The Ancient and Sacred Trees Group will NOT share your data with anyone else.
What you can expect when you become a member of our CommuniTree - Privacy and data protection explained.
When you share you details with us: You become a member of the CommuniTree.
Therefor your data (contact details) is used so that you:
Receive updates and newsletters.
Have access to member protected pages
For these purposes we will contact you via email.
We may also contact you to notify you regarding your account, to troubleshoot problems with your account, to resolve a dispute, or as otherwise necessary to contact you to enforce our User Agreement, applicable national laws, and any agreement we may have with you
Questions and Group Contact Information
If you would like to: access, correct, amend or delete any personal information we have about you, you are invited to contact us at or write to us at : 26 Wilbrahams Way, Alsager, Cheshire, Stoke On Trent ST7 2NR. Please note that unsubscribing from the newsletter and blog will delete your contact details and information.
Leaving The CommuniTree - How to Unsubscribe
You can simply click 'unsubscribe' at the foot of the newsletter that is sent to you.
Unsubscribing means that your data will not be 'processed' i.e. your contact details will be erased and you will not receive any further communications and your details will be erased from the group database.
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In accordance with the GDPR, you are informed that cookies are used on this site. The cookies used on this site are listed below.
Cookie name - Life span - Purpose
sv Session - Persistent - Identifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site
hs Session - Security - XSRF-TOKEN
Persistent - Security - smSession
Persistent (Two weeks) - Identifies logged in site members
TSxxxxxxxx (where x is replaced with a random series of numbers and letters) - Persistent - Security
TSxxxxxxxx_d (where x is replaced with a random series of numbers and letters) - Persistent - Security
What is the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on May 25th, 2018, aims to protect the fundamental right to privacy and the protection of personal data of European Union (EU) citizens.
This regulation affects any entity (including websites) that processes EU citizens' personal data.
Here is the link to the official website for the European Commission and GDPR