Data protection statement

Dulce Haigh Marshall Trust – General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The Trust receives applications for financial support for students of string instruments (violin, viola, cello and double bass) under the age of twenty-five and living in the county of Devon, Awards are made once a year, following a Trustees’ meeting in May, and are normally given towards tuition fees or the purchase of an instrument.

The application form includes:

  • Details of the applicant’s age and music examination results.
  • A teacher’s report.
  • Contact details.
  • Financial details of parents’ income, or that of the applicant if living independently.

Supplementary information about the student may also be included, though this is optional.

The information is received by the Secretary prior to the Trustees’ meeting in May, and photocopies are distributed to the Trustees.

Following the meeting one copy of all the applications is retained by the Secretary for a period not exceeding two years. All other copies are erased immediately after the meeting. Any electronic applications received by the Secretary are erased prior to the meeting.

The information will be regarded by the Trustees as strictly confidential, and in no circumstances will it be passed on to a third party.

Permission for this information to be retained by the Secretary may be withdrawn at any time by parents, or applicant if living independently.