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STUNNING RUGS FOR YOUR HOME

Since the company was founded in 1975, Agnella has become a name synonymous with unique and stylish wool rug designs of the finest quality. Each piece is designed and made by our highly skilled team using the latest technology, creating beautiful and individual pieces to be enjoyed now and for many years to come.

We know from over 40 years of experience that even the smallest detail can yield remarkable effects. Our experienced weavers ensure each thread is perfectly placed and our craftsmen inspect and hand finish each rug. The meticulous attention to every detail and the experience of our people are what makes Agnella rugs unique.

Today the Agnella brand is part of the Brintons Carpets group, one of the largest producers of fine quality carpets in the world. Our wool rugs and carpets can be found in palaces, hotels and casinos across the globe.

The beauty of raw wool inspires each rug design that we create

and many are crafted using undyed wool of varying hues in order to celebrate this incredible natural material’s true colours. As well as being attractive to the eye, undyed wool is also kind to our environment, using less water during production and no chemical dyes.

High on style yet low on environmental impact, Agnella wool rugs show that beauty and sustainability truly can go hand in hand. One of the world’s few, genuinely sustainable materials, wool is long-lasting, incredibly hardwearing and completely biodegradable. Teamed with timeless Agnella design, wool is a rewarding choice for both your home and the planet.
Wool is an amazing natural fibre and is the perfect material to produce beautiful rugs that will stand the test of time. Wool provides comfort underfoot and is insulating. It absorbs sound to give a sense of calm and tranquillity and is naturally fire resistant too. The protective natural waxy coating on wool fibres makes wool products resistant to staining and a wool rug will also pick up less dust as wool is naturally anti-static.

 

“Brintons has a long established partnership with British Wool and is proud to support British farmers.”

 

Free Delivery

Please allow 5-10 working days to receive your order.

RETURNS

If you wish to return an item within 14 days of receipt please contact us by email stating your name, address and order number using the email below.

agnellarugs@brintons.co.uk.

Please repack the item securely for transport using the original packaging if possible.  Goods returned must be  returned in its original state .

A charge of £50 will be applied for goods being returned for reasons other than accepted manufacturing faults.

FAULTY GOODS

Please ensure that you check all items on receipt and report any damage of faults in writing to us within 2 days of receiving the goods using the email below.  Please provide details of the complaint – in particular, the date of purchase of the goods, proof of purchase and the type of defect.

agnellarugs@brintons.co.uk

 

Terms and Conditions Online Shop

CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS
1. DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of these Regulations, the following terms mean:

a) Regulations – these Regulations for the operation of the Online Store

b) Seller – BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o., NIP 542-020-14-98, REGON 050004520, share capital PLN 23,650,000, registered by the District Court in Białystok, XII Commercial Division of the National Court Register 0000657107, ul. Gen. Władysława Andersa 42, 15 – 113 Białystok

c) Online Store or Store – an on-line sales service run by the Seller, available to Customers, under which the Customer may purchase Goods. The online store is available at : https://shop.britishwool.org.uk/

d) Cart – a script that is part of the store used to place an order by the Customer, an element of the Store, with the help of which the Customer determines the details of his order. These details concern: the quantity of ordered products, delivery address, invoice data , delivery method, payment method

e) Product – product/s offered to the Customer by the Seller via the Online Store, f) Customer – a natural person over 18 years of age and is capable of entering into binding contracts or legal person or other entity able to conclude agreements

g) the Consumer – natural person with an entrepreneur legal action – purchase – not directly linked led by its business or professional activity

h) of the Civil Code – Act on April 23, 1964 of the Civil Code (i.e. Journal of Laws 2019.1145 as amended)

i) Administrator – in accordance with art. 4 Section 4 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016. On the protection of individuals in relation to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such
data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC (General Regulation on data protection, GDPR, EU EU L No. 119, p. 1), means a natural or legal person, public authority, unit or other entity that independently or jointly with others determines the purposes and methods of personal data processing

j) Entrepreneur with the rights of a Consumer – a natural person concluding a contract with the Seller directly related to his business activity, if the content of this contract shows that he does not have a professional character for that person, resulting in particular from the subject of his business activity, made available on the basis of the provisions on the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity.

2. GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. These Regulations regulate all matters related to the use of the https://shop.britishwool.org.uk/ Online Store (hereinafter the “Store”), in particular, define the terms and conditions of using the Store, as well as the rights and obligations of the Seller and the Buyer.
2. The store is a retailer of rugs labelled with the material composition of the rug and size via the Internet. Shipments of ordered goods are carried out from the Republic of Poland.
3. Before using the Store, the Customer is obliged to read these Regulations, the Privacy Policy and all attachments. The condition for placing an order in the Store is the acceptance of all provisions of the Regulations and reading the information clause regarding the processing of personal data. The Regulations are an integral part of the sales contract concluded with the Customer.
4. The Regulations may be saved or printed using the standard functions of the web browser (“Save as” or “Print” functions).
5. The administrator of personal data is BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o., NIP 542-020-14-98, REGON 050004520, share capital PLN 23,650,000, registered by the District Court in Białystok, XII Commercial Division of the National Court Register 0000657107, ul. Gen. Władysława Andersa 42, 15 – 113 Białystok.
6. With the company BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. you can contact the address indicated in § 2 para. 5 or at the e-mail address AgnellaRugs@brintons.co.uk.
7. Agreements in the Store are concluded in English.
8. All products offered in the Store are new and free from defects.
9. The photos of goods posted in the Store may differ in colour from the actual colours of the goods due to the different configuration of the Customers’ computer equipment.
10. The offer presented by the Store on the website does not constitute an offer within the meaning of Art. 66 of the Civil Code, and is only an invitation to conclude a contract. Each order placed via the Store will be binding only if it is confirmed by the Seller.

3. PRICES AND PROMOTIONAL OFFERS
1. The prices of the goods presented on the Store’s website are expressed in Pounds Sterling and are gross prices, i.e. they include duties, and tax on goods and services (VAT).
2. The price of the product given on the website at the time of placing the order is the final price, binding for the Customer and the Seller.
3. The prices of goods listed on the Store’s website includes the costs of product and delivery.
4. An invoice confirming the contract is issued for each transaction.
5. The Seller reserves the right to change the selling prices of the goods on offer, the possibility of carrying out and cancelling promotional campaigns or introducing changes to them without prior notice. The changes do not apply to previously placed orders.
6. The Seller reserves that the products marked as “Promotional” are available while stocks last or until the end of the Promotion.
CHAPTER II. SUBMISSION AND FULFILLMENT OF THE ORDER

