Your Data

Data Protection

2018 General Data Protection Regulations.

To find out how we use your data and who it may be shared with, please read our Privacy Notice

You can also request a copy of the Privacy Notice by post please write to us or phone us at the address below.

If you have any questions or concerns about how we use your data – or if you would like to make a complaint - please contact our Data Protection Officer:

Kerry Preedy
Hereford Diocesan Board of Finance,
The Diocesan Office,
The Palace,
Hereford,
HR4 9BL

You can also contact the Information Commissioner’s Office online.

GDPR and Parishes

The national Church of England office, (National Church Institutions, or NCIs), in London, has issued UK GDPR guidance for PCCs. This guidance can be found on the Parish Resources website and offers a template to help PCCs audit their use of personal data. There are additional templates that can be downloaded from this page too.

A sample Data notice for a PCC Secretary and Clergy is available here

Your Data and Our Website

We do our best to make sure that the information on this website is accurate and up to date, but we cannot guarantee it or accept any liability of any sort for any inaccuracies it may contain. Please contact us if you spot any mistakes or missing information. 

Copyright

The design, images, text, and other content are subject to copyright. Copies may be made for personal use, please seek permission before redistributing any material you download from this site or using it for monetary gain.

Use of Cookies

A cookie is simply a short, unique string of characters stored on your computer. (A matching copy of the session cookie is kept temporarily on the server whilst you are using the site, for comparison with the copy stored on your computer. The server copy is deleted about half an hour after you stop using the site.) 

This site uses cookies as follows:-

  • A 'session cookie' is used in order to make sure your use of the site isn't mixed up with anyone else's. This cookie is used by the webserver and also by the calendar subsystem, to help make the website function properly for you.
  • Cookies are also used on this site to gather statistical information about how the site is used. Amongst other things, this information helps us to plan, develop and update website content.
  • We make use of Google Analytics to provide these statistics. This means that Google sets and has access to those cookies, and will store and process the information it gathers from them on its computers. Google may also pass the information to other parties where legally required to do so, or for further processing. The information includes the Internet (IP) address of the computer you use, and the pages you visit. Google undertakes not to use this information in conjunction with any other data it accumulates from other services it provides.
  • In accepting cookies from this website, you are consenting to Google processing the data as we have outlined. If you wish to block these cookies, you can configure your browser to do so. Advice about how to do this, for all major browsers, is available at www.aboutcookies.org.

YouTube & Vimeo – If you play an embedded video on our site, a cookie may be set by YouTube or Vimeo containing anonymous, non-personally-identifiable information about the number of playbacks of embedded videos. To find out more please visit YouTube’s embedding videos information page. You can find out more on the Google Privacy Policy (Google owns YouTube) and the Vimeo Privacy Policy.

External links

We are not responsible for the availability or content of external sites that may be linked to, from the site. If you find a broken link or if you have any questions or concerns about a link, please contact us.