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The server our website runs on will not remember anything about your visit after you leave. Instead, information is stored in cookies, which can be very useful.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly necessary cookies are essential to our website working properly.
They do not contain any information to identify you personally.
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Our Facebook pixel helps us with promoting the festival to people who we think might want to come.
When users visit the Beyond The Woods website, Facebook can identify the pages and content they've been most interested in, and we use these interests to help inform our promotions and festival marketing efforts.
It means that we can show you the sorts of things we think you might be interested in on social media.
Giving And Withdrawing Your Consent
You can use the controls on this page to give, or withdraw, your consent for us to use the technologies we've talked about here.
As we've mentioned, some of these functions are essential for the website to work correctly. They will be required at all times.
If you continue to use the Beyond The Woods website and choose not to exercise your ability to give or withold your consent, we will assume that you are happy for us to continue setting cookies as described above for the best possible Beyond The Woods experience.
Thanks for visiting the JoeFest Presents: Beyond The Woods ("Beyond The Woods/The Festival") website.
Beyond The Woods operates as a partnership between Joseph Davies, Tom Davies and Trefor Davies. As an independent, family-run event, we at Beyond The Woods of course take your privacy very seriously.
The purpose of this page is to explain to you where we might collect your personal data, either through beyondthewoods.co.uk (our "Website"), or at one of our gigs or festivals ("Events"). We'd also like to explain how you can exercise control of any data we might collect about you.
You can write to us at: Beyond The woods, 118 Wragby Road, Lincoln, Lincs, LN2 4PH.
If we use the terms "You/Your", we're referring to you, the person browsing our Website or attending our Events.
Information We May Collect Directly
If you choose to register for one of our mailing lists, we will collect your name and contact details via Mailchimp. You can unsubscribe at any time.
For more information about Mailchimp's privacy practices, click here.
Applying To Perform
Every year we invite artists to apply to perform at the festival. If you do decide to apply we will collect your name, email address and certain information about the act you are nominating to perform.
We will retain this information until 1st May of the year following the event for which you applied.
Competitions And Promotions
Occasionally we might run competitions, or invite you to participate in surveys or promotions. Where there is a prize attached we will collect whatever contact details are necessary for us to be able to deliver the prize, and retain them until such time as the prize has been delivered.
Should you choose to withold your details, and you are of course able to do so, we may not be able to guarantee the delivery of any prizes or rewards offered.
Information We May Collect Indirectly
When You Contact Us
If you contact us through one of our online forms, via email, on social media, in writing or via telephone we may keep a copy or record of that correspondence. Any record may include your contact details.
You can request to view any copies or records of correspondence we may hold at any time by submitting your request in writing.
Your Response To Our Messages
We may collect information on how you responded to any emails we have sent. For example, we might monitor the number of times you opened an email, or which links within it you decided to click.
Social Media And Online Posts
We might collect information based on posts or comments you share online and in the public domain, in particular to respond to your post.
You should consult any third-party platforms on their privacy practices.
Information We Receive From Third Parties
We work closely with our ticketing agent, Gigantic, in order to be able to deliver the goods or service(s) you have requested. They may give us your details in order to allow us to do so.
We may engage third-party companies to manage payment systems for festival goods or services, and they may collect information directly from you on our behalf.
How We Use Your Information
We may use your information for the following purposes:
- To provide you with your Event ticket or any other goods, services or information you have requested.
- To manage entry to our Events, including age and identity verification.
- To provide you with customer service, deal with enquiries or provide updates on the Events or services you have requested.
- To carry out market/customer research on our Website or Events.
- To allow us to monitor access to and attendance at our events, for health and safety purposes, and the purposes of complying with our commitments under the Licensing Act 2003.
- For marketing purposes. You may choose whether we may contact you for marketing purposes, and withdraw your consent at any time.
- We may use your information to enable us to enforce our legal rights, and/or to protect the rights, property or safety of our employees and/or other third parties.
Who We Might Share Your Information With
- Third party contractors or service providers, for the purposes of putting on our Events.
- Prospective purchasers of business assets who might require broad demographic information about our Events and services.
- Any other third parties for the necessary purpose of enforcing our legal rights, or the protection of rights, property or safety of our employees, or where it would be required by law.
- Any other third party you have indicated you are happy for us to share your information with.
Your Data On Third Party Sites
We may link to third-parties from our own Website; however, where we do not own or control those websites this privacy statement should not be seen to, and indeed does not, apply to them.
Securing Your Data
We will go to every reasonable effort to safeguard your data, including through restricting access to your data to instances where it is absolutely necessary, and by persons who are trained and authorised by Beyond The Woods.
As online transmission of data can be insecure, we cannot completely guarantee the security of any information you might send over the internet.
We'll retain your data securely for as long as is necessary to provide you with the goods or services you have requested, to inform our Event marketing strategy, in accordance with any legal obligations which may require it or to enforce our defend our legal rights.
Your Rights And Choices
You have the right to ask us not to use your personal data for marketing purposes, at any time.
You may request access to the information we hold about you, and ask us to correct it if you believe it to be incorrect.
Contact should be made using the details provided at the beginning of this privacy statement.
Any changes will be reflected on the Beyond The Woods Website, and will come into effect upon your first visit following the publication of information regarding the changes.