4. CONDITIONS FOR SUBMITTING ORDERS AND CONCLUSION OF A SALE
AGREEMENT
The Customer places an order at the store, and at the same time confirms they are familiar with the Regulations, Privacy Policy, shop and contained in them classified information concerning the processing of personal data and accepts contained in these provisions.
1. Orders can be placed in the Store around the clock, on all days of the year.
2. The content of the Store’s website constitutes an invitation to conclude a contract within the meaning of art. 71 of the Civil Code, and therefore the mere placement of an order by the Customer does not mean the conclusion of the contract.
3. The date of delivery of the products presented in the Store are given on the page of the specific product. In exceptional situations, e.g. in the case of simultaneous placing of orders for the same goods by several customers, or when the amount of goods ordered by the Customer is greater than the amount available in the warehouse, it may happen that the goods will not be available. In this case, the order will be cancelled and the fee will be returned to the Customer’s account.
4. In order to enable the Seller to fulfill the order and thus the sales contract, it is necessary to provide personal data in the scope of: name, surname, address or other address for the delivery of goods, e-mail address, telephone number. Information on data processing can be found in § 11 of these Regulations.
5. The Customer makes a commitment to the Seller when he accepts the order by entering payment information and confirming order
6. After sending the order the Customer receives from the Seller’s order confirmation, in the form of an e-mail given to him, and number information, ie .: – data vendors, – Customer data along with the delivery address, – the details of the Goods ordered, – the total gross price, – method and date of payment.
9. The confirmation of placing the order is confirmed by the fact that the Customer’s order has been received by the Seller.
10. The condition for starting the order fulfillment process is the payment for the ordered goods. The payment shall be deemed to be made when the payment is credited to the Seller’s account.
11. After receiving the payment and verifying the order, the Seller will send the Customer in the form of an e-mail a declaration of acceptance of the Order – confirming the conclusion of the contract. The accepted order will receive the status “In progress” and the Seller will start preparing the order for shipment to the Customer.
12. The Seller’s declaration of acceptance of the order means the conclusion of a sales contract between the Customer and the Seller.

5. PAYMENT METHOD
1. Payments in the store are made via Stripe
2. The payment card operator is Stripe, 510 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA94103 United States.

6. EXECUTION OF THE CONTRACT
1. The Customer’s order is accepted for execution after the order is verified and confirmation of positive authorisation is received from the Stripe system,
2. The goods shipment date, counted in working days, is specified on the product page. By placing an order, the Customer agrees to the delivery time specified on the product card.
3. In the case of placing an order for several products with different delivery times, the Seller will send the products by one shipment within the time equal to the longest of
the delivery dates for the ordered products, unless the Customer wishes to ship the
products separately for an additional fee.
4. The goods are sent to the address specified in the order via a courier company. This
takes place on working days from Monday to Friday.
5. The delivery is made to the address indicated by the Customer. The courier is not
obliged to check the permissions of the people collecting the parcel at this address. In
the event that delivery is not possible or severely hampered due to supplying the
Customer a wrong address or refuse to accept the shipment – the responsibility for it
borne by the Client.
§ 7. METHOD AND COSTS OF DELIVERY OF GOODS
1. The costs of delivering the ordered products are each time given when placing the
order, immediately before and at the time of approval and placing the order. Delivery
costs are included in the total value of the order.
2. Before collecting the parcel from the courier, please check that the packaging has not
been damaged in transit. In case the package is damaged shipments or violations,
please check the shipment at the time of receipt and in the presence of the carrier. If the
goods are damaged, please write down a damage report, which will be signed by the
Customer and the Courier, and immediately inform the Seller about this
fact.
CHAPTER III. RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL, WARRANTY FOR DEFECTS AND COMPLAINTS,
EXTRAJUDICIAL METHODS OF DEALING WITH COMPLAINTS AND CLAIMING.
§ 8. WITHDRAWAL FROM THE CONSUMER AND ENTREPRENEURS CONTRACT WITH
CONSUMER RIGHTS
1. The provisions of this section apply only to Consumers and Entrepreneurs with
consumer rights
2. Pursuant to Art. 27 of the Act of May 30, 2014 on consumer rights (ie Journal of Laws
of 2020, item 287) and art. 1 of the Act dated 31 July 2019 ro amendments to some
laws in order to reduce the regulatory burden (Journal of Laws of 2019 Pos. 1145)
Client being a consumer and a trader on consumer rights, which bought the goods at a
distance – by means of Store – has the right to withdraw from the contract without
giving any reason within 14 days (to meet the deadline, it is enough to send a statement
before its expiry). The period for withdrawing from the contract begins on the day the
Goods are taken over by the Consumer and the Entrepreneur with the rights of the
Consumer.
3. The Consumer and the Entrepreneur with the rights of a consumer shall be liable for
the decrease in the value of the Good as a result of using it in a way that goes beyond
what is necessary to establish its nature, characteristics and functioning.
4. The declaration of the Consumer and the Entrepreneur on the rights of the Consumer
on the withdrawal from the contract may be submitted to the Seller in any form
revealing his will to withdraw from the contract, e.g. – in writing sent to the address of
the Seller, – by e-mail sent to the address Agnellarugs@brintons.co.uk.

5. In order to make it easier for the Consumer and the Entrepreneur to exercise the right
to withdraw from the contract, the Seller provides the withdrawal form , which is
attached as Annex 3 to these Regulations. The Consumer and the Entrepreneur with
consumer rights may also use the model withdrawal form constituting Annex 2 to the
Act of 30 May 2014 on consumer rights. The Consumer and the Entrepreneur with the
rights of the Consumer is obliged to return the goods to the Seller immediately, but not
later than within 14 days from the date on which he withdrew from the contract (to
meet the deadline, it is enough to return the goods before its expiry). The Seller is
obliged to immediately, no later than within 14 days of receiving the consumer’s
statement on withdrawal from the contract, return to the consumer and the
Entrepreneur on Consumer rights all payments received from the Consumer minus the
cost of return delivery at £50. Return cost deduction only applicable in the event of a
change non fault/change of mind scenario. Complaints for manufacturing fault incur
no return delivery cost, with the provision that if the Consumer and the Entrepreneur
chooses a method of delivery other than the cheapest standard delivery method offered
by the Seller, the Seller returns to the Consumer and Entrepreneur on the Consumer’s
rights the cheapest delivery cost offered in the Store and is not obliged to return to the
Consumer and Entrepreneurs on the rights of a Consumer incurred by him additional
costs.
6. The Seller may withhold the reimbursement of the received payments to the Consumer
and the Entrepreneur with the rights of the Consumer until the Goods are received back
or the Consumer and the Entrepreneur with the rights of the Consumer provide proof
of its return ( depending on which event occurs first).
7. The Consumer should return the goods to the following address: BRINTONS
AGNELLA Sp. z o.o., Online Store, 15-113 Białystok, ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 42, with
the annotation “RETURN – BRITISH WOOL”.
8. In order to efficiently handle the return, please attach the return form available here to
the returned Goods and send the Goods back in a packaging that protects against
damage.
9. The direct costs of returning the Goods to the Seller at a cost of £50 are borne by the
Customer in the event of a non-manufacturing fault return e.g, change of mind
10. The refund will be made in the same form as the purchase was made. The Seller does
not verify the account from which the payment for the ordered Goods was made, as
well as such verification is not made when the price of the Goods is returned.
§ 9. WARRANTY FOR DEFECTS AND COMPLAINTS
1. The Seller is obliged to provide the Customer with the Goods without defects. The
basis and scope of the Seller’s liability towards the Customer, if the sold Goods have a
physical or legal defect, are defined by the provisions of the Civil Code, i.e. Journal of
Laws 2019.1145, in particular in art. 556 et seq.
2. The complaint may be submitted by the Customer: – in writing to the address indicated
in § 1 point b of the Regulations. – in electronic form via e-mail to the following
address: AgnellaRugs@brintons.co.uk – in any other way sufficiently revealing the will
of the Customer.
3. In order to make it easier for the Customer to submit a complaint, the Seller
recommends filling in the complaint form constituting Appendix No. 1 to these
Regulations.
4. It is recommended that the Customer provide in the description of the complaint
information and circumstances regarding the subject of the complaint, in particular: –
the date of purchase of the goods from the Seller and proof of this fact, – the type and
date of the defect, – requests as to the manner of complaint processing, e.g. repairing
the defect, replacement of the Goods, price reduction, refund in the event of
withdrawal from the contract, – contact details of the complainant – this will facilitate
and accelerate the consideration of the complaint by the Seller.

