Privacy policy

Uproar Creative is committed to protecting your personal data and safeguarding your privacy. Our privacy policy will tell you how we collect personal data, why we collect it and what we use it for.

The policy has been prepared to meet the requirements of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation 2018) that came into effect on 25th May 2018.

If you have any concerns or queries regarding this policy, please contact us by email: hello@uproarcreative.co.uk.

By using this website you automatically consent to the processing of personal data as explained below.

Data protection

Our data processing activities are done on lawful grounds. We aim to collect data only as and when it is required to fulfil our contract with clients or suppliers. Information on data collected on an individual will always be available to that individual.

We will only store data for the period it is needed. Personal data will be treated with confidentiality and will never be passed on to a third party.

Uproar Creative does not collect or store personal data of anyone under the age of eighteen, or data relating to anyone under the age of eighteen.

What type of information do we collect?

We may collect, use and store personal data that enables us to communicate with our clients, potential clients and suppliers. This enables us to provide an efficient service to our clients.

What is personal data?

Personal data is information about an individual that can be used for identification. The information we collect can include:

  • Contact name
  • Job title
  • Company name
  • Postal address
  • Email address
  • Telephone number

We may keep a record of correspondence if you contact us.

We may also collect bank details of suppliers and clients when needed for financial transactions.

We collect information about visitors devices and software used to access this website. This can include such things as device type, web browser used, access times, referring websites and geographical location. All this information is anonymised and cannot be used to identify an individual.

How do we obtain personal data?

We will obtain personal data in the following ways:

  • Information that is provided when we make direct contact with an individual or organisation.
  • Information supplied to us from a referring person.
  • Information sent to us via the contact form on our website.

How do we use personal data?

We only use personal data when it complies with our legal contract with an individual or organisation. This will include the following circumstances:

When it is required to provide you with a service that fulfils a contract we may have with you. For example, when you commission us to carry out work for you.

When we may be in contact with you prior to a contract to discuss or send proposals or work estimates.

When we may contact you following contract completion as part of out aftercare service.

When you have opted in to receive marketing material from us, which may include email newsletters.

We may provide suppliers or partners with personal data if it is necessary to provide a service as part of a contract with you.

What is our legal basis for processing data?

Under data protection law, we must have a lawful basis for collecting and using personal data. We are required to let you know the lawful basis on which we rely to process your personal data:

  • We need to use your data to fulfil a contract we have with you. For example we may need your data to send email newsletters or create social media accounts.
  • We obtain your consent to use your data for the purpose and of informing you of our services.
  • We require your data to interact with you and fulfil financial transactions.

How do we keep your data secure?

We are committed to ensuring your data is kept secure. We communicate using secure email protocols. We do not keep data longer than is needed to provide you with a service and aftercare. We do not sell or trade personal data with any third-party organisations.

We may pass minimal data to service providers with your consent to enable us to provide a service to you as part of a contract. These operators may be outside the UK and EEA. For example, they may be providers of email newsletter systems or social media analytics. We will only do this with your consent.

Access to your information and correction

We will always allow you access to the personal data we have for you and/or your organisation. You have the right to ask us to delete this information at any time. If you wish to do so, please contact us at the address below.

Our contact details

Uproar Creative
Address: North Colchester Business Centre, 340 The Crescent, Colchester CO4 9AD
Telephone: 01206 512132
Email: hello@uproarcreative.co.uk
Website: uproarcreative.co.uk
Contact name: Camilla Sharman

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(Last updated 6.12.19)