Parkenhoe takes your privacy seriously and conforms with all current legislation on the privacy of personal data.
The information on this page is specific to the website.
Do we collect personal information?
No – no personal information is collected by this website, and even though we collect visitor statistics, we are unable to identify any individual.
If you send us an email or complete the Contact Form, that is stored in the Sparkenhoe mailbox … which is password protected. This is completely separate and is not connected to the website.
How to we use your contact details?
Your contact details are only used to contact you in relation to your enquiry. Your email address will NOT be added to a mailing list.
Do we share your data?
We do NOT share your data with anyone else.
Links to and content from other websites
We have no control over your privacy if you follow a link from this site to any other. Please check the privacy and cookie policies when you arrive at any other site.
Website Visitor Statistics
We do not use Google Analytics to collect or analyse information about our website visitors.
Instead, we use StatCounter, a company registered and based in the Irish Republic.
We use statistics to understand such things as what devices visitors are using, which pages are visited, and if visitors return. We are unable to identify any individual from this data.
StatCounter use some of this anonymous data, amalgamated with data from over two million other websites to analyse trends on a country and worldwide basis.
Cookies are categorised as one of the following:
(for the website to function and to stay secure – this includes preventing email and contact form spam)
(to store your preferences and a session ID)
- Performance & Statistics
(to help improve the website performance and visitor experience, by understanding what devices are used for example)
This website DOES NOT use any Marketing and Ad Tracking cookies.
Managing your cookies
You can use your browser to manage the cookies on your computer. If you use more than one browser, you need to manage the cookie settings in each browser.
Visit this page to find out how to control cookies with your browser:
You may also find this Google video about cookies useful:
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