Privacy and terms

When you provide us with your personal information, ie when you contact us, we take reasonable precautions to protect that information. We may share your details within the Association in order to best help you, but we will never sell or pass your details outside of the Association nor use it for unnecessary purposes.

This website uses Google Analytics to help us analyse how visitors use this site. Google Analytics uses cookies (see below) to collect anonymous data about our visitors. Examples of the data collected includes how many times the site is visited, the countries our visitors are from (based on their internet service provider) and which pages visitors view. None of the data collected via Google Analytics can personally identify you. Data collected by Google Analytics is sent to Google and used to compile statistical reports for this site only. Data is collected within the bounds of their Privacy Policy and you can opt out at any time

Our Facebook social plugin also uses cookies as an extension of your Facebook usage experience. This personal information is sent to Facebook and not us. We will only know about your interactions with Facebook if you carry out certain tasks, such as commenting on our page, liking our page or comments on it, or sharing content from our page or to our page. Click here to read about how the Facebook social plugin works and click here to view the Facebook privacy policy

Cookies are text files which are stored on your computer. They enhance your experience using the website, such as remembering who you are when you have logged in. They also help us receive anonymous data about website usage, and extend your Facebook usage experience. If you do not accept cookies on our website, your user experience may be affected. 

If you log in to our members area, a cookie will be placed on your computer to remember who you are so you are not constantly asked to log in. This cookie serves no other purpose and will be removed once you have logged out.

Our statistics service, Google Analytics, also uses cookies. As explained above, the purpose of this is to collect anonymous data about usage of this website. You can opt out of this at any time via this page, which will place a cookie explicitly blocking the collection of anonymous data for statistical purposes.

The Facebook social plug in also uses cookies, as explained above. If you wish to stop this, visit the Your Online Choices website. You may also want to consider installing an ad blocking plugin for your internet browser, such as AdBlock Plus.


All content on this site, unless otherwise stated, is Copyright © Vale of York T'ai Chi Qigong Association and its contributors and should not be used without our permission. We ask you not to copy, reproduce or otherwise edit or use our content. Commercial use, including charitable, of our content requires our express permission. Personal use, including academic, is permitted without prior permission.

Any links to other websites, details about events or news items that we publish is provided "as is" and without warranty - we accept no responsibility for errors or omissions, nor for the content of third party websites. Provision of such material does not suggest or confirm endorsement by the Association.