Information we collect
Generally, you control the amount and type of information you provide to us when using our website.
As a visitor, you can browse our website to find out more about our services. You are not required to provide us with any personal identifiable information as a visitor to the website.
If you choose to get in touch with us through our online ‘Contact us’ form or the online worker application form then we will only send the data from within these forms if you have explicitly ticked the consent checkbox. The data is processed over HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) which encrypts the form submission data from the website, to the server and back again. The data processed from the form is then emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not store your data other than receiving it as an email. We do not use this data in relation to any third party processors.
We keep your data within the email that is received until we no longer deem it necessary to keep it on record. Upon request we can completely remove this data from our records and / or hand this data over to you. Please contact our Data Protection Officer to request this.
Google Analytics data collection
We use Google Analytics to track visitors to this website. From this tracking we can see how visitors use our website through tracking page visits as well as how many users we have on the website.
Google Analytics does not store personal information that will easily identify who you are. The following data is stored against a unique visit to the website:
- A unique client ID that is stored as a cookie within the user’s browser. This is a randomly generated string that is used to determine subsequent visits within the same browser.
- IP address (this tracking can be turned off – see below)
- Geographical location
- Device you are using to browse the website
- Internet browser that is being used
- Operating system that is being used
You can tailor your experience with regards to how your visit to the website interacts with Google Analytics, with the following options. Please note that configuring these options will mean placing a cookie on the device you are using to allow us to remember the choice you have made for any subsequent visits to the website.
Don’t log my IP address but I am happy to have my visit tracked
Don’t track my visit within Google Analytics
Littywood Farm is the data controller for this website. The registered company number is .
Data Protection Officer
For any queries regarding your data, including data removal requests then please contact our Data Protection Officer.
Name: Rachel Busby
Telephone number: 01785 780924
Email address: email@example.com