Killerton & GDPR: manage your data
Rightly is a free service that helps you have more control over your data. Find out whether Killerton has your personal data, and tell them what to do with it.Start now
Killerton provides the following services:
How Rightly works
Create your account in minutes
Send your requests
Tell them what to do with your personal data
Manage your responses & data
View your replies and decide your next steps
How sending requests can help
Get your data back
Send a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR)
Find out what Killerton knows about you and how they’re using your personal information. Request your data from Killerton for free, with Rightly.
Delete your data
Regain control of your information
You can delete all of the information that Killerton stores and shares about you in less than a minute. Send them a deletion request and get a response within 30 days.
Find your pension
Discover unclaimed pension pots
If you’ve ever worked at Killerton, you likely have a form of pension with them. Learn more about your savings with Killerton by sending them a request, for free.
Change your address
Quickly and easily update your details
Moving can be stressful but Rightly makes it simple. You can notify Killerton of a change in address and save hours when moving. Send a rectification request, today.
Gather evidence for an appeal
Strengthen your case for free
Resolve your work dispute
Use data as evidence in a tribunal
React to data breaches
Protect yourself and your information
Get your credit files
Take control of your finances
Delete your cookies
Stop companies from tracking your behaviour
Making a subject access request without Rightly Alternatively you can send a subject access request to Killerton in writing at the following address:
The Data Protection Office,
National Trust, Heelis, Kemble Drive,
Please include your:
Any previous names
Because requests must be in writing, you can’t make one over the phone. However, if you need to contact Killerton for anything else, their contact number is 0344 800 1895.
You can also read more about how to send a subject access request in our blog.