FishPal Website News

Jun 12, 2017 | Uncategorized

FishPal Splash pageHave you seen the new splash page? We have added this to the existing site to show you the sort of style we will be using for the new site. The high resolution extra wide photos move from side to side and, with the sound of running water, should make you want to be on the river, if you are not there already!

The site redevelopment work continues to make great progress and we are all genuinely excited about the new look and feel which we hope you will love too. You can help us by sending in your fishing photos of rivers, fisheries, beats, pools, huts, fish, etc. as we build our photo bank. We want to be able to show lots of pictures on our new look site and would appreciate all the help you can give!

Your data security is always on our mind. Ever since we started many years ago, we have run an SSL secure server for both our booking engine and control panels as well as for other services too. We have also long been registered under the Data Protection Act, to ensure we comply with its provisions. Further EU regulations are coming next year and we will be making sure that we comply with these too, which will give you even more protection.

In addition we continue our policy of NOT storing your card details when booking online or by telephone.

We will keep you up to date with developments via our newsletters and site pages – stay tuned!

Mark Cockburn
CEO FishPal

FishPal June Newsletter

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