Privacy Statement

When you view winwales.co.uk your visit and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Privacy Statement and the Terms of Service of Use.

We treat all the information provided by you with the utmost care and security. Any details you give will remain confidential and will only be disclosed where disclosure is made at your request, with your consent or where we are legally obliged to do so. The information collected by us will be used only for the purposes stated by us and agreed by you. Where we use your personal details to send you information about other products and services we will give you the opportunity to tell us that you do not want them to be used.

WINWales recognises the importance of protecting the privacy of anyone who visits the Website. This Privacy Statement sets out the policy adopted by WINWales towards the collection and use of information obtained from those visiting and using this site. By visiting or using the Website you consent to the collection and use by WINWales of information about you in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and this Privacy Statement.

When registering with the site, completing a Contact Information Form or contacting us by e-mail, we obtain personal information (eg user’s name, e-mail address, postal address, telephone numbers, etc.) from you. This information will be held on our database and will be kept secure. The information will not be not be made available for sale, and shall not be shared with third parties except where:-

  • you have consented; or
  • there is a legal requirement to do so

WINWales reserves the right periodically to update or modify this Privacy Statement. Any changes to this Privacy Statement will be posted on this site so users are always aware of the information collected, the reasons for such collection and the purposes, if any, to which WINWales may put such information. WINWales encourages users who may have specific concerns about the gathering or use of any such information to view this Privacy Statement regularly.

Please contact us if you wish to have your personal information removed at any time.

The use of our website is governed by the General Site Terms of Service and other relevant sections set out below. Please read them carefully as by using the WINWales site you indicate your acceptance of them.

Security

WINWales makes use of several multimedia items, which require you to have the appropriate plug-ins in your browser. If you do not have a particular plug-in already, you may download it from the original site by using the relevant text link. Please note that any software is downloaded at your own risk.

WINWales does not warrant the suitability of any such software which is downloaded and accepts no liability for any problems with your computer that may arise as a result. If you are in any doubt as to the suitability of software to be downloaded for your computer, it is recommended that you obtain specialist advice before downloading.

Complaints or Queries

For further information or if you wish to complain about any aspect of the service you have received from WINWales, please contact us using the contact form

Copyright

Copyright in the pages of this site, in the screen displaying the pages and in the information, texts, graphics and material contained therein and their arrangement is owned by WINWales , unless otherwise stated.

You may store, manipulate, analyse, reformat, print and display the content of this site solely for your own personal use. Any other use of materials on this site is strictly prohibited without prior written permission from us.

Links to other sites

The links to other sites on the Internet are purely to allow you access to more information on related topics. WINWales does not accept any responsibility for information contained in any such sites or for the fact that such sites may not be available at all times.

Use of Cookies

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer when you browse a website. In common with many other websites, uses cookies in a general way to help us to understand how to make our website more effective. We do not use data from which you can be individually identified.

The table below sets out what cookies we use and why:

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Cookie Name Purpose More information
AdInsight adiLP adiV adiVi The adiLP cookie is used to help track visitors who have multiple tabs open in the same browser to prevent errors in tracking. The adiV cookie contains an identifier number which is used by AdInsight to track a visitor over time. This allow AdInsight to show multiple visits made by a customer over time from the same browser. This cookie is set to expire 1 year after the visitor leaves the website. The adiVi cookie contains an identifier number which is used by AdInsight to help track a visitors path while they are on the website. This cookie is set to expire 30 minutes after the visitor leaves the website.
Google Analytics _utma _utmb _utmc _utmz These cookies are used to measure visitor behaviour and usage patterns, such as the time spent on site, number of visits or what pages were viewed during a visit. All information is anonymous and reports always show aggregate, not individual data. Click here for an overview of privacy at Google
Content Management System SN4d37fea225bbe This session cookie is generated by the website content managment system (CMS) and is only used when the user is browsing the site and is deleted when the user exits (ie closes and shuts down) their browser. Without session cookies the website CMS would be unable to function properly.
Cookie Acceptance cookiecomplianctFirstLoad This cookie is used to generate the message alerting the user to the website’s privacy policy in accordance with the EU Cookie Legislation. Its function is to ensure that the message does not appear again once the user has accepted the use of cookies on the website.

Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. If you’re using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari you should be able to configure your browser to restrict or block cookies, or you may wish to delete them, by going to your browsers settings. Below are short instructions for how to do this in the four most popular browsers:

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Click the ‘Tools’ icon in the top right hand corner and select ‘Internet options’. In the pop up window select the ‘Privacy’ tab. From here you can adjust your cookie settings.

Microsoft Edge

Click the ‘more’ prompt on the far right of the banner, denoted by three dots (???) and click ‘Settings’ on the drop down menu. Click ‘View Advanced Settings’. From here you can adjust your cookie settings.

Google Chrome

Click the spanner in the top right hand corner and select ‘Settings’. From here select ‘Under the hood’ and change the settings under ‘Privacy’.

Mozilla Firefox

From the drop down menu in the top left hand corner select ‘Options’. In the pop up window select the ‘Privacy’ tab. From here you can adjust your cookie settings.

Safari

From the settings drop down menu in the top right hand corner select ‘Preferences’. Select the ‘Security’ tab and from here you can adjust your cookie settings.