What information do we collect?
ALC will only collect your name and e-mail address for the purposes of answering your query.
How we use your information
ALC in this context acts as both the data controller and processor.
By consenting to allow ALC to store (for a limited time) and use the personal data you have supplied we will be able to answer your query. ALC will not contact you for any other reason other than to answer the questions you have raised. ALC will not send you marketing information or information about our products and services beyond the query which you have raised. ALC will not pass on your details to any third party nor to any person or organisation outside the EEA. ALC will only hold your contact data for as long as necessary to answer your questions. After this point your personal data will be deleted.
If you have any questions regarding the way ALC handles your data please call ALC and ask for the Business Systems Manager or Senior Administrator on 01869 259205.
We will only collect and use personal information in line with our responsibilities under applicable Data Protection laws
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Cookies used on this website
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All comments, queries and requests relating to our use of your data are welcomed and should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org