Welcome to the Archbishop Abbot's Exhibition Foundation
Privacy Statement of the Archbishops Abbots Exhibition Foundation
This privacy statement explains how personal information is collected, used and disclosed by the Archbishop Abbots Exhibition Foundation (AAEF).
This policy applies to visitors or users of the website or approaches made directly to the foundation by individuals or institutions on behalf of individuals. The clerk to the AAEF is the controller of the personal data that you provide to the foundation. It is only used to collect basic personal data about you which does not include any special types of information or location based information. This does however include name, address, phone number and financial details.
Why we need your data
We need to know your basic personal data in order to assess your eligibility for a grant that you have applied for and to provide organisational updates and funding information in line with the objections of the foundation. We will not collect any personal data from you that we do not need in order to provide and oversee this service to you. Our lawful basis of processing your personal information is on the basis of your consent for us to deal with your data to process your application.
What we do with your data
All personal data is processed by the data controller who is the clerk to the foundation. However, for the purposes of IT hosting and maintenance this information is located on servers outside the United Kingdom. No third parties have access to your personal data unless the law allows them to do so.
We have a data protection regime in place to oversee the effective and secure processing of your personal data.
How long we keep your data
We will keep your data and your data will be retained for a minimum period of three years unless otherwise agreed with you, after which time it will be destroyed. Your information that we process to conduct the services we provide will be retained for at least 6 months after the course to which the grant has been applied has been completed. We do not use your information for marketing purposes.
You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
Cookies are small bits of computer code and stored on your hard drive, so that the AAEF recognises you when you next visit. They help our website to work well and determine what web content is popular and how people are using our site, known as analytic cookies. This information is anonymous and not shared with anyone else.
How do we Protect your personal information
We take appropriate measures to ensure that the information disclosed to us is kept secure, accurate and up to date and kept only for as long as it is necessary for the purposes for which it is used. Where your data is no longer required we will ensure that it is disposed of securely.
By providing us with personal data, your consent to the collection and use of that information in accordance with the arrangements described in this privacy statement.
If you are applying for the first time, or behalf of another individual usually it's best to use the Quick Apply form.
If you have received an indication that a full application is appropriate and that you may qualify then please follow the procedure below.
How to make a Full Application
1. Complete the Applicant form
This form is for the applicant or where appropriate the applicants guardian of parent to complete.
2. Complete the Parent/Guardian Form
This form is for the parents or guardian to complete.
3. Once you have filled out the forms;
Good luck and thank you for visiting our website. We will normally reply withing 5 working days.
Why was the Foundation needed?
Josh was an apprentice carpenter who obtained City and Guilds and wanted to go on to specialise in boat building. He wanted to improve his skills into a specialist area. Although Josh qualified in terms of location, he also qualified as he clearly need assistance to improve his opportunity and help him improve his confidence.
How did we help?
Josh and his parents identified a specialist college where Josh could learn the skills that were needed to develop his craft. As grants are not always available this type of course Josh was looking for financial support to help him attend the college.
How did Josh get on?
Josh was able to attend the course and was given given an opportunity to be successful and feel valued in his chosen career path.
If you would like to assist with the Charity, have any ideas of how we can do things better, or would like to apply to become a Trustee, then please contact the Clerk of the charity by email as follows;
c/o The Archbishop Abbotts Education Foundation
The Archbishop Abbot's Exhibition Foundation is made up of seven Trustees and a Clerk, Richard Middlehurst. All enquiries will initially be reviewed by the Clerk, Richard.
Chairman - Richard Hemingway
Richard is a retired solicitor from private practice in Guildford, but still maintains contact with some of his clients. He specialises in trust work and in care for the elderly. He has 3 grown up children, all of whom were educated in the Guildford area. He has been a trustee of the Foundation for many years, being the Representative appointed by the Bishop of Guildford. He currently chairs meetings of the Trustees.
Clerk - Richard Middlehurst
Through more than 21 years in Guildford practice, Richard has established an outstanding reputation for his work in family law and disputes arising from relationship breakdown. Richard has two grown up children and lives in the Bookham area and has a particular interest in the history of the Somme. As a Clerk of the Foundation, Richard is responsible for the day to day administering of the charity.
Councillor Iseult Roche
Applications need to be with the Clerk by the end of the month preceeding the meeting. It is possible that applications could be considered as emergencies between these times.