Information you provide
The LifeLine Projects website uses the information you provide in two ways. If you enter your name, email and telephone number on the contact us panel, this will generate an automatic enquiry email which is sent to a member of LifeLine Projects staff. The information is not saved or stored on the website.
If you add your name and email address to the e-bulletin registration panel this adds your information to an internal website database which distributes the e-bulletin. This information is not shared with any third parties. You can decide to un-subscribe at any time and stored information is deleted.
For more information on cookies, please see https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/online/cookies/
We use Google Analytics to measure visitors to the LifeLine Projects site. This records what pages you view within our site, how you arrived at our site and some basic information about your computer (e.g. what browser you are using). All of the information gathered is completely anonymous and contains no personally identifiable information.
We use information from Google Analytics to help understand how people both find and use our site, in order to improve the experience.
Facebook and Twitter
The social media functions on our site, such as Facebook’s Like button, are implemented by embedding code provided and controlled by the relevant network. To provide functionality, they may set third-party cookies which allow them to, for example, show if your friends have liked a page as well. We do not have any access to any information from these third-parties, nor can we control how they use it.