GDPR regulations make it necessary for organisations to be open about what personal data they hold on individuals.
The Spark will only hold the email address of individuals who contact The Spark or via this website. This information will only be used to contact those individuals and reply to their enquiries. This information will never be provided to third parties. The information will be held in the Contacts database which is regularly cleaned to ensure only current email addresses are held.
The Spark does not produce a newsletter, so you will not be asked to sign up to regular emails through the website.
On occasion, information may be sent to email contact about relevant events or activities. If you feel you have received inappropriate information from The Spark, please contact us through the website contact form and your information will be deleted from our Contacts. The web provider, PhD web services, does not hold the email addresses of those who contact The Spark via this form.