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We collect general statistical information about visits by members of the public to our website for reporting and to improve future content.
The information we hold about you is strictly confidential and is solely for the use of administration and marketing purposes. If any information is incorrect, you may email for correction to firstname.lastname@example.org
We follow strict guidelines in the storage and disclosure of information which you give us to prevent unauthorised access. This is in line with the laws and regulations of the UK from which we operate. This means that if you have a query and you contact us, we may ask you for proof of identity before we can disclose personal information to you. By using our website, you consent to the collection and use of this information by Hooper and Sons Ltd
When you contact us via email, you provide us with your email address. This is only used to reply to you when necessary and you can ask us not to use this address if you wish. We may use your email address from time to time to send you information regarding future offers and other updates.
Cookies. What are they and do we use them?
Cookies are a standard method of registering user preferences when people use websites to ensure a better and more personalised experience. They are pieces of information stored on your computer's hard disk drive. This ensures that we know information about you when you next visit our site. For example, a cookie would contain your preferred user-settings so we do not have to ask you this question every time you visit us. The cookies we pass to you are anonymous and do not hold information on or about you nor do they reveal your personal identity.
inks to other websites
In our website, we may provide links to other websites for your convenience and information. Please be aware that these sites may have different privacy policies and we have no control over and take no responsibility for any information submitted to these sites.
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