Website Terms & Conditions

This website is owned and operated by to the Nanak Naam. References to “we”, “us”, “you” or “our” in these Terms and Conditions are references to the Nanak Naam, a registered charity in England and Wales, registered charity number: 1171938.

You may not alter this website in any way or post onto or transmit to this website any material containing software viruses or files which may damage or disrupt the good working order of computer or telecommunications equipment.


1. Copyright
1.1 The materials contained on this site are either the copyright of individual contributors or of Nanak Naam and may be subject to other intellectual property rights.


2. Use of this website
2.1 The following acts are prohibited in respect of this website and any of the content featured on it:
• Any rental leasing or lending of any material obtained or derived from the website.
• Reproduction, including without limitation the extraction and/or storage in any retrieval system or inclusion in any other computer program or work, without the prior consent of Nanak Naam. If you wish to reproduce any content, you must contact us, and we may charge a fee. Please email who will be able to advise accordingly.
• Altering, transforming or building upon any content contained in this website.
• All copyrights and trademark notices, marks, disclaimers and other such elements must be preserved and upheld at all times.


3. Links to third party sites
3.1 This website may contain links to websites operated by third parties. The operation of these websites is outside Nanak Naam’s control and you proceed at your own risk. We do not endorse or sponsor, and are not liable for the products, services or content you access through any linked site.


4. Data protection
4.1 We will collect, use, store and disclose your personal details in accordance with our Privacy Policy.


5. General
5.1 If any part of these terms and conditions are not enforceable, this will not affect the enforceability of any other part.
5.2 These terms and conditions are governed by English Law and all disputes will be submitted to the nonexclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.