5. The Seller will respond to the Customer’s complaint immediately, no later than within
14 Calendar days from the date of its receipt. Failure to respond to the Seller within the
above-mentioned period means that the Seller considered the complaint justified. In
case the Seller considers the complaint justified, inform you of the manner and the
time of its settlement. In Depending on the nature of the defect, the ease and speed of
repair or replacement of the goods the Seller cannot consider the request and otherwise
deal with a request under the rules set out in the Civil Code.
6. At the same time as submitting the complaint, the Customer is obliged to send the
product to the Seller, at the Seller’s expense, to the address indicated in § 1 para. 5 of
the Regulations. The advertised goods should be rolled up and properly secured for
transport. Goods, the complaint of which is not recognized by the Seller, will be
returned to the Buyer. In such a situation, the Seller may charge the Buyer with the
costs of such shipment.
7. The Seller is liable under the warranty if the defect is found before the expiry of two
years from the delivery of the Goods to the Customer. This time limit runs afresh in the
event of a product replacement.
8. A claim for the removal of a defect or replacement of an item with a defect- free item
shall expire after 6 months from the date of notification and acceptance of the defect.
If the Buyer is a consumer, the limitation period may not end before the expiry of the
period specified in point 8, first sentence.
9. In case of any doubts related to the complaint submission procedure, the Customer
may obtain instructions by sending an e-mail to the following address:
Agnellarugs@brintons.co.uk.
§ 10. EXTRAJUDICIAL METHODS OF SETTLING COMPLAINTS AND CLAIMS BY THE
CONSUMER
1. The use of the available extrajudicial means of dealing with complaints and redress is
voluntary – both parties must agree to the proceedings, and the Seller will each time
decide in a specific case about his participation in the out-of-court dispute resolution,
about which he will notify the Consumer in response to the complaint.
2. The Consumer may obtain free assistance in resolving an individual dispute between
the Consumer and the Seller using free legal assistance from the municipal or poviat
consumer ombudsman or a social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer
protection.
3. The Consumer has, inter alia, the following options to use an out – of -court settlement
of the dispute between the Consumer and the Seller:
4. applying to the provincial inspector of the Trade Inspection with a request to initiate
proceedings for an out-of-court dispute resolution,
5. applying to the permanent arbitration court operating at the Provincial Inspector of
Trade Inspection with a request to settle the dispute arising from the concluded sales
contract.
6. The list of all provincial inspectorates of the Trade Inspection and permanent
arbitration courts with their website addresses is available on the website of the Office
of Competition and Consumer Protection at: www.uokik.gov.pl/wazne_adresy.php.
7. The list of institutions dealing with out-of-court settlement of Consumer disputes along
with information on the type of cases dealt with by individual entities is available on
the website of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection at:
www.uokik.gov.pl. At the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer
Protection, there is also a contact point for out-of-court resolution of consumer
disputes and an online consumer dispute resolution system, whose tasks include,
among others, providing assistance to Consumers in cases relating to out-of-court
resolution of consumer disputes, in particular in disputes arising from cross-border
contracts. concluded with consumers.
8. The Consumer may use the platform of the online Cconsumer dispute resolution
system (ODR platform), in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 524/2013 of the
European Parliament and of the Council of May 21, 2013 on online dispute resolution
for consumer disputes and amending Regulation (EC) No. 2006/2004 and Directive
2009/22 / EC (Regulation on Consumer ODR ). The European ODR platform is to
facilitate the independent, impartial, transparent, effective, fast and fair out-of-court
settlement of disputes online between consumers and entrepreneurs regarding
contractual obligations arising from online sales contracts or contracts for the provision
of services concluded between consumers living in the European Union and
entrepreneurs based in European Union. ODR platforms can be found at:
https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/?event=main.home.show&lng=PL
CHAPTER IV COMMON PROVISIONS
§ 11. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
General information clause
BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. as the administrator of personal data, having regard to the
provisions of art. 13 Regulation of the European Parliament and the EU Council 2016/679 on
the protection of individuals in relation to the processing of personal data and on the free
movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC (general regulation on data
protection, called RODO, Acts. Office. UE. L No. 119, p. 1), provides information on the
processing of personal data:
1. The administrator of your personal data is BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. . The
Administrator’s seat is at ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 42, 15-113 Białystok.
2. The Administrator can be contacted via the e-mail address rodo@agnella.pl and by
mail to the address of the registered office.
3. In Depending on the purpose for which the data are processed, you may be asked to
provide a greater or lesser extent of the information necessary for the implementation
of services and tasks by BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o. o., including: name and
surname, correspondence address, e-mail address, telephone number, data necessary to
issue an invoice, bank account number for reimbursement, etc.
4. Personal data may be processed in order to: – conclude and perform the contract, as
well as make settlements in connection with the services provided in accordance with
e-commerce standards, – perform the administrator’s obligations under the provisions
of generally applicable law, including storing accounting documentation, – pursuing
claims related to the concluded contract, for the purpose of debt collection and
complaints, – providing information on goods offered by BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp.
z o.o. (email marketing), – handling contacts with customers and other interested
persons, including the implementation of inquiries, –

5. In Depending on the case, the basis for processing personal data can be: – agreement in
respect of the implementation of the contacts remain in the customer base, newsletter
mailings and commercial information by e-mail (Art. 6, paragraph. 1 point and RODO:
the person to whom the data subject has given his consent to the processing of your
personal data for one or more specific purposes ), which may be withdrawn at any
time, while the withdrawal of consent does not affect the legality of the processing of
personal data while the consent is in force), while BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o.
obtains consents on the basis of the provisions of the GDPR, the Act on the provision
of electronic services; – conclusion and performance of a contract (Article 6 (1) ( b ) of
the GDPR: processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data
subject is a party , or to take action at the request of the data subject before concluding
the contract ); – legal obligation of the administrator (Article 6 (1) (c) of the GDPR:
processing is necessary to fulfill the legal obligation incumbent on the administrator );
– legitimate interest pursued by the administrator (art. 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR:
processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the
controller or by a third party , except where these interests are overridden by the
interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject relate). We refer to the
legitimate interest of BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. during the analysis,
development, improvement and optimization of the website (primarily to ensure the
security of the website, networks and systems), as well as pursuing claims related to
the concluded contract, for the purpose of debt collection or complaints.

