Privacy Terms

Privacy Policy
Privacy Notice and Data Protection Policy
Becca Clegg takes privacy and data protection very seriously, following strict rules on keeping data to ensure that they meet GDPR regulations and the Data Protection Act.
This information sets out how Becca Clegg uses and protects information that is given to her, for those interested in her paintings and attendees at her art workshops, for example when paintings are purchased from the website, or children (or adults) attend classes or people make enquiries. In the following sections Becca Clegg will be referred to as "BEC-Art".
Overview
BEC-Art will look after any personal information that is shared with them.
BEC-Art will ensure that personal information is only used if an individual has previously told us that they are happy for us to do so. If a person wishes to opt out of being contacted, BEC-Art will make it very easy and will never release information to organisations outside BEC-Art for their marketing purposes.
Personal Data
BEC-Art collects information about individuals when they register/attend BEC-Art classes or place an order for paintings or prints or cards through the online shop.
Any personal information provided via the website or Enrolment Forms for classes, such as names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses, will not be sold on for any marketing purposes.
Personal data collected for one purpose is not subsequently used for another without the individual’s consent.
How Data is Used
Information is collected, for example on enrolment forms or when orders are processed. If someone has agreed to be contacted BEC-Art may, periodically, send promotional emails such as newsletters, information on new products, classes and other BEC-Art opportunities and developments. BEC-Art uses the information on Enrolment form to help keep children sae while in the classes and to contact parents as and when necessary.
BEC-Art uses Mailchimp to send some information out. For further information on Mailchimp they can be emailed at privacy@mailchimp.com or via their website: https://mailchimp.com/ It is easy to unsubscribe from any newletters simply by clicking the "unsubscribe" button at the bottom of any newsletters, or reply to BEC-Art and we can unsubscribe you.
Security
BEC-Art takes all reasonable care to safeguard personal information, it is committed to ensuring information is secure.
BEC-Art stores paper copies of enrolments in the filing for the BEC-Art classes and has visitor and mailing list books. Lists are also stored in Mailchimp (see above) and in a file on one PC which has the relevant anti-virus software and firewall security. The PC is used solely by, or in the presence of, Becca Clegg. BEC-Art have compiled a list of which companies BEC-Art uses in which data is processed. BEC-Art can make the list available to those persons who are on BEC-Art's mailing list wishing to see the list given prior notice.
BEC-Art has implemented appropriate physical, technical and organisational measures to protect personal information. Great care is taken to ensure that data cannot be accessed or viewed by anyone not authorised to do so.
BEC-Art only keeps your information as long as is reasonable and necessary. Only relevant and necessary information is stored. BEC-Art will destroy information when it is no longer necessary to keep it (For legal reasons BEC-Art holds files on art workshop attendees for the number of years stipulated. After such time they will be shredded and disposed of).
Any debit or credit card details received on the website, or by credit card payments are passed securely through Paypal, the payment processing partner, who also have data protection policies. https://paypal.com/
• The information BEC-Art holds is always kept in-house and NEVER sold on.
• BEC-Art only uses the information for news, products, events and workshops.
Request for Information
If you would like a copy of the information held about you, please write, with ID, to:
Becca Clegg
BEC-Art
8 Sells Close
Guildford,
Surrey,
GU1 3JY
It is important that personal information is accurate and up-to-date. If you believe it to be inaccurate or out-of-date, please inform BEC-Art.
Changes to our Privacy Notice
BEC-Art keeps their privacy notice under regular review and will place any updates on this page. This privacy notice has been compiled in May 2018.

Terms & Conditions
1. Definitions
- By using our web site, or by purchasing anything from us, you agree to be bound by our terms and conditions
- If you are under 18 years of age you may not purchase goods from us
- ‘’Carrier’’ refers to anybody contracted by ourselves to deliver goods from us to you
- ‘’Our Website’’ is all of the computing hardware and software that makes up our site
- ‘’Goods’’ refers to anything we are selling on our website
- ‘’Content’’ refers to any information on our site, published by us

