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Streetbeat Disco is committed to safeguarding your privacy, while providing a high quality of service. We will treat all your data as confidential. Your details will not be disclosed to a 3rd party without your direct consent or requirement by law.
Who are we?
Streetbeat Disco is a small company based in Devon within the United Kingdom. It is privately owned and operated by Gary Carter. You can contact us by telephone 01392 469138 or via our website: www.streetbeatdisco.co.uk.
Personal data collect and why?
We do not automatically collect any personally identifiable information. You can optionally supply such information via one of our website forms or by including it in other forms of communication with us (such as email, telephone, etc.).
To enable us to provide answers to questions, quotations or to take bookings for our services, we need to collect and retain certain personal and non-personal information, including:
- Your name
- Your address
- Your telephone number(s)
- Your email address
- Names of key people at the event; such as the names of the bride and groom for example.
- Venue name & address
- Venue telephone number
- Type of event (wedding, 30th birthday, etc.)
- Times of the event
- Plus other event specific information
If you leave comments on our site we collect the data shown in the comments form, your IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
If you send us communication we may wish to include on our site, such as a thank you letter, we shall request your permission first.
We may contact you by email, text, telephone, post or other agreed means to keep you up to date about our products and services.
You will only receive marketing communication from us if you have ‘opted-in’ via our online form or have asked specifically to be included by another means of communication.
You may change your marketing preferences at any time by calling 01392 469138 or by sending an email to:
How long we retain your data
Due to the nature of our business and the possibility of repeat bookings we hold the data you supply indefinitely.
All account data is held on our own password protected computers and backed up via Livedrive to their UK based servers using military grade AES-256 encryption. All files are encrypted before leaving our computers and remain encrypted at Livedrive’s secure data centres. For more information about the way in which Livedrive handles data please visit: http://www.livedrive.com/privacy-
Other data such as reviews and testimonials are stored on the service to which you provided the data and (with your permission) may also be copied to this website. A backup of which will be stored on our web hosts servers and on our backup service.
Emails we receive are retained for up to 4 years after the date they were sent or after the date in which the contact has been fulfilled.
What rights you have over your data
If you have an account on our site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us.
You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
Streetbeat Disco is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk.
All order fulfilment, returns, payment and account information (including cookies) in relation to any shop order placed via our site is dealt with by Amazon and comes under their trading agreements and privacy terms.
What is a cookie?
A ‘cookie’ is the name given to a file stored on a user’s computer (or device) by a website. This file is used to store information relevant to your browsing of that site. For example; if you had items in a shopping cart and closed your browser, the next time you visit that site your items would still be in your cart.
Essentially the purpose of these ‘cookies’ is to help websites make your browsing experience a smooth and enjoyable one.
If you’d like to read more about cookies and their use, follow this link:
0.1 “the customer” is the person, organisation, firm, corporate or public body hiring the disco. Any person purporting to act on behalf of the customer shall be bound by these terms of business.
0.2 “the booking” is the communication by phone, in person or by written request for the disco to perform in accordance with the details and times agreed upon therein.
0.3 “the agreement date” is the date on which the booking by the customer takes place.
0.4 “the event date” is the date upon which the disco is booked to perform.
0.5 “the disco” is the company and or person(s) and the equipment supplied to perform.
0.6 “the venue” is the place or building where the event is to be held.
1. ENTERTAINMENT HIRE
1.1 Streetbeat Disco shall supply entertainment as per the booking details, either directly, or by sub-
1.2 All bookings are accepted at our discretion.
1.3 We do not take provisional bookings.
1.4 If required, any extra or special equipment can usually be hired at an agreed extra cost to the customer.
1.5 By mutual agreement between the customer, the disco, and the venue management, the agreed finishing time may be extended. But only in accordance with licensing laws. The extended finishing time will incur an agreed extra cost to the customer. The disco’s decision to extend the finishing time is final.
1.6 All bookings are made in accordance with Streetbeat Disco’s Terms of Business.
2. THE VENUE
2.1 PPL/PRS licences are, in most cases, required to play music legally in public. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure correct licensing is in place for their event.
NB. These licenses are not required for a private event that is closed to the public.
