Terms of Service, and Privacy Policy

Theurgia.co.uk is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.  We will only store your data insofar it is necessary for you to use our website and complete bookings you make.

What we do with the information we gather?
When you buy something from our website, we will collect your personal information – including your name, email address and shipping information.  This is used by us to fulfil your booking, and where necessary contact you about your booking only.

Disclosure
We will only disclose your personal information if we are required to do so by law, or if you otherwise violate our terms of service.

Cookies
Our website, like most websites, uses small bits of information called cookies which are stored on users’ computers.  These cookies recognise information about your preferences and allow you to use this website without reintroducing yourself.

Other Services
When you engage with third-party service providers through this website, they will need to collect information from you and their own privacy policies will apply.  This includes payment gateways used by us, such as PayPal and Eventbrite. Please read their policies for information on how they will use your personal information.

Change
We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy at any time, any changes made will take effect with immediate effect.  Please review it regularly.

Bookings and Refunds
All bookings are final and non-refundable unless the event is cancelled.

Note:
Profits (after all expenses) from the Hekate Symposium is always put towards Hekate-related projects at the discretion of Theurgia’s owner Sorita d’Este.  It is never a fortune, but sometimes a small amount of money can make a huge difference for an individual or project. In past years profits have been used to enable individuals who are making incredible efforts in their community, but would not be able to afford it, to further their knowledge and experience of the Goddess by enabling them to travel to events, attend retreats and have access to books; it has bought small icons for individuals hosting community events who were not able to afford to otherwise purchase them, and profits from the 2018 event were donated to a unique temple building project in Bulgaria.   Who knows what 2021 will hold!