Your privacy is important to us and what follows is a description of the way in which we use your data, share it and manage it, in line with the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
1 | The data collected from you is managed by Lochs & Fens Ltd. Our company details are as follows:
Registered Address: Humby Hall, Great Humby, Grantham, Lincs, NG33 4HR
Registered Directors: Polly Irvine, Isobel Irvine
Company Number: 11581333
Date of Incorporation: 21 September 2018
3 | We may collect the following, and any other information you give us, in order to ensure that you are satisfied with the service we offer:
Your full name
Your contact information, including email address, postcode and phone number
Your preferences and interests
4 | Your data will be stored indefinitely, unless you specifically tell us to delete it.
5 | All data collected is stored on password protected devices for security purposes and will NEVER be shared with any third parties. Mailing list data is stored and managed using Mailchimp. Lochs & Fens Ltd is committed to safeguarding and securing the information collected to ensure it is not lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered or destroyed.
6 | The Lochs & Fens Ltd website is hosted and powered by Squarespace servers. You can read their privacy policies on https://www.squarespace.com.privacy.
7 | At the time of launch the Lochs & Fens Ltd website includes links to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: more may be added in due course. By clicking on these links, or any others, you may be directed away from our site. The company cannot be held responsible for the privacy practices of other sites and encourage you to read their privacy statements.
8 | As a company we use Google Analytics and you should be aware that posting comments or information on our website in effect opens that content to other users of the site, and to third parties. We are not responsible for the information you submit in this way and cannot guarantee that others will not copy or use it.