Privacy Policy

As much as we love to run our site, it wouldn’t be possible without you, our users. In order to run our site, we might have to collect some information from you that might include, but not limited to:

  1. First Name
  2. Last Name
  3. Email Address
  4. Billing Details (including your address)

We will only use your data on our website, Winding Through The Willows ( You might want to create an account to stay connected with us, subscribe to our newsletter or donate to us. In order to perform those actions, you will need to submit the above information.

We use, and all its analytical tools to allow us to tailor our content to our users (including you!) In order to do this, we take clicks from all our users (Singapore or not) and analyse that data to do our job. We will never sell your data or redistribute your information, whether any identification is false and tagged to you or not, to anyone outside of our team.

We also have a newsletter, as stated above! When you sign up, you consent to let us use your email address, and name (if you provided one) to send you the newsletter. If you signed up, but no longer want to be a recipient, simply unsubscribe by clicking the ‘unsubscribe’ button or dropping us an email with your information. Thereafter, we will ensure that you are removed completely from our mailing list. Any information that you submitted to us will remain available to the team but can be destroyed upon request.

If you submit something to us that we think requires local enforcement agencies’ attention, we will advise them of the situation and transfer the case to them. This includes, but is not limited to, threatening or harassing our team our readers, or when we have reason to believe that you will cause grievous harm to yourself, or anyone.

Should it be required of us, by local enforcement agencies our court order, we will disclose your information as required, and we will inform you when practicable.

Click here to download the complete and official Privacy Policy constructed based on Singapore’s Personal Data Protect Act (PDPA) 2012.