Prewer & Orsborn Privacy Promise
Prewer & Orsborn takes its customer data very serious and can assure you that we will never share anything with third parties. The below policy demonstrates how thorough we are in protecting your data.
We will always explain clearly what data we’re collecting about you and why. We will only collect data we need to:
give you a better experience
improve our services
fulfill our responsibilities as a business.
Your trust is very important to us. So we’re committed to keeping your data safe and secure.
We promise to never sell your personal details to anyone.
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Privacy & Cookies Policy
1. What's in this policy?
This policy tells you:
2. What does this policy cover?
This policy covers the services that are offered by Prewer & Orsborn Ltd.
3. What's not covered in this policy?
Our services sometimes link to services run by other companies, like Pinterest and Instagram.
4. How do you protect my personal information?
We're strongly committed to keeping your information safe and to do this we have policies and procedures in place with your safety in mind.
5. What types of personal information does Prewer & Orsborn collect about me?
We'll give details about why we need your personal information and how we'll use it before you begin, unless it's obvious.
6. How long will Prewer & Orsborn keep my personal information?
When you give us any personal information we'll let you know how long we'll hold it for. And always stick to these principles:
7. How can Prewer & Orsborn use my personal information?
We have to have a valid reason to use your personal information. It's called the "lawful basis for processing". Sometimes we might ask your permission to do things, like when you subscribe to an email. Other times, when you'd reasonably expect us to use your personal information, we don't ask your permission, but only when:
8. When will Prewer & Orsborn use my information to contact me?
We might use your information to contact you about different things, like:
9. Will I be contacted for marketing purposes?
We'll only send you marketing emails if you've agreed to this.
10. When does Prewer & Orsborn share my personal information with others?
We'll never sell your personal information. We do share it with others in these ways:
11. Can I delete my information?
This depends on what information you're talking about.
12. What are my rights?
Remember, you're in control of your personal information.
a. What are cookies and tracking technologies?
14. How will I find out about changes to this policy?
We update this policy sometimes. If we make important changes, like how we use your personal information, we'll let you know. It might be a notice or an email.
15. How can I contact Prewer & Orsborn?
Find out more and contact us about your rights.
The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR for short, is one of the biggest changes to data privacy law in recent years. It is designed to put you in control of how your information is collected and used by organisations.
Your data matters.
We want to help you to understand these rights and exercise them as easily as possible. They're listed below along with some tips on what to do if you'd like more help.
How do I know what happens to my information?
This is called the right to be informed.
How do I change my information?
This is called the right to rectification.
How can I see what information you have about me?
This is called the right of access.
How can I move my information?
This is called the right to data portability. It's the right to ask for and download personal information you've given us electronically, so that you can:
How can I delete my information?
This is called the right to erasure, also known as the "right to be forgotten". This right means you can ask for your personal information to be deleted.
Subject Access Request
All individuals who are the subject of personal data held by Venue 360 Ltd are entitled to:
Ask what information the company holds about them and why.
Ask how to gain access to it.
Be informed how to keep it up to date.
Be informed how the company is meeting its data protection obligations.
If an individual contacts the company requesting this information, this is called a
subject access request.
Subject access requests from individuals should be made by email to the Office Manager at
Individuals will not be charged for a subject access request. Information must be provided
without delay and at the latest within one month of receipt.
The data controller will always verify the identity of anyone making a subject access request
before handing over any information.
Records and Retention Policy
The purpose of this document is to provide a corporate policy framework to ensure that particular
documents (or sets of documents) are dealt with in the correct manner; being retained and/or
disposed of in the correct method and timescale.
Click HERE to view our full records and retention policy