6. For personal data collected by BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. only authorized
employees as well as authorized and authorized persons and entities to whom the
Administrator entrusts the processing of personal data under concluded contracts for
entrusting data processing pursuant to art. 28 GDPR (e.g. entities providing courier
services, service providers, including IT systems). Personal data may be shared, among
others state authorities under the law, or other entities authorized under the law, in
order to perform the obligations incumbent on the Administrator (e.g. payment
operators). Personal data is not shared commercially with any entities.
7. Personal data is stored for the period necessary to achieve the purpose for which they
were collected and processed (including for the period of storing accounting
documentation resulting from legal provisions), until the end of the limitation periods
for claims related to the concluded contract, while personal data is processed for on the
basis of consent – until its withdrawal. Period of data processing can be extended if the
processing is necessary for the establishment and investigation of any claims or
defenses against them, and after that time only in the case and the extent to which they
require by law or expressed by your consent. After the expiry of the processing period,
the data is irreversibly deleted or anonymized.
8. You have the following rights, provided that the conditions set out in the provisions of
Art. 15-22 GDPR and it is not excluded by special provisions: – the right to
information on the processing of personal data, – the right to obtain a copy of the data,
– the right to rectify, – the right to delete data, – the right to limit processing ( except for
important reasons of public interest of the Republic of Poland Polish or European
Union), – the right to object to the processing, – the right to transfer data, – the right to
withdraw consent by e-mail informing BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o., – the right
to complain – if it is found that the processing of personal data violates the provisions
of the GDPR or other provisions on the protection of personal data (the data subject
may submit a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, ul.
Stawki 2, 00- 193 Warsaw, tel. 22 531 03 00).

9. Providing personal data is voluntary, but failure to provide data will prevent the
provision of services.
10. BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. does not transfer personal data to countries that do
not ensure an adequate level of protection.
11. A separate administrator of Customers’ personal data is the operator of the
Stripepayment system. Information on this subject can be found on the website
https://stripe.com/gb/privacy.
Information clause in connection with data processing on the social networking site
Facebook and Instagram
BRINTONS AGNELLA sp.z o.o. in order to promote its services and products, it has a
profile on Facebook and Instagram, where profile Users can post content, including their
personal data. BRINTONS AGNELLA sp.z o.o. is not responsible for content posted on
profiles, nor does it affect it in how your personal data will be processed by Facebook and
Instagram.
Administrator fulfilling the obligation specified in the Regulation of the European Parliament
and the EU Council 2016/679 of 27 April 2016. On the protection of individuals in relation to
the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of
Directive 95/46 / EC (general of the Data Protection Regulation , Journal of Laws UE. L No.
119, p. 1, as amended), informs that:
1. The administrator of your personal data is BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. The
Administrator’s seat is at ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 42, 15-113 Białystok. The
Administrator can be contacted via the e-mail address rodo@agnella.pl and by mail to
the address of the registered office.
2. You have the right to contact the Administrator in all matters related to the processing
of personal data and the exercise of rights under the general data protection
regulation.
3. Your personal data will / may be processed for the promotion of BRINTONS
AGNELLA z o.o. with its seat in Białystok. Placing by Mr / Ms content profile
Administrator on the social networking site Facebook and Instagram mean Ms / Mr
consent to the processing of personal data (legal basis Art. 6, paragraph. 1 letter f)
RODO), and keeping the profile is associated with the run by the Administrator
activities and constitutes the controller’s legitimate interest (legal basis: Article 6 (1) (f)
of the GDPR).
4. Personal data may be disclosed to persons authorized by the Administrator, entities
providing the Administrator with services, including technical and organizational
services, legal services, advisory services, financial services, as well as other entities /
persons / bodies within the scope and on the terms specified by law.
5. Personal data will not be transferred to a third country / international organization not
guarantee an adequate level of protection, but with attention to the functioning of the
social networking site Facebook and Instagram, access to data can be made in
accordance with the regulations of Facebook.
6. Personal data will be processed for: the period of use by the Administrator of the social
network as a promotion channel (legal basis: Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR), but no
longer than until you withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data (legal
basis: Art. 6 (1) (a ) of the GDPR), however, taking into account the provisions of the
regulations and the functionality of the Facebook and Instagram platforms ; the period
of limitation of claims specified in the provisions of law – in order to pursue claims and
defend against any claims related to the activity conducted by the Administrator, which
is the Administrator’s legitimate interest (legal basis: Article 6 (1) (f) of the
GDPR).
7. You have the right to request access to your personal data and the right to rectify it
(however, taking into account the provisions of the regulations and the functionality of
the Facebook and Instagram platforms).
8. In the event of withdrawal of consent to the processing of your data, you have the right
to request their removal from the Administrator’s resources (however, taking into
account the provisions of the regulations and the functionality of the Facebook and
Instagram platforms). In the cases specified by law, you have the right to request the
restriction of data processing, the right to transfer data, the right to object to data
processing.
9. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body dealing with the
protection of personal data, if you feel that the Administrator has violated the
provisions on the protection of personal data.
10. Providing your personal data by you is voluntary.
11. Personal data will not be used for automated decision-making in relation to you,
including profiling by the Administrator.
Please note that the Facebook and Instagram platform is integrated with the Facebook Inc.
offer, therefore it is possible that Facebook and Instagram process your personal data. For
more information on the purpose and scope of the collection, processing and use of data by
Facebook and Instagram, including information on your rights and setting options to protect
your privacy, please contact Facebook Inc. or reading the privacy policy of Facebook and
Instagram: (Facebook: www.facebook.com/policy.php, Instagram: https://plpl.facebook.com/help/instagram/155833707900388).
§ 12 COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS
1. All trademarks, service marks and company and trade names that are displayed on the
Store’s website are the property of the Seller. All content posted in the Store, including
text and graphics materials, photos, graphics, audio and video files and IT solutions,
are the property of the Seller, unless expressly stated otherwise.
2. This content is legally protected, in particular by copyright and without the consent of
the Seller, may be used only for personal use, may not be publicly used in any way
without the written consent of the Seller, reproduced, changed, etc. The content of the
Store’s website and its individual elements may not be modified, copied or published
for commercial purposes, unless the Seller agrees to it in writing.
3. The unlawful use of the registered trademark in the form of the Seller’s logo and name
is prohibited.
4. The Seller warns that infringement of copyright and other rights will be prosecuted
either in civil or criminal manner.
§ 13 COOKIES POLICY
1. The store uses the so-called cookies (cookies) on the terms set out in the Privacy
Policy.
CHAPTER V FINAL PROVISIONS
§ 14. GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. The Regulations are part of the sales contract concluded by the Seller and the
Customer.
2. The law applicable to sales contracts between the Customer and the Seller under the
conditions specified in the Regulations is Polish law.
3. Seller shall not apply a code of good practice for which specified in the Act of 23
August 2007. On counteracting unfair market practices.
§ 15. ENTRY INTO FORCE AND CHANGES TO THE REGULATIONS
1. The Regulations come into force on the day of publication on the Store’s website.
2. The store reserves the right to change the Regulations for important reasons, i.e.
change of the Seller’s data, change of the rules and forms of selling products,
introducing amenities or changes in connection with order handling, legal
requirements.
3. Amendments to the Regulations come into force on the date specified by the Seller,
with the proviso that the contracts concluded before the amendment to the Regulations
applied version of the Rules in force at the date of submission of the Order by the
Customer.
4. The new content of the Regulations will apply to the Customer after he accepts the
new Regulations when placing the order, about which he will be notified. The Seller
will inform the customers on the home page of the store about the new version of the
Regulations and will provide the versions of the Regulations before the changes and
the current version.
5. If any provision of the Regulations is considered invalid or illegal by a final court
decision , the remaining provisions shall remain in force.
APPENDIX NO . 1. COMPLAINT FORM
…………………………, on …………. twenty…. .
CUSTOMER DATA:
First name and last
name:
………………………………………………………………………………….
Address: ………………………………………………………………………………….
E-mail: ………………………………………………………………………………….
Tel. ………………………………………………………………………………….
SUBJECT OF THE COMPLAINT:
Date of purchase of
the goods: ………………………………………………………………………………….
product name
(please write down the
exact name from the
label):
………………………………………………………………………………….
No invoice or other
proof of purchase: ………………………………………………………………………………….
Value of goods in
Pounds Sterling:
………………………………………………………………………………….
NOTIFICATION OF COMPLAINTS ( description of defects and the circumstances of
their occurrence ):
………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………….
Date of finding the defect …………………………………… ..
CLAIMER’S REQUEST:
(___) replacement of the item with a non- defective one,
(___) defect removal,
(___) reduction of the price with the amount or proportion of the reduction
(___) withdrawal from the contract and reimbursement of the Costs paid by the Buyer
………………………………………………….
(legible signature of the advertiser)
INFORMATION CLAUSE. Processing of personal data in connection with the
complaint.
On the basis of Article. 13 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 (general regulation on data
protection, Journal of Laws UE. L No. 119 p. 1 as amended, hereinafter referred to as
GDPR), the Administrator informs that:
1. The administrator of your personal data is BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. . The
Administrator’s seat is at ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 42, 15-113 Białystok.
2. The Administrator can be contacted via the e-mail address rodo@agnella.pl and by
mail to the address of the registered office.
3. Your personal data (contained in the form) are processed in order to complete the
complaint procedure.
4. The basis for the processing of your personal data is art. 6 sec. 1 lit. b GDPR,
processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is
party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a
contract and art. 6 sec. 1 lit. c GDPR: processing is necessary to fulfill the legal
obligation incumbent on the controller.
5. Your personal data is not disclosed to any commercial entities. They may be accessed
by employees and associates of the Company, service providers, entities authorized
under the provisions of law, entities to which data processing is entrusted under
entrustment agreements.
6. Your personal data is not transferred to a third country which does not provide an
adequate level of protection, nor is it used for automated decision making, including
profiling.
7. The period of personal data processing is determined by the period of limitation of
claims resulting from the provisions of the Civil Code.
8. You have the right to:
– request the administrator to access and rectify personal data , – delete data or limit
data processing, as long as the conditions set out in the law are met , – object to
processing, provided that the conditions set out in provisions of law, – data transfer, as
long as the conditions set out in law are met , – lodging a complaint to the supervisory
body: Office for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw.
9. Providing your personal data in the scope indicated in the form is necessary to
complete the complaint procedure.
APPENDIX NO . 2. INFORMATION FOR THE CONSUMER ABOUT THE RIGHT TO
WITHDRAW FROM THE AGREEMENT
You have the right to withdraw from this contract within 14 days without giving any reason.
The deadline to withdraw from the contract expires after the lapse of 14 days from the day on
which you acquire, possessions, or a third party other than the carrier and indicated by you
acquires possessions.

