Privacy and use of cookies

Our policy

It is extremely important to us that your rights to privacy are respected. We take seriously our responsibility to update you on how your personal information might be being stored and used.

Information about you

At present, we do not collect information from you via our website www.londonyouthrowing.com. But, please know that this policy is subject to change so you should keep up to date by checking regularly.

Emails from us in connection to the website

Email will be the main form on contact between website user and website manager. To be able to respond to your enquiries effectively, we may keep a record of your email address in order to contact you. You may ask us to delete your email address or contact details after we have terminated our correspondence.

We do our best to keep company computers protected against viruses and hacking. But, email is not a fully secure means of communication and we cannot guarantee completely safe communication.

Linked sites

We have no control over the condition or privacy policies of other sites that we may link to via the London Youth Rowing website. When you access another website via our website, you understand that their regulations on collecting personal information may differ from ours.

Cookies policy

What are cookies? A “cookie” is a small text file that is placed on a website user’s device/computer hard drive by a website that normally recognises website usage. There are several types of cookie.

The types of cookies we use on the Website are set out below:-

Google analytics 

We use Google Analytics to understand more about the visitors that use our site. It’s based on usage patterns, so that we can better improve the user experience. Google Analytics collects information anonymously, so we do not have access to your personal information, only to how you – as a unique user – interact with our website. Google Analytics does not track your internet activity after leaving the Website.

Website cookie acceptance 

There will be a pop-up message upon entering the website, asking you whether you want to accept cookies or not. A cookie will be stored on your device/computer if you agree.

Internet browsers

You can set your internet browser to reject cookies. However, the default setting will often be to accept them. Unless you set your browser to reject cookies, when you click on our cookie message you will be accepting the cookies on our website.