St. Mary's Church Thirsk will take all reasonable precautions to protect your privacy
receive form users of this web site and your options regarding the ways in which your personal data is used. If you have any requests concerning your personal information
held by St. Mary's Church Thirsk. please contact us at
St. Mary's Church Thirsk collects the details provided by you in the ways
- When you complete the 'Request Newsletter' dialogue form, your name and
email address are stored on a database purely for the purpose of sending you
up to date information about events at St. Mary's Church Thirsk. You can request
the removal of this information from the database at any time.
- We also collect any further contact information you give on the 'Request
(e.g. name, address, telephone number). This information may be used in
contacting you by post. Any such
correspondence will contain an option to withdraw from receipt of further
Disclosures of Personal Information
Information you supply will be used solely for sending you information about events at
St. Mary's Church Thirsk.
Your details will not be passed on to any other organisation and will
not knowingly be divulged under any circumstances unless we are obliged to do so by
appropriate legal authority.
Other Web Sites
Our web site contains links to other web sites which are outside our
using the links provided, the operators of these sites may collect information
which may differ from ours.
At the present time, this site does not make use of 'Cookies' to track or
personalise your experience in accessing the site.
You may use this site freely on the understanding that you do not infringe
the copyright of St. Mary's Church Thirsk. or others, including photographers,
artists and web designers. Any attempt to misuse the site, particularly with the intent to defraud, may result in
Registration is not necessary to make use of the site. The web site and the
information it contains are provided in good faith, but St. Mary's Church Thirsk
will not accept responsibility for any consequential loss in their use. You
should bear in mind that the settings on your computer can impact the way a web
page is displayed, and in some cases prevent the proper function of some web
St. Mary's Church Thirsk. is registered in England and this website is
intended for use within the United Kingdom. Use of the website is
governed by relevant English Laws. St. Mary's Church Thirsk. accepts no
responsibility whatever for attempts to use the website from locations
outside the United Kingdom and consequences of any such usage are
entirely at the risk of the user.
St. Mary's Church Thirsk. will observe your statutory rights under English Law in the conduct of
transactions made directly from this website.
Your Access Rights
You have a right to access the personal data that is held about you. To obtain a copy of the personal information
that St. Mary's Church Thirsk. holds about you, please write, (enclosing your postal
address and a cheque for £5 payable to St. Mary's Church Thirsk) to :
Privacy Request, St. Mary's Church Thirsk, Kirkgate, Thirsk, North Yorkshire
Site Usage by those unable to use a mouse
This site makes use of ACCESS KEYS to enable users to navigate between pages
using the keyboard (or alternative input equipment) instead of a mouse.
Unfortunately the main browsers make use of this facility in different ways.
- For Microsoft Internet Explorer, hold down ALT and tap the ACCESS KEY
(identified from the list below) to highlight the link (normally with red
text). Then press ENTER to activate the link.
- For Mozilla Firefox, hold down SHIFT and ALT together and tap the ACCESS
KEY to activate the link directly.
The ACCESS KEYS are allocated to the links on the menu bar at the top of the
web page as follows:
A: Home - B: Services - C: Calendar - D: Events - E: News - F: Ark Clubs - G:
And Finally - H: History - I: Organ Fund - J: Contact Us - K: Location - L:
Links - M: Site Usage
As an alternative to Access Keys, it is possible to navigate by making use of
the TAB key. By repeatedly pressing the TAB key, it is possible to move
successively through the links on the Menu Bar. The active link at any time is
highlighted in RED. Pressing ENTER will activate the link currently highlighted.
Those regularly using such facilities as these should adapt these
instructions to fit their normal mode of operation.