To exercise your right of withdrawal, you must inform us of your decision to withdraw from
this contract by an unequivocal statement ( e.g. a letter sent by post or e-mail).
BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o. o.
Gen. Władysława Andersa Online Store 42, 15 – 113 Białystok
email: AgnellaRugs@brintons.co.uk
You can use the model withdrawal form .
To meet the deadline to withdraw from the contract, it is enough for you to send information
regarding the exercise of your right to withdraw from the contract before the deadline to
withdraw from the contract.
Consequences of withdrawal from the contract
In the event of withdrawal from this contract, we will reimburse you all payments received
from you, including the costs of delivering goods to you (except for additional costs resulting
from the method of delivery chosen by you other than the cheapest standard delivery method
offered by us which is £50), immediately and in any case no later than 14 days from the date
on which we were informed about your decision to exercise the right to withdraw from this
contract. We will refund the payment using the same payment methods that you used in the
original transaction, unless you have expressly agreed otherwise. The Consumer covers the
costs directly related to the return of the goods after submitting the declaration of withdrawal
from the contract.
If the Consumer, together with the declaration of withdrawal, did not return the Goods, the
Seller shall refrain from reimbursing the payments made by the Consumer until the date of
receipt of the Goods. Please send back or hand over the goods to us immediately, and in any
case not later than 14 days from the day on which you informed us of your withdrawal from
this contract. The deadline is met if you send back the goods before the period of 14 days has
expired.
The returned Goods may not bear traces of use other than those necessary to establish the
nature, characteristics and functionality of the Goods.
You are only responsible for the decrease in the value of the goods resulting from using them
in a different way than was necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning
of the goods.
APPENDIX NO . 3. FORM OF WITHDRAWAL FROM THE AGREEMENT
( Please fill out and return only in case you wish to withdraw from the contract )
Addressee:
BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o., British Wool – Online Store
15-113 Białystok; ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 42
e-mail: AgnellaRugs@brintons.co.uk
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE CONTRACT
I hereby inform about my withdrawal from the sales contract for the following items:
…………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………
(product name from the label)
The date of conclusion
of the contract: …………………………………………………………………………………
Date of receipt of
goods: …………………………………………………………………………………
Name and surname of
the Consumer:
…………………………………………………………………………………
Consumer’s address: …………………………………………………………………………………
Reason for Return
…………………………………………………
Consumer’s signature
(only if the form is sent in paper version)
…………………………………………………
Date
INFORMATION CLAUSE. Processing of personal data in connection with the return of
goods.
On the basis of Article. 13 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 (general regulation on data
protection, Journal of Laws UE. L No. 119 p. 1 as amended, hereinafter referred to as
GDPR), the Administrator informs that:
1. The administrator of your personal data is BRINTONS AGNELLA Sp. z o.o. . The
Administrator’s seat is at ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 42, 15-113 Białystok.
2. The Administrator can be contacted via the e-mail address rodo@agnella.pl and by
mail to the address of the registered office.
3. Your personal data (contained in the form) are processed in order to complete the
procedure of returning the goods and receiving the refund (withdrawal from the
contract) and archiving the accounting documentation.
4. The basis for the processing of your personal data is art. 6 sec. 1 lit. b GDPR,
processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is
party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a
contract and art. 6 sec. 1 lit. c GDPR: processing is necessary to fulfill the legal
obligation incumbent on the controller.
5. Your personal data is not disclosed to any commercial entities. They may be accessed
by employees and associates of the Company, service providers, entities authorized
under the provisions of law, entities to which data processing is entrusted under
entrustment agreements.
6. Your personal data is not transferred to a third country which does not provide an
adequate level of protection, nor is it used for automated decision making, including
profiling.
7. The period of personal data processing is determined by the period of limitation of
claims resulting from the provisions of the Civil Code.
8. You have the right to:
– request the administrator to access and rectify personal data , – delete data or limit
data processing, as long as the conditions set out in the law are met , – object to
processing, provided that the conditions set out in provisions of law, – data transfer, as
long as the conditions set out in law are met , – lodging a complaint to the supervisory
body: Office for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw.

