News

  • October Newsletter

    Whilst Andrew is away on his holiday it leaves me to write this month’s newsletter. I will try my hardest to keep up with Andrew’s professionalism and begin with a few of his Fathers country sayings:

    Much rain in October;
    Much wind in December.

    For every fog in October,
    A snow in Winter.

    It doesn’t seem like five minutes since we started this year and now here we are in October already, with our new faces, Patrick, George and Tom already settling in, most of you may already be passing them orders and seeing them on deliveries. Last month, some of the team completed the 2018 Grail Quest Race, after having recovered sufficiently from their go in 2015. 10k and over 30 muddy obstacles this time, they worked as a team to complete it and the rest of us joined them with a well earned pint (or 10) afterwards at a BBQ at Andrews!

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  • GDPR Readiness

    Stanton Farm Supplies is now a GDPR concious company. When you contact us we may collect some of your personal data. Your data will not be shared outside of our company and will be kept in a secure fashion, used only to process your request.

    We will endeavour, where possible, to comply with your right to:

     

    • Access the data we hold on you
    • Erase the data we hold on you
    • Restrict the processing of the data we hold on you and see where it is being used
    • Object if you are unhappy with our use of your data and how we have protected it

    Your data security is important to us and we will aim to address any objections or queries regarding data protection within 1 month.
    If you believe we have failed to comply with your rights, please report your concerns to our Data Controller [email protected]

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  • New website goes live…

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    Our NEW website combines our latest product information for existing and new customers within our existing delivery area. We have also put together a range of products that we feel lend themselves to be marketed from our new online shop to customers outside our existing trading area.

    Within our delivery area we are trying to make use where possible of our suppliers websites via the links on the ‘Products’ page to show the full range that we have access to.

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