Our commitment to your privacy

(effective from 1st August 2018)

We are Sunnyfields) whose registered address is CM7 5PH. All references in this privacy policy to “we/our/us” refer to Sunnyfields Honey & Home.

Your privacy is of the utmost importance to us, and our privacy policy explains what information we gather about you and how we use it. We may update our privacy policy from time to time, and we’ll put the date of the most recent revisions on this page, so please check it before sending us any personal information.


“Personal data” is any information about you and which could identify you.

“Special categories of personal data” includes information about your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data, health data, sex life or sexual orientation.

“Processing” means any use of your personal data e.g. collecting, recording, storing, amending, disclosing, retrieving or destroying it.

“Data controller” is the person or body who, alone or with others, is in charge of how and why your personal data is processed.

“Data processor” is the person or body who processes your personal data for the data controller.

“Application” means the hardware or software which collects your personal data, so for us this includes the Sunnyfields Honey and Home website.

“User” means you, the person using an application.

Information we gather and track

We collect and process a range of personal data.  We collect it in several different ways, including when you’re accessing or signing up to our services, activities or online content.

These are the general categories of personal data we may collect and process about you, depending on the purpose:

  1. Profile data – for example, your name or gender.

  2. Contact data – for example, your email address, postal address, land line or mobile number.

  3. Application data – for example, registration and authentication

  4. Usage data – this is information collected automatically from applications (or third-party services employed by Sunnyfields), for example IP addresses or domain names of the computers you use, length of time spent on each page.

  5. Correspondence data – for example, email, telephone conversation notes, live chat, surveying, complaints, letters.

  6. Telephone data – for example, inbound call details, dialled numbers, recordings.

  7. Competition data – for example, entrants and winners via our website, social media platforms, magazines.

  8. Public relations data – for example, journalist details, client success stories and images.

An application may also provide you, upon request, with additional information about particular services or the collection and processing of your personal data.


Our applications and services are not designed for use by anyone under the age of 16.

We will never knowingly ask anyone under the age of 18 to submit personal information without parental consent.

How we use your information

We use your personal information to maintain and manage your account, deliver the services you’ve requested, and enhance your experience of our services.

This includes providing you with:

  • Our services, activities or online content, and giving you information about them;

  • The most user-friendly, online navigation experience;

  • Personalised services where we analyse the information you supply, as well as your activity on our (and other) services, in order to offer you a more relevant service;

  • Information which may be of interest to you (where you consent to receiving this);

It also includes:

  • Dealing with your requests and enquiries;

  • Managing Sunnyfields competitions;

  • Sending you surveys and other administrative and marketing communications;

  • Usin prospecting and retargeting services provided by, for example, Google and Facebook;

  • Listening to telephone recordings in response to queries, or for training and development purposes;

  • Using IP addresses and device identifiers to identify your location, to block disruptive use, to establish the number of visits from different countries, and to determine whether you’re accessing the services from the UK.

  • Using and disclosing information in aggregate (so no individuals are identified) for marketing and strategic development purposes;

We use tracking information to determine which areas of our sites you like and don’t like, based on the overall traffic to those areas. We don’t track what you read, but instead how well each page performs overall. We track search terms entered in search functions as one of many measures of what interests our users, but we don’t track which terms a particular user enters. This all helps us build a better service for you.

Contacting you for marketing purposes

We’ll only send you marketing emails or contact you where you’ve given us your consent for this.

We may personalise the message content based upon any information you’ve given to us and your use of our applications.

You can “opt out” of marketing communications at any time – email us at sunnyfieldshoney@gmail.com and insert “UNSUBSCRIBE” as the subject, or click on the “UNSUBSCRIBE” link at the bottom of marketing emails.

Sharing your personal information with third parties

We make contracts with other companies to obtain services on our behalf, including credit-card processing, marketing services, delivery, and conducting surveys. We provide these companies only with the information they need to perform these specific services, and they are permitted to use the information only for those purposes, or as required by law, or if you’ve agreed to any additional use or sharing of your information.

International data transfers

If we transfer any of your personal information outside the EEA (European Economic Area) to an “international recipient” (e.g. where we use an off-shore, Cloud-based provider to store data), we’ll ensure that recipient complies with all applicable data-protection laws.

Any transfer of your data will be subject to adequate levels of protection that will safeguard your privacy rights and give you remedies in the unlikely event of a security breach.

How long your information is kept for

We, and any companies processing your data on our behalf, only keep information about you for as long as we need to. Our internal retention policy has varying retention periods for different categories of information, depending on our legal obligations and whether there is a commercial need, such as answering customer-account queries. When your personal information is deleted, it’s anonymised for analytical purposes.

We will remove your data from our systems at the end of the applicable data retention periods, unless we are required by current or future law to retain your personal information for a longer period.

How your information is protected

We take the security of your personal information seriously. We have internal policies and controls in place to protect personal data against loss, accidental destruction, misuse or disclosure, and to ensure data is not accessed without our authorisation.

Where we use third parties to process personal data on our behalf, they:

  • Do so under contract and on the basis of our written instructions.

  • Have a duty of confidentiality.

  • Have to implement appropriate measures to ensure the security of data.

All personally identifiable information is subject to restricted access to prevent unauthorised access, modification or misuse. Please note, however, that we may release your personal data if required to do so by law, search warrant, subpoena or court order.

While we take commercially reasonable measures to ensure the safety and security of your data, due to the inherent risks with the Internet, we are unable to warrant the absolute security of your data when using our services.

Your rights

As a data subject, you have a number of rights regarding your personal information.

