Privacy Policy

The St Michael’s Bell Ringers Website Privacy Policy 1. Introduction St Michael’s Bell Ringers [StMBR] privacy policy sets out the type of information which StMBR might collect from you as a result of your use of this Website [ and hereinafter referred to as the Website] and how it may use and process that information. 2. Visitor Information StMBR may collect information about general visitors to the Website in two ways: 2.1 If you visit the Website, our system may allow us to collect information about that visit including, for example, the host and domain name of the visitor, the time you spend on the site and the web pages which you visit. 2.2 If you contact StMBR via the Website with a request, suggestion or comment, you will be asked to provide us with the necessary personal information required in order to log, and where appropriate, respond to that contact. 3. Use of Your data StMBR may use your information for the following purposes: 3.1 to collect information in aggregate form (provided always that the individual's identity is not disclosed) to show StMBR how many visitors there have been to the Website and the nature of such visits in order to produce statistics on numbers of visitors to the Website and allow StMBR to determine how it should change or improve the Website. 3.2 to respond to any request, suggestion or comment you refer to us 3.3 to send you details of any StMBR events which might be of interest to you when so requested by you. 4. Data Sharing 4.1 StMBR does not and will not sell or pass on personal information it has gathered about you to third parties unless 4.2 applies; 4.2 StMBR will release personal information which we hold to the appropriate authorities if we are required to do so by law. 4.3 It may be occasionally necessary for StMBR to use a third party to process your information. Where this occurs, StMBR will make all reasonable effort to ensure that such processing conforms to this Privacy Policy and and any current UK data protection legislation. 5. Cookies Cookies are small, simple text files transferred to your computer's hard drive through your web browser to enable our system to recognise and support your browser, and to provide features such as personalised greetings or to direct you to web pages on the site that you previously visited. The vast majority of websites use cookies to provide additional functionality. StMBR’s Website may use a cookie for these and other similar purposes. Internet browsers normally accept cookies by default, but it is possible to set a browser to reject cookies. If you set your browser to reject any StMBR Website cookies you will still be able to use the Website. 6. Your consent By using the Website, you consent to the collection and use of your personal information in the ways described above. StMBR reserve the right to amend their privacy policy from time to time and if it does so will post any changes on this page. Please revisit this page on each visit. 7. Date These Terms and Conditions are dated 4th February 2024