Privacy Policy
Your privacy is very important to us and we endeavour to ensure any information is handled accordingly. The following Privacy Policy details what information we collect, and how any such information will be stored, and/or used. This Policy covers the treatment of personally identifiable information that Hailsham Town Council and this website, collects when you are on the James West Community Centre website domain. (Third party) links within this domain to other websites are not covered by this policy.
Information Usage
Where you voluntarily choose to provide us with your personal details, the personal data you submit to Hailsham Town Council will be used exclusively for providing you with the information you have requested – and from Hailsham Town Council only.
   
Information Collection
You can visit this website and utilise its services without informing us of your identity or giving us any personally identifiable information. Please note that we do not use cookies for the general running of this website. Cookies may be used on a small number of interactive pages to provide additional or enhanced functionality, or when it is totally necessary to maintain a unique ‘i.d.’ on your browser whilst you visit such pages.
Information Sharing & Disclosure
Hailsham Town Council will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to any third party. This includes any employees of Hailsham Town Council or any other organisation. Hailsham Town Council will only send personally identifiable information about you to other organisations if we have your consent. This is only necessary when we need to share your information with a third party organisaton in order to provide the information you have requested.
Changes to Privacy Policy
By using this website, you agree to accept this Privacy Policy and are aware that the policy may change from time to time. Please note however, that any changes made to this policy will appear on this web page as early as possible.
Other Information
All users accept that, whilst Hailsham Town Council endeavour to keep all information secure, it will not be held responsible for any information accessed (or lost) as a result of a security attack. However, in the event of a security attack, Hailsham Town Council will strive to rectify the situation as soon as it becomes aware of a problem/security risk.
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