When a Class Cocktail service is booked, basic information including a name and address (where event is taking place) is required for an occasional licence application. This is a legal requirement of a personal licence holder when serving or supplying alcohol at any occasion or event. The application is submitted to the authority where the event will take place and is made available on the licensing board web site for a required 7 days. The information requires a police check and once granted, all paper records are shredded by the licensing office and all license records are held at the authority protected server for 5 years
Class Cocktails does not store any customer details, beyond 6 months of the party booking.
No personal data is stored following an enquiry beyond the booking date enquiry whether a booking is confirmed or not. Class Cocktails destroys all paperwork with customer details within 6 months of the party booking date.
For further information on Class Cocktails services, please see www.classcocktails.com and facebook page Class Cocktails and WordPress Blog ‘Liquidicious’ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07707 873 210
If you require specific information or news about our services and events please ask. We are always happy to chat about your event.
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