Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement

Lancashire Wildlife Trust is committed to protecting your privacy. It is very important to us and we respect anyone's concerns about maintaining it. This statement tells you how and why we use your information.

Lancashire Wildlife Trust's Data Protection Promise

In light of recent press stories about charity fundraising we would like to reassure our members, supporters and volunteers that we have not, and never will, sell your details to third parties.

It is only with the valuable support of our 27,000 members and 1,200 volunteers that Lancashire Wildlife Trust is able to achieve so much for our beloved region.

You may change the way in which you receive information from us at any time:

• Email: info@lancswt.org.uk
• Telephone: 01772 324129
• Post: The Lancashire Wildlife Trust, The Barn, Berkeley Drive, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6BY

We understand that you have trusted us with your personal data and in addition to our own high standards and values we are also members of both the Institute of Fundraising and the Fundraising Standards Board. Their strict policies regarding the protection of your data can be found on their websites: www.institute-of-fundraising.org.uk and www.frsb.org.uk.

Please be reassured that we also guarantee any company delivering services on our behalf are equally vigilant about safeguarding your data.

As a member, supporter or volunteer of The Lancashire Wildlife Trust you are part of our family. A family of likeminded people who want Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside's wildlife, countryside and people to flourish. We just need to inspire everybody else to feel the same way!

Access to Your Own Information

You can contact us anytime by letter or telephone to change or update your details, or obtain a copy of your record. If you have any problems or queries about your data, please contact us on the details above.

Financial Security

All LWT forms which request credit card or bank details use the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol for encryption. Most browsers (Microsoft Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, etc) support SSL. The link between your browser and the server is secure if your browser displays a small padlock or key symbol somewhere in the frame, or the address bar shows a web address beginning https:// (rather than http://).