St Peter’s operates a main website, and occasionally associated sub-sites. Information that you provide through the websites may be recorded in different ways, and this policy describes St Peter’s policy for handling that.
By using this website you agree to this policy.
The information you provide is intended to be used in the context of the website and the activities St Peter’s undertakes, and it’s not intended to be used outside that context.
Where a registration and login facility is available, your details will be recorded and used to identify you in order to provide appropriate access to resources.
Other data may also be recorded (comments, contact information), which will be used in the context of the associated application.
The Internet works by sending information between servers and clients (eg browsers) identified with ‘IP Addresses’. The IP addresses are logged together with time, page requested and browser type as part of the site’s normal operation, and are used to record general activity on the site. No direct personal information is stored.
Cookies are small pieces of data that are used internally by the web application software to maintain sessions and in some cases to associate users with preferences on the site.
Most browsers have the ability to report, block, or remove cookies, if you wish, though this can affect your experience of the site.
All data is stored in the UK (except for a Twitter guest cookie and as mentioned in Google Analytics below, and email list subscription and management information - which is stored in the US).
The website uses Google Analytics to determine how the site is used. Here is Google’s description of the privacy aspect of that:
The websites may contain links to other websites. We’re obviously not responsible for the privacy policies of those sites.