9. Providing your personal data in the scope indicated in the form is necessary in order to
complete the procedure of returning the goods and receiving a refund (withdrawal from
the contract).
ANNEXES TO THE REGULATIONS IN PDF FORMAT:
 Appendix no. 1. Complaint form
 Annex No. 2. Information for the Consumer on the right to withdraw from the contract
 Appendix No. 3. Agreement withdrawal form (return form)
General data protection policy
1. Introduction
“BRINTONS AGNELLA” Spółka z o.o. (“BRINTONS AGNELLA”), ul. Gen.
Władysława Andersa 42, 15-113 Białystok, is obliged to protect the privacy of all personal
data and particularly sensitive data in its possession.
1.1 Purpose
1.1.1 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” take and control the activities that involve the processing
of personal data, including sensitive data relating to individuals whose data subjects who are
residents of a Member State of the European Union. In connection with the “BRINTONS
AGNELLA” must meet the requirements of the General Regulation on Data Protection of
2016. ( “RODO”) and the Regulation on privacy and electronic communications of 2003.
(Ang. “PECR”). This policy sets out the requirements that all entities covered by the
regulation must comply with.
1.1.2 This policy is subject to all laws, rules and regulations of this organization. In the case
when the policy allows the use of discretion, such discretion must be exercised within the
statutory responsibilities of the organization and does not violate any of the requirements of
legal, accounting or other regulatory requirements.
1.2 Statement “BRINTONS AGNELLA” in the “appetite” for risk
1.2.1 The appetite of the Management Board of “BRINTONS AGNELLA” for the risk
related to a material breach of the provisions of the GDPR is LOW.
1.2.2 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” recognizes that the risk of personal data breach and noncompliance with data subjects’ rights and data security would pose a serious threat to the
company’s reputation.
1.3 Scope of Application
1.3.1 The scope of this privacy policy covers all activities related to the processing of personal
data, including sensitive data and the systems used for this purpose, whose administrator is
the company “BRINTONS AGNELLA” . This includes personal data, including sensitive
data in physical form, stored in an appropriate personal data archiving system.
1.3.2 The scope of this policy covers all global activities of “BRINTONS AGNELLA” in all
locations, including outside the European Union (EU).
2. Requirements
2.1 Principles
2.1.1 All activities related to the processing of personal data will be undertaken in accordance
with the following principles:
o Personal data will be collected only for specified, explicit and consistent with the law,
objectives,
o Personal data will be accurate and , where necessary, kept up to date,
o Personal data will only be kept for as long as necessary,
o Personal data shall be processed in accordance with the law, fairly and in a manner
transparent
o Personal data will be processed to guarantee their protection,
o Personal data will be used and processed for legitimate purposes only to the extent
necessary.
2.2 Data Protection Management
2.2.1 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” will have overall responsibility for the management and
implementation of this policy and will report directly to the Brintons Group Board of
Directors.
2.2.2 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” provides timely responses to data subjects’ inquiries .
2.2.3 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” supports compliance with this policy by providing support
and advice on compliance with the requirements of this policy.
2.2.4 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” maintains the following registers:
o Register of personal data processing operations,
o Register of impact assessments on the protection of personal data,
o Data protection record register,
o Register of data subjects’ inquiries .
2.2.5 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” reports breaches of personal data protection to the relevant
supervisory authority.
2.3 Responsibility
2.3.1 A system owner will be designated for all IT systems containing personal data,
including particularly sensitive data.
2.3.2 Ownership of the system will not be transferred to a person who is not responsible for
persons managing data processing within that particular IT system.
2.3.3 The ownership of the system will not be transferred to a person who does not have a
formal governing body for persons performing data processing activities within this IT
system.
2.3.4 The system owner can delegate authority to perform operational tasks related to this
privacy policy, but does not have the right to move for no responsibility.
2.3.5 The system owner may be consulted in the performance of his duties, but remains
responsible for any decisions taken.
2.3.6 Processing activities should be documented. A process owner must also be designated.
2.3.7 Process ownership is not attributed to a person who does not exercise formal authority
over data processing activities within the information system.
2.4 Compliance to the data from law
2.4.1 The process owners are responsible for the compliance of the data processing process
with the law and document the legal grounds for data processing.
2.4.2 The processing of data relating to children is strictly prohibited.
2.4.3 With the exception of data storage, their processing shall be immediately discontinued
as soon as the legitimate grounds for their processing cease to exist.
2.5 Transparency
2.5.1 Process owners are responsible for providing information related to their data processing
activities so that a data protection notice can be published and updated .
2.5.2 Data subjects are informed about our data processing activities and are provided with
statutory information at the time the data is collected.
2.5.3 In cases where personal data are not collected directly from the person to whom the
subject, but from another source, this person should be informed of our activities in the field
of data processing and should receive statutory information as quickly as possible, not later
however, than within 10 working days.
2.5.4 Process owners perform a quarterly review of the published data protection notice for
any inaccuracies related to their processes.
2.6 Data protection by design and active by default
2.6.1 All BRINTONS AGNELLA IT systems and processes should be designed to meet the
requirements of this policy.
2.6.2 System owners and process owners shall implement appropriate technical and
organizational measures to integrate data protection both in the design phase of systems and
processes and by default.
2.6.3 Activities related to processing and supporting IT systems should be designed in such a
way as to ensure that a minimum amount of personal data is stored for the minimum
necessary period.
2.6.4 All IT systems should ensure that their systems are analyzed from the point of view of
the Data Protection Impact Assessment (“DPIA”), which includes at least the following
elements:
o Systematic description of the envisaged data processing operations and processing
purposes,
o Assessment of whether the scope of the processing operation is necessary and
proportionate to the purpose,
o Assessment of the risk of violating the rights and freedoms of data subjects,
o Measures envisaged to counter the threats, including safeguards to ensure the
protection of personal data and to demonstrate compliance with this policy, taking
into account the rights and legitimate interests of data subjects and other interested
persons.
2.6.5 The system owner consults the company secretary on the preparation of a personal data
protection impact assessment (DPIA)
2.6.6 If the risk of violation of the rights of data subjects is deemed to be HIGH, the
Company Secretary consults the supervisory body.
2.6.7 System owners are responsible for ensuring that systems are designed to minimize the
risk of violation of the rights and freedoms of data subjects (DPIA).
2.6.8 Process owners are responsible for ensuring that the processes are designed to minimize
the risk of violating the rights and freedoms of data subjects (DPIA).
2.7 Security of data processing
2.7.1 System owners are responsible for ensuring that systems meet minimum data protection
standards including, but not limited to:
o Identity and access management,
o Managing weaknesses of the system and patches,
o Change management,
o Backing up and restoring the original state,
o IT service continuity plan,
o Development and testing works,
o Monitoring and detecting security breaches.
2.7.2 IT systems containing personal or sensitive data that may be disclosed online or
threatened by third parties are subjected to an independent, risk- based penetration test to an
agreed extent, at least once a year. System owners ensure that all identified problems are
properly resolved according to the level of risk appetite .
2.7.3 Personal data breaches will be reported to the company secretary as soon as possible and
no later than 24 hours after their discovery.
2.8 Accuracy of data processing
2.8.1 Process owners ensure that data remains accurate and , if inaccuracies are found,
corrected as soon as possible, but no later than 5 business days after inaccuracies are
discovered and verified.
2.8.2 Owners of processes involving automated decision making or profiling should document
an alternative manual process and provide adequate resources and trained personnel so that
this process can be carried out if necessary , if necessary.
2.8.3 The data subject has the right to ensure that there be an automated decision or profiling.
The owners of the process agree that this law will be observed, with the exception of cases in
which the applicable statutory exemptions.
2.9 Data Retention
2.9.1 Except for data whose storage is required by law, personal data is not stored longer than
necessary.
2.10 Access to your personal data
2.10.1 The process owners will allow easy access to the Data Subject Access Request
(DSAR).
