Privacy Policy

1.           Privacy Statement

Barrow Cadbury Trust is committed to protecting your privacy. We will only collect, process and store information about you that we have openly collected from you or with your consent i.e. your IP address, the pages accessed, the date, the time and further information volunteered by you. We will analyse website data to improve regularly the value of the materials available online. We may also use the contact details you volunteer to keep you updated on the activities of Barrow Cadbury Trust and its subsidiaries. Your details will be used only by Barrow Cadbury Trust for the purpose stated and will not be distributed, sold or rented to any third party unless required by law. We may share non-personal, non-individual information in aggregate with our partner(s) for research purposes. For example, we will not tell our partners that you visited a certain page, but may tell them how many visitors visited that page. This site does use cookies (small files stored on your computer’s hard drive) to track the activity of visitors.Access to user data

2.           Access to user data

Barrow Cadbury Trust processes personal data in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998. We obtain and use information, including personal data, as part of the process of assessing grant applications and monitoring the use of grants. The information, including personal data, which you provide on the grant application forms, or in supporting documentation, may be made public as part of the assessment of applications. Information, including personal data, may be assessed and monitored by external evaluators contracted to the Trustee. It will not be used for any additional purposes or disclosed to any third parties without your permission, except where this is otherwise required by law. The point of contact for enquiries about how we process your information is the Head of Finance and Administration

July 2016