Privacy Policy

This privacy statement describes how Nouvelle-Eglise uses and protects any information you provide when using this website.

Please read the following carefully to gain an understanding of our policies and procedures concerning your sensitive information and how we will handle it. For objectives of the Data Protection Act (the “DPA”) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation, confidential material includes your “personal data.”

Who are we is the address of our website.

Our company address is: Nouvelle-Eglise , 38 West St, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1RP

What and why we gather personal information

Identifying information

If you send an inquiry via our website, the information you provide in the form is transmitted to us. We collect just the information necessary to determine the subject of your inquiry and provide a way of replying.

Content from other websites that is embedded

This site’s pages may contain integrated material (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). The behaviour of embedded material from other websites is the same as if the user had visited the other website.

These websites may gather information about you, employ cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your engagement with embedded material, including tracing your activity if you have an account and are signed in to the website.


We use Google Analytics to measure anonymous website usage. We utilise Google Analytics data to enhance our services. We do not gather personally identifying information.

Included in the information we gather are:

Technical specifics

Include your Internet protocol (IP) address, login information, browser type and version, local time setting, browser connector type and versions, operating system, and platform.

Details about your visit

This includes the whole Uniform Resource Locator , click – stream to, through, and from our Site (including time and date), pages you have viewed, page response times, download failures, length of visits to particular pages, and page metadata (such as scrolling, clicks, and mouse-overs).

With whom we share your data

Our website’s information and content are regionally distributed to optimise the user experience. All information that may be used to identify persons inside the European Union is solely maintained within the EU. We will never disclose your user information for promotional reasons with other parties.

Our website is hosted on the SiteGround platform. Their terms and conditions are available online.

How long we will keep your information.

We have mechanisms in place to annually examine the personal information we maintain. If you have not engaged with us or utilised our services during this or the succeeding time, we will remove your personal information from our systems and notify you an email before doing so. Naturally, you have the right to be forgotten at any time; you can learn more about this in the section under “What rights do you have over your data?”

How we safeguard your data

There are safeguards in place to secure our website and your information. These consist of:

  • A firewall and login protection for web applications to prevent unauthorised access to our website.
  • Daily security scans and round-the-clock monitoring to spot concerns before they become problems.
  • timely software updates, including security patches
  • Daily backups of all website files and data, retained for one month, then discarded

Which data breach protocols are in place?

In the event of a data breach, we will contact every individual whose personally identifiable information has been exposed and alert them within 48 hours.

Our cookie policy

Using this link, you may learn how to control your cookie use or disable cookies entirely. Please note that if you restrict or prohibit cookie use on our website, both the website and our services will not work properly.

Our website utilises cookies to differentiate you from other visitors. This allows us to give you with a positive experience when browsing our website and also to enhance it. You acknowledge and consent to our usage of cookies by continuing to explore the website.

A cookie is a little file of letters and numbers that, with your permission, we store on your browser or computer’s hard drive. Cookies include information that is sent to the hard disc of your computer.

This section explains what cookies are and the implications of their use. We’ve included links at the conclusion of this article to help you learn more about cookies and their impact, as well as how to alter how your web browser handles cookies.

We utilise the following cookie types:

  • These are cookies that are essential for the operation of our website and cannot be disabled. They include, for instance, cookies that allow you to log in to secure sections of our website, utilise a shopping cart, or make an online payment.
  • These cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors as well as observe how people navigate our website while they are using it. This allows us to enhance the functionality of our website, for instance by ensuring that users can quickly locate the information they need.

Additional details regarding cookies

If you would want to learn more about cookies and their use, the website All About Cookies explains what they are and how they function.

Links to Third-Party Websites

Our website may include links to third-party websites that are outside of our control. Please be aware that when you click on a link and submit information to a third-party website, we are not responsible for the information you provide. This privacy statement refers just to this website; if you follow links to other websites, you should read their respective privacy statements.

What control you have over your information

You have the right to access the information we maintain on you. You can exercise this privilege by contacting us, and we will respond within 30 days with the requested information in an electronic format. To submit a request for information, please email [email protected], and a member of our staff will respond as soon as possible.

If your personal information is inaccurate, you have the right to update it and verify that it is accurate and current. If your information is inaccurate, please contact us at the above email address, and a staff member will fix it on your behalf.

You have the right to be “forgotten” and to have your personally identifiable information removed from our databases permanently. Again, please contact us at [email protected] if you would want to exercise this privilege.

No fees will be assessed for reasonable electronic access to your information, your right to correction, or your right to be deleted from our systems.

Privacy Policy Alterations

Although most alterations are expected to be modest, we may occasionally modify our Privacy Policy. We urge visitors to revisit this page periodically for updates. Your continued use of this site following any modification to this Privacy Statement implies your acceptance of the modification.

Our details for contact

Contact us at [email protected] if you have any queries regarding our privacy practises.

Visit our Location

38 West St, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1RP