Internet security is very important to Hagley Community Association and you can be assured that we do everything we can to make sure your personal information is kept secure at all times.
- What information we hold about you:
- If you have booked the Community Centre we will have your email address, phone number and address.
- We also maintain an booking history. This allows you and us to track your bookings and review your past usage of the centre for invoicing purposes. We also collect information of a general nature about how many 'hits' our website gets. And we monitor the site traffic patterns; this tells us which areas of the site are being visited more than others. It also helps us build a more useful site in subsequent re-designs. We don't track individual users' pathways through the site.
- If you do not use the website's booking service for more than a year your details will be deleted.
- If you lose your password we can reset it for you, but because passwords are stored in an encrypted format, we cannot tell you what your password is.
- What we do with the information
- We never exchange, sell or otherwise give away your email address to other companies. Your email address is used solely by us for checking your log-in to the bookings site, emailing you regarding your bookings and to update you with any communications.
- Our site also uses 'cookies'. Cookies are small amounts of data sent to your web browser by a web server. They cannot harm your machine in any way as they are small text files with simple information in them. You can see them as small text files inside your 'Temporary Internet Files' folder in Windows. Our cookies keep track of bookings and act as place markers when you move around the site.
- Who else sees your information?
- We will not disclose your information to anyone without a court order.
- Your Consent
- If you are worried about anything to do with our site, please phone us on 07800 856386 or email us at ← Click to email Site Administration we\'ll be glad to talk through any issues with you.
Last updated 18 March 2009