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Privacy Policy and Fair Processing Notice for Viewing our Website

In summary

  • We respect your personal data and take its security very seriously.

  • We only hold what data we need for the purpose for which we obtained it.

  • We never share your data with any advertisers.

  • You have privacy rights, and we honour them.

  • We are happy to answer your questions. Our contact details can be found at the end of this notice.

What data we hold

We generate log files and other security measures which may record an IP address assigned to you or to your internet service provider.

We cookies to track visitors to the website.

How we use your personal data

We use the logs to help with our website security and use cookies as part of our web analytics to look at visitor behaviour e.g. which website pages get the most traffic or are the most popular.

We do not request or use data / information that could build an identifiable profile of you.

We will not transfer your data to third parties.

Your data and transfers outside of the EEA

Some of your data may be processed using Google Web Analytics which are based in the USA. However adequate safeguards are in place as these organisations are certified to the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework.

Technical security

This website is designed and hosted by Venn Creative and our Privacy procedures are overseen by the National Trust who both use a variety of systems to keep your data secure, including password management and renewal policies, data minimisation, network security and remote working policies.

Who we are and getting in touch

The Tin Coast Partnership is a local collective of organisations with the aim of seeing our local economy thrive in balance with our the local community and in a way that preserves and reveres our local heritage and culture, and protects our local landscape and natural environment so it can thrive in years to come.

This website site plays and important role in helping us to welcome visitors to the area.

The Partnership meets as a Steering Group 4 times a year to review its Destination Management Plan objectives and includes representatives from:

St Just Town Council, Cornwall 365, Cornish Mining Heritage, Geevor Tin Mine, CoaST One Planet Tourism, Land’s End Accommodation Providers and The National Trust.

The National Trust as one of the lead members of the Tin Coast Partnership Steering Group supports our collective with guidance to to ensure that we keep your data protected and safe.

If you’d like to find out more about what we do to protect your data please get in touch with [email protected]