Privacy

This website does not collect personally identifiable information from you, unless you choose to provide it by filling in a form to contact us.

Any personal information you provide is stored on computer systems within the UK and treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

We also make use of mailing list services provided by MailChimp, a US company that complies with the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework, guaranteeing that any personal data it holds will be managed in line with EU regulations. See MailChimp’s privacy policy

If you give us your contact details when enquiring about Bicycle Beano holidays, we may use this to send you further information about our services. You can tell us to stop doing so at any time and we will immediately comply. We will not share your personal data with any other party without your express permission.

Cookies

Our website uses cookies. A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we put on your computer if you agree. Find out more about cookies. The cookies we use are:

Google Analytics cookie – Google Analytics enables us to collect information about visits to the site and to differentiate between visitors (but not to identify those visitors personally). This information helps us understand how people use our website and how we can improve it, giving you a better service when you visit. More about Google Analytics and how to opt out

A session cookie – this is used by the web content management system (WCMS) that we use to manage the website. It keeps track of your visit while you are on the site and is vital to the correct operation of the site. It does not identify you personally and it is removed when you leave the site.

Third-party cookies – We provide buttons linking to various social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. If you click on a button to share something on our website via a social network – for instance, a Facebook ‘Like’ button – the social networking site will set a cookie on your machine. These sites will probably be collecting information about what you do across the Web. This will only apply if you have signed up for membership of the relevant social network. To find out more about how these sites use your information and how to opt out, see the privacy policies of the individual sites.