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Cookies Policy

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Privacy Policy

The following statement outlines Durham City Scouts policy towards your privacy.

Personal Details Supplied

Any personal details you supply to us, either by sending us an enquiry/email using the website, or by signing up to one of our optional mailing lists, will be held in strict confidence. Any information will be held in a computer database and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act for the purposes of administrating the district.

Log Files

When you access this website, technical information about your computer is stored on the Web Server, including what operation system your computer is using and the pages you visited. This information is used to perform statistical analysis of the website such as to identify popular pages or pages where performance problems exist. We will only ever publish information about the overall performance of the website (in aggregate) and we will never publish technical information about your computer.

Links

At various points on this site, links to external websites are provided for your convenience and reference. Durham City Scouts in no way endorses or has any control over the content of these external sites.

Term’s Statement

This site aims to provide information about the current events and activities of Durham City Scouts.

Disclaimer

The views expressed in this website are not necessarily those of the Scout Association or the Durham City Scouts Executive.

Copyright Statement

The content of this website is copyright of the Durham City Scouts, any content found which you believe contradicts this, please contact the webmaster via the contact form.
Scouting provides a second family to lots of young people. It’s a safe place where they can aspire and grow.'
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls