Norfolk and Norwich Horticultural Society

Terms and Conditions of this website

Est. 1829

Copyright Notice
All information on the Norfolk and Norwich Horticultural Society website (www.nnhs.org.uk) is copyright. This includes (but is not restricted to) web pages, text, images, layout of pages, and the underlying code.   The Society reserves the right to take action against people who copy this information or otherwise infringe copyright.

Conditions of Use
You are welcome to link to the pages from other web sites, quote extracts (eg in email messages), or download and print pages for personal use, provided that Norfolk and Norwich Horticultural Society is mentioned as the source, the URL is given, and all included attributions, including the author (or authors), are retained.

Disclaimer
Whilst we take every care to keep the information on our web pages accurate, we make no warranty or representation, express or implied, about its accuracy, completeness or appropriateness for a particular purpose. The validity of links to other Websites cannot be guaranteed and the Norfolk and Norwich Horticultural Society will not accept responsibility for problems arising from accessing these links. Thus, you assume full responsibility for its use, and you understand and agree that neither the Norfolk and Norwich Horticultural Society as an organisation nor any of its trustees, members, maintainers or providers are responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage as a consequence.




Privacy Policy

Any personal information supplied to the Society, except for that already in the public domain, will be kept confidential and will not be passed to any third party without the express permission of the data subject unless required by Law, a court order, or a binding request from a regulatory (or other analogous) authority. 


The Society keeps all information about members and customers in a secure environment with access restricted to authorised individuals.

The names and addresses (including, Telephone, Email, etc.) of members are kept on a computer database, and are used solely to facilitate the regular mailings of the Society or other relevant contact with members regarding the activities of the society.  


Personal details of members will be kept by the Society for as long as the member is active (paid subscription). 

When a member becomes inactive, or leaves the Society, their personal details will be kept for a maximum period of 24 months to ensure accurate gift aid submissions can be made. After this time the details will be deleted from the database and any paper records securely destroyed.