Collection and Use of Your Personal and Non Personal Information
You may be asked to provide your personal information on this website. Personal information is any data that can be used to identify or contact a single person. We do NOT share this personal information with any other parties.
How we use your personal information
- The personal information we collect allows us to keep you updated and aware of upcoming events.
- We may use your personal information, including date of birth, to verify identity, assist with identification of users, and to determine appropriate requirements.
- We also collect data in some of our forms that does not, on its own, permit direct association with any specific individual. We do NOT share this personal information with any other parties.
- Data is stored on a secure server.
- Sending information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we can’t guarantee the security of your data while it’s in transit. Any data you send is at your own risk.
- We have procedures and security features in place to keep your data secure once we receive it, but nothing is 100% secure.
- You can find out what information we hold about you, and ask us not to use any of the information we collect.
- If you’ve signed up for email alerts, you can unsubscribe or change your settings at any time.
Cookies and Other Technologies
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is downloaded on to your computer when you visit a website. Cookies are used by many websites and can do a number of things, eg remembering your preferences, recording what you have put in your shopping basket, and counting the number of people looking at a website.
The rules on cookies are covered by the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. The Regulations also cover similar technologies for storing information, eg Flash cookies. The Regulations were revised in 2011, and the ICO (The UKâ€™s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals) is responsible for enforcing these rules.
How the cookie regulations affect you?
You may come across information about cookies on websites and be given choices about how some cookies are used. This might include, for example, being asked to agree to a cookie being used for a particular service, such as remembering your preferences on a site.
How can I control my cookies?
You can use your web browser to:
- delete all cookies
- block all cookies
- allow all cookies
- block third-party cookies
- clear all cookies when you close the browser
- open a ‘private browsing’ session
- install add-ons and plug-ins to extend browser functionality
Information about controlling cookies can be found here:-
- Internet Explorer cookies information
- Chrome cookies information
- Firefox cookies information
- Safari cookies information
- Opera cookies information
- A number of websites provide detailed information on cookies, including: AboutCookies.org and AllAboutCookies.org.
- The Internet Advertising Bureau website: Your Online Choices allows you to install opt-out cookies across different advertising networks.
- Google has developed a browser add-on to allow users to opt-out of Google Analytics across all websites which use this popular analytics product.
- New technologies such as Mozilla’s Do Not Track allow you to tell websites not to track you.
- Internet Explorer has a feature called Tracking Protection Lists which allows you to import a list of websites you want to block.