Our website stores very limited information about our site visitors. However we do use some external services which may store data about you. We list what we store and the external services we use below.
- We have a contact us form which allows you to send us a message/enquiry. The details you fill in are passed to us by email but not stored on the website. We will retain the emails sent to us this way and may use your contact details to respond to you about your enquiry.
If you have any queries about our use of your data please use the contact details you can find on the website. If this does not help you can contact the website hosting service at email@example.com.
Cookies on St John the Baptist Axbridge
- Cookies are set by Google Analytics to collect anonymised visitor statistics.
- Cookies are also used to maintain a shopping cart if you are purchasing something from the site.
- If you are a site administrator, cookies will be used to keep you logged in.
If you don't consent to the above use please either leave the site or configure your browser to block cookies from it.
Unless you have specifically told your browser not to accept cookies, almost all websites place cookies on your devices. This is not in itself a security or privacy issue.
However, cookies can be used by some systems to, for instance track your web usage to work out which advertisements to show you, or gain information about your social networking usage. If you worry that this impinges on your privacy, search for 'block all cookies' or view this page for an idea of how to tell your browser not to allow them.
If you do this you may find that some websites will not work for you at all, or on others some functionality, like shopping baskets may not work.
The St John the Baptist Axbridge website has always used cookies as outlined above, but we now need to inform you of this.
Last updated by AG 9 July 2018