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How we use cookies

When you visit our website we use cookies. Cookies store information about you using small files which are sent to us by your computer or another access device. We use cookies to facilitate authentication, presentation and website analytics. Cookies make the interaction between users and websites faster and easier. Without cookies, it would be very difficult for our website to function without problems.

We mainly use cookies because they save time and make your browsing experience more efficient and enjoyable. We also use analytical cookies for the purposes of collecting information about how you use the website, this allows us to make the website better and makes us aware of any errors stopping you from being able to do what you want.

By using our website you’re agreeing to our privacy and cookie policies and use thereof. If you do not agree to such use please see the ‘Managing Cookies’ section below for details on how to adjust your browser settings.

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Managing Cookies

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You can find more information about cookies and how to manage them here on the Microsoft website.


The privacy policy at explains how we gather, use and protect the details of visitors to our website and clients attending Cheshire Natural Health for treatment.

Personal information/ Data retention

Cheshire Natural Health is committed to ensuring that any information that you give us is protected. We require the following information from clients to enable us to book appointments, identify the client and contact the client as required regarding appointments or other matters: Full name, Date of Birth, Address, telephone number and email address. Personal information (such as name, email etc.) of clients is never collected without consent. This information can only be accessed by authorised staff logging on using secure passwords. We do not store any details about your medical history or treatment progress on our Database.

You can request to see this information at any time or request that your details are changed or removed from the database by writing to the Data Controller at our business address, or emailing us directly, and we will do except for where we have a legal obligation to keep these records for example for tax purposes or information which may be necessary for insurance claims. We will keep this information for 7 years after your last appointment, after which the details will be archived, removing any information which can identify you.

Any medical records that we store at the business premises on behalf of the practitioners are kept in a locked cabinet which can only be accessed by the practitioner and the receptionist responsible for filing the notes. These notes are kept for a time that is required by the individual regulating bodies (please check with the individual practitioner for the specific legislation) . You can request to see this information at any time by writing to us at our business address, or emailing us directly.

Third parties used by Cheshire Natural Health to process information have committed to operating in accordance with the new Data Protection laws.

We use Rushcliff to host our appointment diary system, .

We use  Mailchimp to send you information which we believe will be of interest to you, for example new treatments, special offers, workshops, open days etc. You and unsubscribe to these emails at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link on the email, or simply contacting us directly. Visitor input forms such as those of contact form and online contact form have fields for entering personal information. This information is never displayed on the site or shared. We will keep this information until you ask for it to be removed.

We will NEVER share, sell or rent your personal information to any party, unless requested or authorised by yourself, for example to provide details of your treatment to GP, consultant or other practitioner.

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Data Controller

For the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998, the data controller is Tracey Turton, Cheshire Natural Health, Beehive House, Tarporley Road, Stretton, Warrington WA4 4ND. In case of any questions relating to privacy, or how we handle your data, please contact Tracey Turton on [email protected], or in writing at the business address above. If you have a complaint which is not resolved to your satisfaction you can contact the Information Commissioners office: https// or 0303 123 1113