing purposes you may later withdraw it by using ‘Manage Your Preferences / Account’ link in the footer of all our email marketing correspondence.
If you have previously consented to sharing marketing data with Hull 2017 and a Ticketing Partner of Hull 2017 (for whom you have purchased a ticket to one of the Events) you will also be required to notify that Ticketing Partner directly via your Customer Account on their system.
International transfer of information
All your personal information is sent to us via the Internet. Because the Internet infrastructure is global and it is not possible to predict the routes that information sent over the Internet will take, the information you provide may be transferred temporarily via a route which takes it outside the European Economic Area as it passes between you and us.
In addition any of the personal information which you sent to us may be transmitted by us from one computer under our control to another such computer. Where your data is transmitted in this way we cannot guarantee the route that it takes and it may be sent outside the European Economic Area.
Sale or transfer of business and / or business activities
In the event that we agree to transfer all or any part of our business to a third party, we may transfer any of your personal information that we hold to that third party.
In doing so, we may disclose your private information to any member of our group of companies from time-to-time (i.e. any subsidiary, holding company or subsidiary of such holding company, as such terms are defined in Section 736 of the Companies Act 1985 and any company in common ownership with us), as well as any statutory or charitable body that may be established in connection with the legacy of Hull 2017.
Apart from the purposes described above, we shall only use the private information that you provide to us for the purposes described at the point of collection or for the purposes that are otherwise legally permitted.
Deleting data held about you
It is our policy not to hold personal data about you for any longer than is necessary to enable processing for the purposes for which that the personal data was obtained.
Hull UK City of Culture 2017 is committed to the security of users’ personal information and we have security procedures in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information under our control. We have security measures in place to protect our user database and access to this database is restricted internally.
Links to third party sites
Our site contains links to other sites. Hull UK City of Culture 2017 is not responsible for the privacy practices, or the content of those websites. If you have followed a link from our Site to another website, you may then be supplying data directly to a third party yourself.
Changes to your personal information
Contained within the footer of all our email correspondence is a ‘Manage Your Preferences / Account’ link. You can use this to update your details at any time.
Where can I request a copy of the personal information held about me by Hull UK City of Culture 2017?
Please contact Hull UK City of Culture 2017 on email@example.com
Information relating to volunteers and potential volunteers
We may collect personal information from you when you submit information about volunteering or becoming a potential volunteer. This personal information may include but is not limited to the following information about you:
We may also ask for or collect some non-personal information from you. Your personal information will only be used by us to:
Any personal information that you provide when you register your interest in becoming a volunteer may be shared with third parties, including but not limited to:
By disagreeing you will no longer have access to our site and will be logged out.
Your account will be closed and all data will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. Are you sure?