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The Ewell St. Mary's Morris Mens' video Hot Chestnuts was filmed at the Wheatsheaf.

 

Contact us

Address: 34 Kingston Road, Ewell. KT17 2AA.

Telephone: 020 8393 2879

Email: tanyamartin78@icloud.com

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Twitter: @Wheaty_Ewell

Privacy Policy

The Wheatsheaf is committed to protecting your privacy.  We take all reasonable steps to ensure that your personal data is processed safely and securely.

Data we hold
We hold the postal addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses, where given, of our businesspartners, staff and patrons.

Why we hold your data
The information we hold has been provided by you and by no other persons or organisations.  The data is solely for the purpose of contacting you by newsletter, telephone, letter or email.

The safety of your data
Your data is not and will not be included in any material posted online on our website or on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media. We will not pass your data to any third party.

How we will use your data
We use your data to deliver our newsletters, send any letters and to inform you of other events we organise.  When we contact you by e-mail, only your address and that of the sender will be visible.

Your rights
You have a number of legal rights to control what we do with your information.  For example, you can ask us to tell you what information we have about you and get a copy of it.  We will hold your data until you advise us that you no longer wish to receive information from the fund, or to be contacted by us for any reason.  In these events, your data will be deleted.

If you have any concerns, please contact our us by e-mail (wheatsheafewell@sky.com).  We aim to resolve any issues promptly but if you remain unsatisfied you should contact the Information Commissioner’s Office (ico.org.uk)