Privacy Policy

Our commitment to privacy.

At Wellspring Community Church (Peterborough), we are committed to protecting the privacy of those using our site and the confidentiality of the personal information which our subscribers provide us with.

Your personal data is safe with us.

How will we use your data?

We will use your data for the following purposes:

1. To administer and improve the website.

2. To facilitate interactive elements of the website such as the quizzes, forums and guestbook.

3. To provide a directory of members' details subject to your consent.

If you sign up as a member of the website, you will be given the option for your e-mail address and telephone number to be displayed on a members' directory page. If you agree to this but later change your mind you are able to alter your preferences by clicking on your name as displayed in the top left corner of the home page.

We would also like to use your contact information to let you know about enhancements to the site. You will be given the option on registration to receive such updates.

Who will have access to your data?

We will never share your personal information with third parties without your consent.

Information displayed in the members directory will only be visible to other members.

If you participate in forums or make an entry in the guestbook your e-mail address will be displayed publicly on the website and you may receive unsolicited e-mails from other people.


We do not use cookies (defined below) for collecting user information from the site. We use session cookies to maintain your logon session to the site and persistent cookies to present your login name and colour scheme automatically for the next time you visit the web site.

A cookie is a message sent to your web browser by the web server hosting the web site. The message is then stored by the browser in a text file on your computer. Each time the browser requests a page from the server, this message is sent back. A cookie's main objective is to identify users and their site preferences, for example by welcoming them by name next time they visit the same site. A session cookie is deleted when the browser is closed and no text file will remain on your computer. A persistent cookie remains on your computer for a period defined by its expiry date.

Further Information:

Information on the Data protection Act 1998 is available on the Information Commissioner's website at

Use of this site is subject to our terms of use.

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