At UK Recovery Walks, we’re committed to ensuring and protecting your privacy at all times.
1. Information We Collect from You
We can obtain data when you use our website in the following ways:
1.1 If you register for information by filling out a form.
1.2 Traffic data, weblogs, location data, and any other communication can be collected. These details come from your visit to our site.
Circumstances may arise when we may need to gather information about your computer to help provide appropriate services. The data gathered is solely for statistical data. Indeed, the facts collected about you are statistical only. No identifying information about our visitors and no personal details will ever be shared.
Cookies are used to collect general online usage by using a text file. If used, this text file is downloaded without prompting you. It is placed on your computer’s hard drive. A cookie is used to improve any services/products or overall website features we offer.
All computers, PCs and mobile devices have the option of declining/deleting cookies. Your web browser includes this option.
3. Use of Your Information
Any identifying information we collect and store about your visit or through a form on our site is NEVER shared. We only use identifying information you provide us in order to contact you about our services and/provide advice and guidance to you.
If you consent to us using anonymised information, we will only use it for evaluation and research purposes in order to find out how well UK Recovery Walk is reaching out and engaging people.
4. Storing Your Personal Data
4.1 Industry standard servers are used by our company to ensure proper data storage.
4.2 Transmission of data on the internet can never be ultimately secure. We do not and cannot guarantee security of information collected electronically or transmitted; however, we take all necessary steps to provide the best security available. As a result of our inability to fully and complete guarantee safety (as there may be a security breach anywhere in between your sending and our receiving of data, you are submitting information to us at your own risk. Where needed, a password may be necessary to access areas of our site. You are responsible for the safety and confidentiality of the password you generate.
Any information used for research purposes will be stored securely by academic partners (a university) in formats designed to protect research data, and governed by academic standards of ethics regarding use and storage of data.
5. Disclosing Your Information
5.1 Personal information to third parties may only be disclosed if a legal requirement obliges us to, such as a police investigation, or when we are required under legislation for vulnerable children and adults.
6. Third Party Links
There may be links on our site to third party websites.. We do not accept liability or responsibility for their content and/or privacy policies, as we have no control over their content.
7. Access to Information
The Data Protection Act 1998 was established to govern online electronic communications. The act gives you access to any data we have about you. To access this information that we hold about you, please email us using the email address below.
8. Contacting Us