Privacy Policy and Cookies

Privacy Policy
St Mary’s – Ecclesfield  website does not automatically capture or store personal information, other than
logging the user's IP address and session information, such as the duration of the visit and the type of
browser used. This is recognised by the Web server and is used only for system administration and to
provide statistics, which the Church employs to evaluate use of the site.

You may be asked for personal information if you wish to request information from us, or choose to contact
us using an online form. In each case we will only use the personal information you provide to deliver the
services you have informed us you wish to take part in.

This privacy policy covers only the St Mary’s – Ecclesfield website at: -

Other websites with links within this site are not covered by this policy.

Our website uses “cookies”, small pieces of data that are stored by your web browser software in order for
certain parts of the website to function correctly. By using our website, you give consent for us to send
cookies to your browser.

More information about cookies is available at: -

If you do not wish to allow your browser to store cookies from our website, you should leave the website or
change your browser's settings so that it does not allow cookies.

Information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at: -

Session Cookies
Cookies that last only until the browser is closed are used to store your text-size preferences and contain no
identifiable personal information.

Use of WebLog Expert Lite
This website uses WebLog Expert Lite, web analytics software provided by Alentum Software Ltd. This is a
free Apache and IIS log analyser, a light-weight version of WebLog Expert. It allows us to quickly and easily
analyse our website log files and obtain information about our site's visitors. E.g. Day of month and time of
day activity statistics, what files visitors accessed, information about referring pages, search engines,
browsers, operating systems, and any errors. No logged data is passed on to third parties.