The Crucible and Lyceum Arts Council Funding Application

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Dear Arts Council England,

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act.

Could you provide me with the most recent funding applications made by The Crucible (Sheffield) and the Lyceum (Sheffield), I believe these to be the applications from 2015-2018.

Please include copies of material which you hold in the form of paper and electronic records.

Yours faithfully,
Amy Daniels.

FOI, Arts Council England

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Dear Amy,

 

Thank you for your request for information from the Arts Council.

 

As previously mentioned, I can confirm that this request was considered in
line with our obligations under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

Your request:

 

"....provide me with the most recent funding applications made by The
Crucible (Sheffield) and the Lyceum (Sheffield)...."

 

Our Response:

 

            Please see attached.

 

You will notice that some information has been withheld. I have explained
below why this is the case under our obligations in respect to the Freedom
of Information Act.

 

The follow redactions have been applied to this document…

 

Section 40(2) – personal data

 

Section 40(2) provides an exemption from the disclosure obligation where
that information is 1) personal data and 2) where releasing the
information would contravene the Data Protection Act 1998.  

 

The Arts Council has a responsibility to hold the personal data of other
individuals securely and in line with the principles of the Data
Protection Act.  Releasing this information would contravene the first
principle of fair and lawful processing.

I hope the information being provided is helpful.  If you do have any
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Information team

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