What information we collect and how we use it?
To join the Northern Hamster Club we collect details about you such as your name, address and email address. These are collected to provide you with the benefits of your membership such as your monthly journal.
Who holds this information?
Your information is stored safely by our club secretary who does not share this information with any third parties.
I am a breeder, will you still be able to give my details to those interested in rehoming hamsters?
If you wish for the details of your hamstery to be given to interested parties, you will need to opt in on your membership form or contact the club secrety in writing or via email to let her know that you are happy to be contacted with rehoming enquiries.
Breeders may opt in to being featured on the ‘Club Breeders’ page on the website by contacting the Webmaster.
What are Cookies?
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Can I restrict what cookies are being set?