For more information please visit the PRS and PPL websites:
2.2 The venue must have an adequate mains power supply of 230V@50Hz available on 32Amp ring mains. Depending on the equipment used, one to four 13amp wall sockets, located within 10 metres from the disco setup area will be required. If the wall sockets are located further than this please call to arrange additional cable hire.
Strict requirements are in place if power is supplied by a generator. Please call for details.
2.3 Parking & vehicle access to the venue is required. Reasonable access to the setup area is required. You must inform us of any possible access issues including, but not limited to; ‘parking & loading restrictions’, ‘limited widths, heights & weights’, ‘steps & steep gradients’ and ‘up/downstairs venue’ at the time of booking. The disco retains the right not to setup/perform should the access be considered unreasonable. (Term Ref. 3.5)
2.4 The disco has the right to refuse to setup or stop a performance if it is felt that there is danger of damage to equipment, to personal safety, or to the safety of others. (Term Ref. 3.5)
3. CANCELLATIONS & PAYMENT
3.1 The terms of the booking agreement may not be modified except by mutual consent, in writing and signed by both the customer and the disco.
3.2 The customer may cancel any booking free of charge within 14 days of the agreement date.
3.3 Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to the event date will result in payment in full upon demand.
3.4 Failure to communicate a cancellation to Streetbeat Disco will result in payment in full upon demand.
3.5 Refusal to perform by the disco due to breach of any of these conditions will result in payment in full upon demand.
3.6 Payments are to be made by cash, by cheque (payable to: Mr. G. Carter) or by BACS.
3.7 A minimum booking fee of £50 is required to secure your event date. This payment is required within 14 days of the agreement date. Booking fees are non-refundable (except 3.2) and cannot be transferred between dates. Any outstanding balance must be paid in full on, or prior to, the event date.
3.8 Late payment will be charged at the UK base rate plus 8%, plus the relevant statutory compensation as per “The Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998”, as amended and supplemented by the “Late Payments of Commercial Debts Regulations 2002”.
4.1 The customer accepts full responsibility for the actions of all persons in attendance at the event (other than the disco staff) which may result in loss or damage to equipment, and/or injury to person(s)
4.2 The customer accepts full liability for all equipment supplied by Streetbeat or by a third party for the event, which has been damaged, lost or stolen.
4.3 All subsequent hire charges to Streetbeat as a result of damaged and/or stolen equipment, and/or injury to person(s) (as in term 4.1 and/or term 4.2) shall be the customer’s liability.
4.4 Any loss of earnings by Streetbeat, disco staff or a third party as a result of damaged and/or stolen equipment and/or injury to person(s) (as in term 4.1 and/or term 4.2) will be the customer’s liability.
4.5 Any subsequent charges to Streetbeat from a third party due to damage, theft or loss will be the customer’s liability.
5.1 Streetbeat Disco reserves the right to change these terms of business, equipment & services we supply or company specification without notice.
5.2 The amount and type of equipment used at the event should be as agreed at time of booking. However, due to limiting factors such as the venue size, safety and other considerations, it remains the sole choice of the disco supplied to determine what equipment is to be used.
5.3 The customer agrees to accept these terms of business upon signing the booking agreement form. All terms must be adhered to unless otherwise arranged and agreed in writing.
The following effect machines are regularly used within disco environments. Although problems arising from the use of these machines are extremely rare, we advise, that if you know of, or suspect that a person or persons may be at risk from the use of such equipment, you should inform the disco staff immediately, so that the use of that equipment may be reduced or stopped.
The use of smoke machines may cause irritation to sufferers of severe respiratory disorders.
Bubble & Snow Machines
The use of these machines may cause skin or eye irritations and may cause discolouration or damage to some fabrics. Some floor surfaces may become slippery for a short period immediately after use.
The use of strobe lighting may cause some people to experience disorientation and possibly epileptic seizures.
Moving & Flashing Lights
The use of lighting that flashes or moves may cause some people to experience disorientation and in extreme cases epileptic seizures.
As part of our compliance with the electricity at work regulation 1989 we perform regular formal visual inspections and annual PAT testing of all our mains electrical equipment.
The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps prevent unsuitable people working with vulnerable groups, including children. It replaces the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).
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