Privacy policy


This privacy policy outlines how Shindig administrators may collect any basic information you provide to us when you contact us.


We are committed to ensuring that your privacy is secure. Should we require any information about you so that you can be identified or contacted, you can have full confidence that the information you provide to us will only be treated in accordance with this privacy statement.


At any point in time, this policy may also be updated (without notice). If you are a frequent user of our website, you should read this statement from time to time, to ensure that you are happy with any changes that are made.



This policy is effective from: 25th May 2018.



Information we may collect


Upon you contacting us (either through e-mail, or through one of our third party social media platforms), we may retain information about you for domestic and recreational reasons. This may include either your name, or e-mail address.


Any personal information supplied to us is used solely for the purposes of communication, event arrangements and our own record keeping. Furthermore, this information is not shared, sold, or leased to any third parties.



Security


E-mail conversations may be stored upon you contacting us for future reference. However, we have put in place various procedures to ensure that these conversations are kept secure.



Retaining information


It is usual practice to retain your information for further future communication. However, under request, we will destroy this information if required. If you no longer want to be contacted about our future events, please feel free to send us an e-mail.



Links to other websites


On some pages, the Shindig website contains links to other websites of interest. However, by visiting these links and leaving this site, you should note that we do not have any control of these websites, or how your information is processed on these websites. Thus, we cannot be responsible for the protection of your privacy as you visit these sites. Such websites are also not governed by this agreement. In hindsight, you should treat these websites with caution and read their subsequent privacy statements in question.