We may store small amounts of information about you or your current session in a file known as a cookie (which is sent by us to your computer or other access device) which we can access as you use the site and when you visit us in future.
They are really tiny plain text files that cannot do anything harmful on your computer. They can not carry viruses, send you spam or be any type of threat. We also can't read any information from cookies given to you from other sites. We can access only our own and your browser makes sure of it and even if we could, we promise you, we wouldn't.
To help us collect statistical data about who visits what pages on the site, allowing us to make better decisions about what to improve and build on. We also use a cookie to save whether you've seen our cookie notification, so that if you have and closed it, it stays closed.
For more information about cookies visit: http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=5
To learn about controlling what cookies you accept - http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=1
To find out how to delete cookies - http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=2
Whilst it is entirely up to you whether to delete your cookies or not, you may find that doing so lessens your experience of using this site.
References in this policy to "The Friends of Fryston Woods", "we", "us" or "our" are references to a community group constituted in Castleford, West Yorkshire, UK.
References to “you” and “your” and the “user” are references to users of the Website.
It is not our policy to collect any identifyable personal data, at present the only data we collect from your use of the Website relates to choices made on the site and to your usage of this Website.
We collect this information in order to enhance your experience of using this Website, this includes remembering your choices so that on future return visits you do not need to repeat making a choice. We also collect data of your usage of the Website in order to help us identify trends in general usage. With this data we are able to identify problems, possible improvements and maintain the Website to the highest standard.
The information and data that we collect from you is not personally identifyable. At no point will any data that could be used to trace back to you be passed on to a third party. We may pass on data to a third party for the purpose of statistical analysis. Any such data will not include any personally identifyable data and will consist purely of anonymous usage information.
We take reasonable measures (physical, organisational and technological) to safeguard against unauthorised access to your personal information and to safely store your personal information. However, you acknowledge that the internet is not a secure medium and the privacy of your communications and personal information can never be guaranteed.
When you visit any page on this Website we automatically log your access information which includes but is not limited to your computer’s IP address, browser type and access times.
Under applicable law you may have the right to seek access to and update the personal information we hold about you.
If you would like to seek access to personal information we hold about you, if you no longer wish us to collect, use or disclose any personal information for the purposes described above, or if you have any questions or complaints about how we collect, use, disclose, manage or store your personal information, please contact our office through the contact form made available on the Website.