2.10.2 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” keeps a register of such applications.
2.10.3 The application will be processed as soon as possible, but not later than within 30
calendar days.
2.10.4 The application is not subject to a fee.
2.10.5 At the request of the data subject, the request is processed electronically.
2.10.6 Before personal data is made available to the data subject, appropriate steps must be
taken to verify his identity.
2.10.7 System owners shall ensure that adequate resources are made available to support
requests to disclose personal data to data subjects.
2.10.8 The consent of third parties must be obtained before including their data in a request
for personal data access to data subjects. In the event of disagreement, the company secretary
should be consulted to determine whether data should be provided in its existing form or
redacted .
2.10.9 Responses to requests for disclosure of personal data to the data subject are transferred
in a secure manner.
2.11 Data processing by third parties
2.11.1 Processing activities may not be outsourced to a third party without a binding written
agreement specifying the subject and duration of processing, nature and purpose of
processing, type of personal data and categories of data subjects, as well as the obligations
and rights of the organization.
2.11.2 Process owners only use processors that provide sufficient guarantees to implement
appropriate technical and organizational measures in such a way that the data processing
meets the requirements of this policy and protects the rights of the data subject.
2.11.3 Process owners and system owners consult and obtain a written recommendation and
authorization from the company secretary of at least two directors prior to signing a contract
with a third party processor, and the proposed process and processor are subject to prior
technical careful scrutiny . and organizational in the field of personal data protection.
2.11.4 Process owners and system owners shall engage an independent (internal or external)
expert qualified to assess data protection and organizational controls of third party data
processors.
2.11.5 Process owners and system owners that outsource data processing to third parties
ensure continued compliance with this policy and maintain accurate records of relevant
meetings and inspections in this regard, including evidence that third parties contracted to
process data are consistently complying with this policy.
3. Functions and responsibilities
3.1 Overall responsibility for this policy rests with the Brintons Board of Directors, which
reviews the effectiveness of action taken in response to concerns expressed in relation to this
policy.
3.2 Senior management will ensure that adequate resources are available to support the
implementation of this policy across the Brintons Group.
3.3 All directors and associates responsible under this policy must comply with its
provisions.
3.4 The company secretary is responsible for monitoring compliance with this policy and
reports periodically to the Board of Directors and Senior Management on the organisation’s
compliance with this policy .
3.5 Process owners and system owners are responsible for ensuring that their processes and
information systems meet the minimum requirements of this policy.
3.6 The head of human resources department ensures that the processing of personal data
complies with the requirements of this policy.
3.7 The manager of the marketing department ensures compliance of the data processing
method in connection with marketing activities is in accordance with the requirements of this
policy.
3.8 The manager of the purchasing department will ensure the compliance of purchasing
processes with the requirements of this policy.
4. The owner and entity approving the personal data protection policy
4.1 The owner of this Personal Data Protection Policy is the current company secretary.
4.2 This document was approved by the Management Board on May 18, 2018 and is effective
from that date.
Privacy policy
PRIVACY NOTICE
1. Admission
1.1 “BRINTONS AGNELLA” Spółka z o.o., ul. Gen. Władysława Andersa 42, 15-113
Białystok ( “BRINTONS AGNELLA”) takes data protection seriously. The use of our
website is not possible without providing certain personal data; however, if a data subject
wishes to use certain services via our website, it may be necessary to process additional
personal data. If the processing of personal data is necessary and there is no legal basis for
such processing, we turn to the person to whom the data subject of the consent to their
processing.
1.2 The processing of personal data must always comply with the general data protection
regulations of 2016 (“GDPR”) and with the national legislation on “BRINTONS
AGNELLA” . With this Privacy Notice, we would like to inform the public why we collect
and process personal data and inform data subjects about their rights related to the collection
and processing of personal data.
2. Definitions
2.1 Information on the protection of privacy in the company “BRINTONS AGNELLA” is
based on the terms used by the legislature of the European Union in the General Regulation
on the Protection of Personal Data ( “RODO”). The following are the definitions of key terms
adopted in the regulation:
o Data controller : a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body that
alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of processing
personal data; in the event that the purposes and means of such processing are
determined by the law of the European Union or of a Member State, the law of the
European Union or of a Member State may determine who is the data controller or
what are the individual criteria for his appointment.
o Personal data: any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person
(” data subject”). An identifiable natural person is a person who can be identified
directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as name ,
identification number, location data, internet identifier, or to one or more specific
factors determining physical, physiological, that person’s genetic, mental, economic,
cultural or social identity .
o Data subject: any identified or identifiable natural person whose personal data is
processed by the data controller responsible for the processing.
o Processor: a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body that
processes personal data on behalf of the controller.
o Recipient: a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body to whom
personal data is disclosed , whether it is a third party or not. For the recipient data is
not considered, however, the public authorities which may receive personal data in
the context of a specific case in accordance with European Union law or the law of a
Member State; the processing of these data by public authorities must comply with
data protection provisions in line with the purposes of the processing.
o Third party : a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or body other than the
data subject, controller, processor and persons who, under the direct authority of the
data controller or processor, are authorized to process personal data.
o Restriction of processing : the marking of stored personal data with the aim of limiting
their processing in the future.
o Processing: any operation or set of operations performed on personal data or sets of
personal data in an automated or non-automated manner, such as collecting,
recording, organizing, storing, adopting or modifying, downloading, viewing, using,
disclosing by sending, distributing or otherwise sharing , matching or combining,
limiting, deleting or destroying.
o Profiling: any form of automated processing of personal data consisting in the use of
personal data to evaluate certain personal factors relating to a natural person, in
particular to analyze or forecast aspects related to the effects of a natural person’s
work , economic situation, health, personal preferences, interests, reliability, behavior
, location or movement.
o Consent: consent of the data subject means a voluntary, specific, informed and
unambiguous demonstration of the data subject’s will, whereby the data subject , in
the form of a statement or a clear affirmative action, gives consent to the processing
of personal data relating to him.
o Name and address of the Data Administrator
3.1 The data controller is:
“BRINTONS AGNELLA” Spółka z o.o., ul. Gen. Władysława Andersa 42, 15-113 Białystok,
phone: +48 85 67 52 551, e-mail: biuro@agnella.pl , website: www. agnella.pl
4. Name and address of the Lead Supervisory Authority
4.1 The lead supervisory authority supervising the data controller is:
President of the Personal Data Protection Office / President of the Personal Data Protection
Office / seat: ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw
5. Cookies
5.1 Company “BRINTONS AGNELLA” uses on its website cookies, which are text files
stored in the computer system through a web browser. Many websites and servers use these
files.
5.2 Many cookies contain so-called a cookie ID that is unique for each cookie . It consists of a
character string through which websites and servers can be assigned to the specific internet
browser in which the cookie is stored.
5.3 By using cookies, websites and servers can distinguish between the individual browsers of
the people who visit them. A specific Internet browser can be recognized and identified by the
unique cookie ID.
5.4 The use of cookies makes the “BRINTONS AGNELLA” website more user-friendly, as
these files allow the content displayed on the website to be better adapted to the user ‘s
needs.
5.5 The data subject may at any time for a definite period or permanently block the cookie
settings on our website, as well as delete files already saved by changing the settings of their
internet browser.
5.6 Disabling cookies in your web browser may result in the blocking of some useful
functions on our website.
6. Reasons and purposes for which we process information
6.1 Below is a comprehensive description of how “BRINTONS AGNELLA” processes
personal data. To understand how your personal data is processed, you should also pay
