When you make an enquiry using the contact us form, or become a Friend of the Fields, we need to keep the basic personal data you share with us (name and contact details) so we can provide you with the information that you request from us, deal with enquiries and send you updates from the project.
If you make a donation, we need to keep the same basic personal data (name and contact details) for six years, after which time we’ll destroy it. Donations are made via PayPal who are protected by European data regulations - GDPR.
Any personal information you share with us on Facebook, or any other social media, is also protected by European data regulations - GDPR.
We back everything up to Microsoft OneDrive, and use Microsoft Outlook for email (both of which are also required to comply with GDPR). Any personal information on our computers is password protected and anything on paper is kept locked away.
Our website (hosted by Wix - again, required to comply) collects cookies (strings of information stored as text files) to tell us how people are using the site, so we can make it better. Cookies don’t give us any personal information about you. You can disable cookies using your web browser settings if you want to.
We will never share or sell your data.
If you’d like to know more, you’d like a copy of your personal information, or you’d like us to delete your data, or if you would no longer like to receive project updates via email, please get in touch.