Molash Turkeys Privacy Policy

Who we are

Our website address is:

Molash Turkeys is run by Martin Holmes who farms at Molash and Badlesmere, Kent. Martin Holmes can be contacted at (phone and email). [Postal address? Other turkey farms give their address.]

What information we collect

We collect names, email addresses and contact phone numbers of people who order a turkey from us.

Why we collect it

We use it inform our clients of the progress of their order, and of the date and location from which they may collect it. This may happen via email or via SMS.

How long we store it

We store contact details from year to year as many customers return after having ordered from us.

Where we store it, and with whom it is shared

The data is stored on our computer in our offices and backed up to a hard drive in the same offices. Some details are backed up to iCloud. It is shared with no one, we do not pass your details to any third party.

The legal basis on which we collect and retain data

Contractual obligations allow us to retain the contact details of people who order from us. Clients who purchase from us are regarded as having agree to an implied contract which serves in lieu of explicit consent.

About cookies

A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user’s computer tied to information about the user. Cookies used on our website do not contain personally identifiable information.

We use cookies to collect anonymised and aggregated data of visits and pathways through the website, through Google Analytics. This data cannot be used to trace individual visitors.

For website visitors, this anonymised data is used to understand patterns of visitor behaviour on our website which we hope will lead to improvements.

Visitors to the website cannot be identified through the anonymised data we collect about their vist and the pathway they take through the site.

How Google uses the data when you use our website may be found here. This page also explains how you can disable this form of data collection if you do not wish it.

Analytics data is stored by Google for 50 months, after which it is automatically deleted.

You may also use your browser’s ‘private’ or ‘incognito’ mode to prevent your visit from being counted as part of this data.

Your rights over your data

We are required to respond within 30 days to all requests regarding your data. You have the right:

  • to ask that we declare what data we are storing about you;
  • to request that we delete your data;
  • to have the data sent to you in a portable digital format, for another company to use;
  • to restrict us from processing your data;
  • to rectify your data if it is wrong or out of date;
  • disable the Google Analytics function by means of a browser add-on to ensure the prevention of the sending of any analytical information to Google.

In case of a data breach

A data breach is defined as “the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration unauthorised disclosure of, or access to, personal data”.

If we become aware of a data breach that concerns you, we will contact you immediately as part of our efforts to limit the damage caused.

The ICO will be notified immediately if possible, but within 72 hours at the latest.

Any complaints about the ways we handle your data should be made to the Information Commissioner’s Office.