attention to the personalized communications you receive from us. The processing of personal
data allows us to promote our goods and services, maintain our own accounts and records, and
manage and support our employees.
6.2 The following are the sources from which we obtain the information needed to achieve the
above-mentioned purposes:
o the person to whom the data concern – in either directly (eg. data entered into
forms)
o the person to whom the data subject – in an indirect way (eg. the information gathered
while browsing our website, such as IP addresses)
o publicly available registers,
o social media (e.g. Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook),
o research by external suppliers (e.g. internet search engines).
6.3 The information processed may include:
o personal data,
o data on the business activity of the person whose personal data
o we process,
o data on the goods purchased by a given person and the services they use,
o details of the financial situation,
o details of education,
o employment details.
6.4 We process personal data:
o consumers,
o employees,
o people submitting complaints and sending inquiries,
o suppliers,
o advisers and other specialists.
6.5 In some cases, disclose information we process to individuals and organizations. In certain
cases, we are required to comply with all aspects of the Data Protection Act (“DPA”), Privacy
and Electronic Communications Regulations (“PECR”) and the General Data Protection Act
2016 (“GDPR”) in its current version. Below is a list of organizations with which we may
need to share some of the personal data we process.
6.6 In case of need or when it is required, we share information with:
o business associates and other professional advisers,
o financial organizations,
o current, former or potential employers,
o education authorities and examination boards,
o suppliers and service providers.
7. Rights of the data subjects
7.1 Below we specify rights, which on the basis of Regulation RODO entitled persons
resident in an EU Member State, which the data subject. In order to assert these rights, the
data subject may contact Brintons at any time .
7.2 Right to be informed whether or not the data is being processed: every data subject
has the right to obtain from the data controller confirmation as to whether or not personal data
concerning him or her are being processed.
7.3 Right of access to data: each data subject has the right to obtain free information from
the data controller about his personal data stored at any time and a copy of this data, as well as
to obtain information whether his personal data is transferred to a third country or
organization international. In this case, the data subject has the right to obtain information
about the security applied in the data transfer process.
7.4 The right to rectify data: each data subject has the right to request the data controller to
immediately rectify incorrect personal data concerning him. Taking into account the purposes
of processing, the data subject has the right to supplement incomplete data, including by
providing an additional statement.
7.5 The right to delete data (the right to be forgotten): every data subject has the right to
request the data controller to delete personal data concerning him and the data controller is
obliged to delete personal data without undue delay if one of the legal grounds applies , unless
that data processing is necessary.
7.6 Right to restriction of processing: any data subject has the right to request the data
controller to restrict the processing of their personal data, if there is a statutory reason.
7.7 The right to move data : any person whose data subject has the right to obtain a copy of
your personal data stored by the controller in a structured format, commonly used and suitable
for machine-readable.
7.8 Right to object : every data subject has the right to object at any time to the processing of
his personal data for reasons related to his particular situation.
7.9 Automated individual decision making, including profiling: each data subject has the
right to refuse to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including
profiling.
7.10 Right to withdraw consent: where consent is the basis for processing, each data subject has the
right to withdraw their consent at any time. Persons whose data subject may withdraw consent by
sending an e-mail to the address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need
JavaScript enabled to view it. ”> Dataprotection@brintons.co.uk .
7.11 Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority: if the data controller fails
to respond to the data subject ‘s request within a reasonable period of time, the supervisory
authority may contact the supervisory authority. The contact details of such authorities can be
found in section 4 of this privacy notice.
8. Legal basis for data processing
8.1 The processing of personal data is lawful if:
o the data subject has consented to the processing of his personal data for one or more
specific purposes.
o The processing of personal data is necessary for the performance of a contract to
which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data
subject prior to entering into a contract.
o the processing of personal data is necessary to fulfill the legal obligation to which the
data controller is subject.
o The processing of personal data is necessary to protect the vital interests of the data
subject or of another natural person.
o it is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the
exercise of official authority vested in the data controller.
o The processing of personal data is necessary for the performance of a task carried out
in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the data
controller.
o processing is necessary to pursue the legitimate interests of the data controller or a third party, except where these interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject which require protection of personal data, in particular where the data subject is a child.
9. Legitimate interests of the data controller or a third party
9.1 Where the processing of personal data is based on our legitimate interest, its purpose is to conduct a business for the benefit of all our employees and shareholders.
10. Security of data processing
10.1 As the data controller, “BRINTONS AGNELLA” has implemented technical and organizational measures to ensure the security of the personal data processed, but no absolute security can be guaranteed. In the event that a data subject has particular concerns about a particular method of data transmission, we will take steps to provide an alternative method.
11. Provision of personal data
11.1 In some cases, it may be necessary to transfer your personal data abroad. In If necessary, this information may be transferred to countries or territories around the world. The data transfer will fully comply with all aspects of the general data protection law and with the national law applicable to Brintons.
12. Personal data storage periods
12.1 The criteria used to determine the duration of the storage of personal data are the relevant statutory retention period in an EU Member State. After this period, personal data that are no longer necessary for the performance of the contract, its conclusion, the fulfillment of the statutory obligations of the data controller or in connection with legal proceedings, will be securely deleted.
13. Contractual obligation of the data subject to provide personal data and the possible consequences of refusing to provide it
13.1 In some cases, the provision of personal data is required by law (e.g. tax regulations) or contractual provisions (e.g. customer name and address). The data subject is, for example, obliged to provide us with personal data upon conclusion of the contract. Refusal to transfer of personal data would mean that no one could enter into a contract with the person to whom the data relate.
14. Automated decision making and profiling
14.1 We do not process personal data for the purpose of automatic decision-making or profiling.
15. Protection of personal data in the recruitment process
15.1. The data controller collects and processes personal data of job applicants for the purposes of recruitment. Processing may also take place electronically if the declarant submits relevant application documents to the data controller by e-mail or by using the web form on our website. In the case of the conclusion by the data controller contract work transferred data will be stored to meet the requirements of my law regulating the employment relationship. If the employment contract is not concluded, the documents collected in the recruitment process will be automatically deleted within two months of notification of the negative decision, provided that no other legitimate interest of the data controller, such as applicable national law, will not prevent to remove them.
16. General information
16.1. You may not transfer your rights under this privacy notice to any other person. We may transfer our rights under this Privacy Notice where we reasonably suspect that your rights will not be affected .
16.2 If any court or competent authority determines that any provision of this privacy notice (or part of any provision) is invalid, unlawful or unenforceable, such provision or part of it will, to the extent necessary, be deemed to be deleted and the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions of this privacy notice will remain unaffected.
16.3 Unless otherwise agreed, any delay, act or omission by a party in exercising any right or remedy shall be deemed a waiver of that or any right or remedy.
16.4 This privacy notice is governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales . All disputes arising from it will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English and Welsh courts.
17. Changes to the Privacy Notice
17.1 This document was last updated on April 30, 2018. We may make further updates to this page to reflect changes to the law or our privacy policy. However, we will not use your personal data in any new way without your consent.