Subject access requests

You have the right to make a subject-access request. If you do so, we’ll tell you:

  • Whether or not your data is processed and if so, why, the categories of personal data concerned, and the source of the data if it’s not provided directly by you.

  • To whom your data may be disclosed, including any recipients outside the EEA and safeguards apply to such transfers.

  • For how long your personal data is stored (or how that period is decided).

  • Your rights to have your data corrected or erased, or to restrict or object to its processing.

  • Your right to complain to the Information Commissioner if you think we’ve failed to comply with your data-protection rights.

  • Whether or not we carry out automated decision-making, and the logic involved in any such decision-making.

We’ll also provide you with a copy of the personal data that is being processed. This will normally be in electronic form if you’ve made a request electronically, unless you agree otherwise. If you want additional copies, we’ll charge a fee based on the administrative cost of doing this.

We normally respond to a request within one month of the date we receive it. In some cases, such as where we process large amounts of your data, we may respond within three months of the date we receive your request; we’ll write to you within one month of receiving your original request if this is the case.

If a subject-access request is manifestly unfounded or excessive (i.e. one which repeats a request we have already responded to), we don’t have to comply with it, but we will let you know that this is the case. Alternatively, we can agree to respond but will charge a fee based on the administrative cost of doing so.

To obtain a copy of the personal data we hold about you, please write to us at:

Privacy Co-ordinator, Sunnyfields Honey & Home, 2 Willoughby’s Lane, High Garrett, Braintree, Essex, CM7 5PH, enclosing your postal details and proof of identification (a copy of your driving licence or passport, signed and dated by you).

Other rights

You also have a number of other rights over your personal data. You can request that we correct inaccurate data and that we stop processing any data that is inaccurate or if there is a dispute about whether or not your interests override Sunnyfields’ legitimate grounds for processing it.

You can also request that we stop processing, or erase, any data:

  • That is no longer necessary.

  • If your interests override our legitimate grounds for holding or processing it (where we rely on our legitimate interests as a reason for holding or processing data).

  • If processing it is unlawful.

Send your request to sunnyfieldshoney@gmail.com. In some cases, we may need to ask for proof of identification before we can process it. We’ll let you know if we need to verify your identity and the documents required for doing so.


In those cases where we need your consent to process your information, we will ask you to make a positive indication (e.g. to tick a box or insert your contact details on the relevant form or web page requiring consent). By actively providing us with your consent, you are stating that you have been informed as to the type of personal information that will be processed, the reasons for such processing, how it will be used, for how long it will be kept, who else will have access to it and what your rights are as a data subject and that you have read and understood this privacy policy.

Registration and authentication

By registering or authenticating your personal information with us, you allow our applications to identify you and give you access to dedicated services.

Third parties may provide registration and authentication services. When this is the case, the application may be able to access some data, stored by these third party services, for registration or identification purposes.

Linking to other websites

Our applications may contain hyperlinks to websites owned and operated by third parties. These websites have their own privacy policies about the use of personal information you submit while visiting them, so it’s a good idea to review them. We don’t accept any responsibility or liability for the privacy practices of such third party websites.

System logs and maintenance

For operation and maintenance purposes, an application and any third party services may collect files that record interaction with an application (system logs) or use for this purpose other personal data (such as an IP address).

Usage tracking

We track user traffic patterns throughout all our sites. While we don’t link this to data about individual users, we do break down overall usage statistics according to a user’s domain name, browser type and MIME type (i.e. identifying files on the internet according to their nature and format).


We use cookies to give you the best browsing experience and to help us understand how you use our site. Cookies are small snippets of data stored on your computer and other devices by the websites you visit. Some have already been set. By continuing to use our website you are accepting our use of cookies.

Different kinds of cookies do different things, ranging from making a website work to making it easier to use and enabling website owners to understand more about their visitors.

We use cookies to:

  • Ensure your privacy is safeguarded in any secure area.

  • Gather information about which pages are most relevant to our visitors.

  • Store details you enter into our calculators, tools and demos so you can make the most of our online services.

  • Store details of your marketing, product and other preferences to enhance your visits.

  • Evaluate how effective our advertising and promotions have been to improve our performance.

We don’t use cookies to:

  • Store information which enables you to be personally identified.

  • Track your browsing after you’ve left our websites.

  • Sell or distribute cookie data (without your consent).

Up-to-date browsers give you the option to accept or decline cookies. This applies to every website you visit.

If you switch off cookies at the browser level, your device won’t be able to accept cookies from any website, which means you’ll struggle to access the secure area of any website you use and you won’t enjoy the best browsing experience when you’re online.

Should you wish to reject or block the use of cookies, you can do so at any time, usually by clicking ‘Help’ on your browser. Cookies are specific to individual browsers so if you use more than one browser, you will need to delete cookies on each browser.

To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.


This website (excluding linked sites) is controlled by Sunnyfields, which is a company established in England. The site can be accessed from other countries around the world. This privacy policy is governed by British law. You also agree and hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Great Britain with respect to such matters.

Your personal data may be used for legal purposes by Sunnyfields, in court or in the stages leading to possible legal action arising from improper use of this application or the related services.

You (the user) declare to be aware that Sunnyfields (the data controller) may be required to reveal personal data if requested to by public authorities.

Extent of terms

The services on this website are only for residents of the United Kingdom. Information regarding products, services, rates and promotions are applicable to this country only. The materials contained in the site and applications are inappropriate for, not available in and irrelevant to, any other location.

How to contact us

If you any questions or comments about our privacy policy, please contact us at: