The following sets out the details of  St Just and District Trust CIO’s privacy and cookie policy in relation to information collected from you and used for promotional communications (when you have given your consent), market research, reporting to our digital marketing partners, and inviting you to support our work.

Privacy - St Just and District Trust CIO (“We”) collect the personal data that you may volunteer via: our website’s mailing list or volunteering list sign up form, online surveys, and audience/artist/participant surveys. The data we collect may be personal data, and may include your information including but not limited to your name, email address, postal address, age and interests.

Under no circumstances will we ever sell your personal data to anyone, or allow your personal data to be used for third party marketing. Your rights under Data Protection legislation are fully protected, and are not affected by this policy. You have the right at any time to access, correct, delete and limit processing of your personal personal data, and to opt out of our use of your personal data.

Cookies - We may also use cookies, web beacons, tracking pixels, and other tracking technologies (‘cookies’) when you visit our website including any other media form, media channel, mobile website, or mobile application related or connected to it (the “Site”) to help customise the Site and improve your experience.

We reserve the right to make changes to our Cookie Policy at any time and for any reason. We will alert you about any changes by updating the “Last Updated” date of this Cookie Policy. Any changes or modifications will be effective immediately upon posting the updated Cookie Policy on the Site, and you waive the right to receive specific notice of each such change or modification.

You are encouraged to periodically review our Cookie Policy to stay informed of updates. You will be deemed to have been made aware of, will be subject to, and will be deemed to have accepted the changes in any revised Cookie Policy by your continued use of the Site after the date such revised Cookie Policy is posted.

A “cookie” is a string of information which assigns you a unique identifier that we store on your computer. Your browser then provides that unique identifier to use each time you submit a query to the Site. We use cookies on the Site to, among other things, keep track of services you have used, record registration information, record your user preferences, keep you logged into the Site, and track the pages you visit. Cookies help us understand how the Site is being used and improve your user experience.

The following types of cookies may be used when you visit the Site:

Advertising Cookies
We do not use Advertising cookies. However, we do use a cookie that recognises visitors to the Site from the remarketing ads we may choose to place on other sites. This will help report on the performance of our advertising campaigns, especially Facebook and Instagram campaigns.

Analytics Cookies
Analytics cookies monitor how users reached the Site, and how they interact with and move around once on the Site. These cookies let us know what features on the Site are working the best and what features on the Site can be improved.

Mailchimp Cookies
We use Mailchimp cookies to track attribution rates and browser activity, allowing Mailchimp to provide us with reporting on the success of our retargeting emails.

Our Cookies
Our cookies are “first-party cookies”, and can be either permanent or temporary. These are necessary cookies, without which the Site won’t work properly or be able to provide certain features and functionalities. Some of these may be manually disabled in your browser, but in doing so may affect the functionality of the Site.

Personalisation Cookies
Personalisation cookies are used to recognise repeat visitors to the Site. We use these cookies to record your browsing history, the pages you have visited, and your settings and preferences each time you visit the Site.

Security Cookies
Security cookies help identify and prevent security risks. We use these cookies to authenticate users and protect user data from unauthorized parties.

Site Management Cookies
Site management cookies are used to maintain your identity or session on the Site so that you are not logged off unexpectedly, and any information you enter is retained from page to page. These cookies cannot be turned off individually, but you can disable all cookies in your browser.

Third-Party Cookies
We do not use Third-party cookies.

Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default. However, you can remove or reject cookies in your browser’s settings. Please be aware that such action could affect the availability and functionality of the Site.

For more information on how to control cookies, check your browser or device’s settings for how you can control or reject cookies.

This policy was created by Edward Lean, Trust Secretary of St Just and District Trust CIO, who can be contacted at

Updated 29th January 2021