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GDPR Compliant Privacy Notice 

  • Who We Are – Lifes Seasons Celebrancy

  • Information We Collect – We collect personal data including phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth and other personal information which could be used to identify you. The Website may collect and store Cookies which you can disable in your browser

  • How We Use Your Personal Data – Your data is only collected to allow us to operate as a Celebrant on your behalf. We will never disclose, share or sell your data without your consent, (unless required to do so by law).

    The purposes and reasons for processing your personal data are detailed below: –

We collect your personal data in the performance of a contract, to provide a service to you and to ensure that we are able to fulfill our service to you to the highest standards possible.

We also collect and store your personal data as part of our legal obligation for business accounting and tax purposes.

  • Data Subject’s Rights – You have the right to see what data we hold on you. To see this please email:

  • Sharing and Disclosing Your Personal Information – Your information may be shared with other third party businesses that are directly related to the fulfilment of our contract with you. Examples include but are not limited to Funeral Directors/Arrangers, Crematoriums, Printers, Music/Media Suppliers.

  • Safeguarding Measures – Once our contract with you is completed and our tax liability for that year settled, your data will be deleted. Electronically this means files are deleted and every Month our hard disc is cleaned. Hard copies containing identifiable information are shredded.

  • How Long We Keep Your Data – Your Data is kept until our Tax Liability for that year is settled.

  • Source Data may be collected from a number of sources which include but are not limited to The Client, Funeral Directors/Arrangers, Crematoriums, Printers, Music/Media Suppliers.

  • Consent – Consent is initially implied by your interaction with the Funeral director/Arranger. Implicit consent is given on the signing of a GDPR document at our first meeting.

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