Your online privacy is important.


Personal information

The only ways you will be giving us personal information on Belfast Friendship Club’s website are by:

  • following the blog,
  • posting comments, or
  • filling a ‘contact us’ form.

We will only use this information to deal with your request

We will not pass on your personal details to any other person or organisation without your permission.



If you are following this blog and decide you don’t want to hear from us anymore, you can unsubscribe at any time.

You can also email us to ask us to remove you from any mailing list that you have agreed to be on at any time.


What  about ‘cookies’?

This site uses cookies (small tracking files) to find out how often it is read, from which parts of the world, whether it has been found through a search engine or a referrer like Facebook, what sort of key words have been used to find it.

These cookies do not track your personal information and they do not harm computers.

If you follow or comment on this blog or any blog, a cookie is installed on your computer.  These cookies are essential for you to receive notifications of future posts and, again, they do not harm computers.


The science bits about WordPress cookies and Google Analytics cookies


However, if you wish to disable cookies on your computer, you can follow these instructions:


Social media

If you use the sharing options in the pages and posts of our website – Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc – you are redirected to those sites. Then, their own cookies policies apply.