Information that we Collect

We collect personal information through our Contact Us form, e-mail sent to us and we collect anonymous user information through cookies.

Personal information is supplied voluntarily. Required information includes name, e-mail address and country. Personal information may also include contact details, and other information as provided. By submitting your personal data to us you agree to the storing and processing of your data as outlined in this policy.

Right to request removal and right to object

1. Any person whose data we hold has the right to request …
a) a copy of the data that we hold and/or
b) that it be modified and/or
c) that it be removed from our records.

Such requests should be made in writing by letter to our office address,
3 Craven Court, Altrincham, WA14 5DY.
We will comply with such requests as soon as practically possible, and no later than within 30 days of receiving the request.

We will not respond to requests sent by electronic means as we have no way of verifying the sender.

2. If said person is dissatisfied with any aspect of our actions he/she has the right to raise a complaint with ICO, whose contact details are:
Wycliffe House,
Water Lane,
Tel: 0303 123 1113
Further information can be obtained from their website

Use of Personal Information

We use personal information supplied by blog readers via e-mail or via our Contact Us form so that we can deal effectively with their enquiry. We do NOT pass on potential customer details to other third parties.

Personal data is retained for as long as we deem it relevant and/or we are required to keep it for legal reasons. Personal data is kept safe using firewalls and physical security.

Use of Cookies

We use cookies from “Google Analytics” for statistical purposes. These enable us to track the number of individual unique users we have and how often they visit our website. We collect data about how frequently our pages are visited, how the users arrived at our website, the devices used to view our website and from which countries the user is located.

It is possible to turn cookies off or change your cookie preferences in your internet browser. These can normally be found in the options or preferences menu. Information about these preferences can usually be found in the help menu. The links below provide more information for the major browsers.

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External Links

From time to time the CheapTents Outdoor Gear Blog may contain links to external websites. Adventure Centre are in no way responsible for these websites and content thereof, these sites will contain seperate terms and conditions, privacy policy and other such legalities.

Third Party Cookies

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