Website Privacy Policy


You privacy is our top priority and we promise never to share you details with anyone outside of St Marks Church. Important details that you enter, such as addresses and birthdays etc. (if you sign up to some of our services) will be hidden so not even the website manager can view them.

We do not claim responsibility for any privacy problems that occur through using any social media plugins on our website. The upmost care is taken to make sure these are as secure as possible however you use these at your own risk.

If you find that you are experiencing privacy issues as a result of our website please inform us immediately by sending us an email.



What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored on your computer by a website. This cookie can be used in many different ways, for example a shopping website will use cookies to remember what was in your basket.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to stop a pop-up from occuring more than once every 24 hours. We do not use these to access your information and we comply with the EU cookie law.

What is the EU cookie law?

The EU cookie law tells websites that they must tel the user if they are using non-essential cookies. That is why we have a pop-up at the bottom of the homepage informing you that we use cookies.

Any Questions?

If you have any questions on cookies please send us an email and put ‘Cookies’ in the subject line.

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