Website Terms and Conditions

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The information on our web site has been provided as general information only. The South Lincolnshire Fenlands Partnership (SLFP) cannot accept responsibility for loss occasioned after reliance placed on any of the contents of this web site. The SLFP makes no warranty as to the accuracy of site information or contents.

Your use of the SLFP website is governed by the conditions below and passing beyond the Homepage is deemed as acceptance of these conditions.


The SLFP makes no warranty or representations on any of the content of this site or any site that you may access by hyperlink through this site.

Any access to another site from this site is independent of the SLFP. The SLFP has no control over the content of other sites and have not endorsed or approved the content of such sites. Links from our site to other websites and organisations are not covered by this privacy policy.

The SLFP will not be liable to you or any other person for loss or damage directly or indirectly for any use of this or any site linked to it.

Copyright and Reproductions

All page content made available on this Web site is Copyright the SLFP unless otherwise stated.

All photographs are Copyright the SLFP or their individual owner unless otherwise stated.

The site may contain other propriety notices and copyright information, the terms of which must be observed and followed.

You may download to a local hard disk and print extracts from this site for personal use and information. You can duplicate the information for the personal use of others only. Information is not to be copied to use in any other web site, database or publication or any other form of work.

Please contact the SLFP if you wish to use a photograph or any information given, for incorporation into any form of publication medium, or for any use other than private viewing.

Checking, holding and deleting of personal information

If you believe the information we process on you is incorrect you can request to see this information, and have it corrected or deleted. If you wish to raise a complaint on how we have handled your personal data, you can contact us to have the matter investigated. Contact

Your rights - We respect your rights to control your data. Your rights include:

  • The right to be informed - This privacy notice outlines how we capture, store and use your data. If you have any questions about any elements of this policy, please contact us.
  • The right of access - If you wish to obtain a record of the personal data we hold about you, through Subject Access Request, we will respond within one month.
  • The right to rectification - If we have captured information about you that is inaccurate or incomplete, we will update it.
  • The right to erase - You can ask us to remove or randomise your personal details from our records.
  • The right to restrict processing - You can ask us to stop using your personal data.
  • The right to data portability - You can ask to obtain your personal data from us for your own purposes.
  • The right to object - You can ask to be excluded from marketing activity.
  • Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling - We respect your right not to be subject to a decision that is based on automated processing.

For more information on your individual rights, please see the Information Commissioner's Office.

Making a complaint

We take complaints very seriously and we treat them as an opportunity to develop our approach. This is why we are always very grateful to hear from people who are willing to take the time to help us improve.

Our policy is:

  • to provide a fair complaints procedure that is clear and easy to use for anyone wishing to make a complaint
  • to publicise the existence of our complaints procedure so that people know how to contact us to make a complaint
  • to make sure the relevant officers know what to do if a complaint is received
  • to make sure all complaints are investigated fairly and in a timely way
  • to make sure that complaints are, wherever possible, resolved and that relationships are repaired
  • to learn from complaints and feedback to help us to improve what we do

Confidentiality - All complaint information will be handled sensitively, in line with relevant data protection requirements.

Responsibility - Overall responsibility for this policy and its implementation lies with the Chief Executive of Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

Information Commissioner's Office - For further assistance with complaints regarding your data, please contact the Information Commissioner's Office, whose remit covers the UK:

Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 5AF

Telephone: 0303 123 1113 Email:

Other Information

This privacy policy may be updated from time to time, so please check it periodically.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The law was passed by European lawmakers to create a harmonized data privacy law across EU member states. Its purpose is to support privacy as a fundamental human right and require companies that handle personal data to be accountable for managing that data appropriately; and give individuals rights over how their personal data is processed or otherwise used. Click here for more information