2. The contract between us and you the purchaser
- Goods advertised may sometimes be unavailable
- Your order will be accepted by confirmation email. The email will also confirm details of your order, and dispatch date. This is when our contract with you is made. Prices may increase from those posted on our site
- Terms may change. The terms that apply to you are those here on our site on the day you place your order
- All descriptions of the goods are given by us to the best of our ability and may not be accurate. The colour representation may be distorted by various monitors & screens. Whilst we do our utmost to display and describe the paintings & cards accurately errors or omissions may occur to these & we cannot be held responsible for these. Therefore any such description does not form part of this agreement
- If any of the goods you order are unavailable you may be offered alternatives prior to us dispatching your order. In this event you can:
- Accept the alternatives
- Cancel the order
- Tell us to just omit the item which is out of stock
- If you are owed money by us for this or any other reason, your paypal account will be credited as soon as practicable, but no later than 30 days from the order date

3. Your information
- You must supply us with accurate and up to date information about yourself, to enable us to deliver your goods
- We will try to respond to any dissatisfaction you have, as long as you contact us within three months of your purchase

4. Price and Payment
- The full price of your order must be paid before we can dispatch any part of it. At the current time we will not sell items to destinations outside the Uinted Kingdom. If in the future this changes you will be responsible for any charges relating to a payment made in a currency other than pounds sterling & any details we give regarding exchange rates are only approximate and may vary. If a purchase is made on the website for items to be sent outside the UK the payment will be refunded in full & the items will not be sent. Please use the contacts page of this website to discuss terms if you wish an item to be delivered outside the UK.

5. Delivery
- The carrier will deliver to the address given in your order. Someone must be there to accept the delivery
- If we are unable to make delivery within 30 days of your order date, you will be notified by email to arrange another delivery date
- The goods may be delivered in installments if not all the goods are available at the same time

6. Returns and Refunds
- You are buying goods by mail order, and you therefore may have a right of cancellation. If you do, the following terms apply;
- Any correspondence about the return of goods will be between you and us
- If you wish to cancel, you must inform us within 14 days of the receipt of your goods
- You may not cancel orders for specially commissioned goods
- The goods must be returned to ourselves within 21 days with both goods and packaging undamaged
- The goods must be securely wrapped and include our delivery slip
- The goods are returned at your risk and cost
- When we receive the goods we will credit your debit or credit card with the full purchase price excluding postage
- If the goods are not returned you are liable to us for the cost
- We are not obligated to collect goods from you, but if we do, you must pay the costs

7. Disclaimers
- We may make changes to our web site, the contents of the site, or the goods, at any time without prior notice
- Content may include technical inaccuracies
- We reserve the right to refuse any order for whatsoever reason
- We give no warranty as to;
- The adequacy of the goods for your purpose
- The truth of any information on our website
- Any implied warranty or fitness of goods for a particular purpose
- Our liability in any claim against us is limited to the value of the goods purchased

8. Property Rights and Content
- Title and ownership rights shall remain the sole property of us
- You may not copy, reproduce, modify, or in any way exploit any of the content
- Content may be copied or downloaded only for your own personal use

9. System Security
- You agree that you will not violate any aspect of the installation’s security
- You will not modify, copy or damage any part of our web site or any software used on it
- Any such violation is unlawful, and may result in criminal prosecution
- Violation means accessing data without consent, or breaching security
- You may not attempt to interfere with service to any user
- You must not take any action to obtain goods that you are not entitled to

10. Contractual Limitations
- When goods are provided without a charge, they are not to be associated with any service for which a charge is made. There is, therefore, no obligation on us in respect of such goods

11. Rights of third parties
- Nothing in this agreement or on our web site shall confer on any third party any benefit under the provision of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999

12. Indemnity
- You agree to indemnify us against any claim, including lawyers’ fees, made by a third party, arising in any way from your use of our web site, or any infringement by you, or by any other person using your computer, of any intellectual property or other right of any person

13. Severability
- If any of these terms is held by jurisdiction to be void, invalid or unenforceable, then it would be changed to the minimum extent necessary to bring it within the laws of that jurisdiction and will not affect any other of these terms

14. Force majeure
- We will not be liable for a breach of our obligations arising from something beyond our reasonable control, for example, strikes of our employees

15. Dispute Resolutions
- In the event of any dispute arising from these terms, or any contract between you and us, you will attempt to settle such dispute with us in a process of mediation, before commencing litigation

16. Governing Law
- This agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the law of England only

17. Privacy Policy
- See above