Privacy Policy

This is a privacy policy for Dorchester Literacy Festival. We respect your privacy. Here is an outline of the information that Dorchester Literacy Festival gathers, how it is used, and how you can opt-out.

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please either write to us at:

Dorchester Literary Festival
Winfrith House
High Street
Winfrith Newburgh
Dorchester
Dorset
DT2 8JW
ENGLAND

or email contact@dorchesterliteraryfestival.com

Site Visits

Whenever you request a page through your browser, information is stored in a log. This information includes:

  • Your IP address (or that of your service provider)
  • Date and time
  • The address of the site from which you came (such as a search engine)

This information cannot be used to identify specific individuals. It is used for website administration, anonymous user analysis and to help develop and improve the site.

We also use Google Analytics to monitor the performance of this website and improve its effectiveness and the services we offer. Information about Google Analytics can be found here. http://www.google.com/analytics/

Cookies and E-mail Addresses

Cookies are used only for storing login and session information.

E-mail addresses and other details collected are not sold or disclosed to third parties.

 

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This Year's Events

Feedback

It is excellent that Dorchester is now on the literary map

Audience Feedback
Feedback From 2015 Festival

I did so enjoy being with you and doing my stuff. I hope to see you again, though I am so busy I don't seem to have time for writing much at present! I am
sure your festival will go from strength to strength….

Daphne Selfe
Feedback From 2016 Festival

Thanks for your warm  welcome at the festival!

A N Wilson
Feedback From 2017 Festival

Very well organised, excellent variety in terms of author and presentation. Favourite was Tony Robinson, but I also really enjoyed Julia Shaw (memory very thought provoking), Richard Dannatt (good solid start to festival) JOHN Wright (local and good humour) Alison Weir (such research and knowledge) and Victoria Hislop (novel in a different style).

Jeanne Holmes
Feedback From 2016 Festival

I very much enjoyed the events I came to at the Dorchester  Literary festival. It was all very well organised. The sessions on The Seabird's cry, Bee Quest, and The Otter's Tale were brilliant. 

Helen Austin
Feedback From 2017 Festival

All of us in the Hardy Society were very positive about 'our' first night and the subsequent events. I thought Tony's event with Rachel and Dinah worked very well with interesting conversations from the both of the women.

You and Paul must be very happy with the positive way Dorchester people are continuing to embrace the Festival, and in impressively increasing numbers. Congratulations to both of you.

Next year's dates are already in our diaries and we are looking forward to meeting up with you soon to discuss our involvement.

Mike Nixon, Thomas Hardy Society
Feedback From 2016 Festival