Terms and Conditions

By using this web site you are deemed to be agreeing to the following terms and conditions:

Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information shown on this web site Brinkley Parish Council (the Council) makes no warranty or representation, express or implied, concerning its completeness, accuracy or suitability. The Council accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage or inconvenience which may result from the use of any of the information.

The above also applies to any information obtained via any web sites which are accessed using links on the Council’s web site. These are provided for assistance and should not be construed as any endorsement of those sites. The Council is not, in any way, responsible for other web sites.

The material contained on this website is subject to copyright and may not be reproduced, printed or copied without the permission of the Council (or the copyright holder if otherwise).

Collecting Information Automatically
We collect web statistics automatically about your visit to our site. This information is used to help us understand how visitors use the site and to regularly improve the site.

These statistics do not contain any personal information and cannot be traced back to an individual.

Privacy Compliance
Brinkley Parish Council will at all times comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. More information on your rights under the Data Protection Act 1998 can be found at:

Policy Changes
By using our site, you agree to accept this privacy policy and are aware that our policy may change with time. Any changes to this policy will appear on this page.

Freedom of Information Policy
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (‘the Act’) gives a general right of access to information that Brinkley Parish Council holds or produces.

Brinkley Parish Council supports the principle that openness and not secrecy should benormal in public life.

We want to create a climate of openness and dialogue with the public and stakeholders and believe improved access to information about the Council will help the development of such an environment.

We also believe that individuals have a right to privacy and confidentiality. This Freedom of Information Policy does not overturn our duty of confidence or statutory provisions that prevent disclosure of personal identifiable information. The release of such information continues to be covered by the Data Protection Act 1998.

The Council has the right to discharge its functions effectively. We can therefore use exemptions contained within the Freedom of Information Act 2000, although the information may be still be released if it is in the Public Interest to do so.

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