The National Trust makes every effort to comply with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Personal information provided to The National Trust via The National Trust Peak District website, will be used for the purposes outlined at the time of collection or registration in accordance with the preferences you express.
Personal data collected and processed by The National Trust may be used, for the following purposes:
Processing personal data for the above purposes may entail sharing the information with employees, contractors, agents and professional advisors of The National Trust and other carefully selected organisations. Written agreements exist between The National Trust and such parties that there must be no further disclosure of such personal data.
You have the right to ask The National Trust, in writing, for a copy of all the personal data held about you (this is known as a 'subject access request') upon payment of a fee of Â£15.00. If you would like to access your personal data held by The National Trust, please apply in writing to:The Data Controller, The National Trust, Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon, SN2 2NA
If, at any time, you want to verify, update or amend your personal data or preferences please write to:The National Trust, Membership Department, PO Box 39, Warrington, WA5 7WD
Verification, updating or amendment of personal data will take place within 28 days of receipt of your request.
If subsequently you make a data protection instruction to The National Trust which contradicts a previous instruction (or instructions), then The National Trust will follow your most recent instruction.
A 'cookie' is a small text file that is placed on a user's computer hard drive by a website. There are several types of cookie and the most common are often referred to as 'session' cookies. These are used to keep track of information needed by a user as they travel from page to page within a website. These cookies have a short lifetime and expire within twenty minutes of the user leaving the site.
Other types of cookies can be used to track internet activity after the user has left a website. These are either sponsored by organisations external to the website being visited (known as 'third party' cookies) or can originate from the website organisation itself ('first party' cookies). These usually have a long lifetime with several months being quite common. They are 'harvested' and 'refreshed' whenever the user visits a page where the same or a similar cookie is being used. The website www.nationaltrust.org.uk/peakdistrict does not use third-party cookies.
The National Trust uses benign, short lived 'session' cookies and 'first party' cookies to tell whether a website user has logged-in, where to find details that can be used to pre-fill parts of on-line forms and to personalise the user's visit to the website. They are also used to track anonymously which areas of the site are popular and which are not used; this allows us to target carefully our website resources.
Internet browsers normally accept cookies by default; however, it is possible to set a browser to reject cookies. If this is done it is important not to exclude the benign and useful session cookies or first party cookies. If you decide to do this you should choose an option that rejects all third parties.
The National Trust is not responsible for the privacy policies of third party websites. The National Trust advises users to read the privacy policies of other websites before registering any personal data.
The National Trust holds your personal data in accordance with the security provisions of the UK Data Protection legislation. We use industry standard Secure Server Software (SSL) for your transactions with us. It encrypts all of your personal information, name, and address, so that it cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet.
If you have any questions about security please contact The National Trust on: 0844 800 1895