We are committed to keeping your data secure.
What information do we collect about you?
We only collect data from you when you give it to us, this may include;
- Your name
- Your address
- Your contact details (telephone number or email address)
- Other information in relation to services offered by the UK Owl and Raptor Centre.
Except from joining our mailing list, data is only collected when you purchase a service or produce from us, your data will remain with us for 12 months from purchase to allow us to keep a proof of purchase. After 12 months, your information will be deleted from our system.
Holding on to your data.
We only hold on to your data for as long as reasonably necessary (usually no longer than 12 months), and in accordance to law. Data for those who sign up to our updates will be held until the user withdraws from this.
You have the right to contact us to request a copy of all of the information that we hold about you, this may be done by emailing us.
When processing payments, we have no access to your credit/debit card details, except for the last 4 digits of the card number. We use Square to handle the processing of our payments and we use Wix to handle our online shop orders.
Your data will not be shown or given to anybody outside of the UK owl and Raptor Centre, nor will it be sold. Only authorised staff have access to these details.
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