English Arts Chorale

Data Privacy Statement


The English Arts Chorale Association (EACA) is the Charitable Incorporated Organisation that incorporates the English Arts Chorale. The EACA may also operate other organisations to fulfil its Objects; "to advance, improve, develop and maintain public education in, and appreciation of, the art of music in all its aspects".

Why we store your data, and what we do with it

We store contact information about our members, our customers and other people interested in or instrumental in performing our activities in databases for the purpose of informing them of future events, for the fulfilment of ticket orders and to undertake our charitable activities. We only retain contact details in line with the lawful bases as described in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

We may pass your details on to a third party for purposes directly linked to the conduct of our operations, for example to process or confirm the validity of a transaction, or to handle postal or electronic mailing. We do not sell or otherwise transfer your details to third parties who wish to use them to promote non-EACA activities.

If you have bought tickets or other products from us, we will add your details to our database so that we can send you information about future activities. You can use the form at the bottom of each page on this website to add your details to our mailing list. Before you can be added, you will be emailed to confirm your intention. You can use the links on our emails to unsubscribe or to change your preferences. If you Unsubscribe, your email address will remain on our system purely to prevent your being accidentally subscribed again. This list is only used by us or our agents to promote our own activities. Our email system is handled by MailChimp, whose servers are located outside the EU. MailChimp is certified as conforming to the GDPR under the EU/U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. You can view the relevant part of MailChimp's privacy policy here.

The EACA does not store the credit card or banking details of its customers, but we retain contact details. All on-line transactions are handled on our behalf by PayPal using their own secure servers. PayPal's Privacy Statement can found by clicking here.

When you visit this website, we collect information such as the unique (IP) address of your computer, the time of the visit, and the pages you viewed. We analyse this data in summary form, using Google Analytics, in order to help us decide how we can improve the way our website works. Your identity cannot be deduced from this summarised data.

If you have a complaint or query

If you have a complaint about the way we handle your data, in the first instance contact our Data Controller.

Further information about our obligations and your rights can be found on the website of the Information Commissioner's Office.


Approved 6th March 2019