Carluke Parish Historical Society website will not store or capture personal data (e.g. name, email address) without the prior knowledge and consent of visitors or users.
In the event that you are asked to provide personal information to the web site, you may be asked whether you wish to receive any further communication from CPHS. We will make sure all personal data that is supplied is held as securely as possible, in accordance with the Data Protection Act UK.
CPHS does not sell or otherwise transfer any personal data to commercial companies or other organisations, with the exception of
1) web statistics (see below) which is hosted and managed by a third party company (our hosting company 3IX Corp.)
2) off-site hosted server environments for some website services (eCards, PayPal and other applications).
We never store credit card numbers or payment information anywhere on our website.
Cookies & Web Statistics
We do not store cookies containing personal details or store cookies anywhere on our website. CPHS maintains continuous logs of its web server activity. These log files include the details of web site users’ IP address, browser type and page last visited etc. The log files are used to analyse how the web site is being used by visitors and may be kept in an anonymised form for historical records. When passing between some web pages in our forum the page links are held in temporary cookies but no reference is held to identify you. The cookie is destroyed on exit.
The information generated by the web hosting company including IP addresses, date and time is outwith our control and is a responsibility of third parties where required to do so by law, e.g. where you are transferred from our website to PayPal to complete a financial transaction, and is done so as proscribed by laws governing internet financial transactions.
Many of the photographs on this website were obtained from private families who have donated or given their permisssion for use by CPHS. Other images and text originate primarily from the Carluke and Lanark Gazette now owned by Johnston Press Ltd.
Where images or documents are Courtesy SLL&CT Lanark Library we mean "Courtesy of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Trust - Libraries and Museums" which is their full designation.
In some cases, images of flyers, handbills and other ephemera may be copyright to individual jobbing printers to whom we are grateful for fair use here for historical purposes. Finally we have employed OCR scanning of certain books such as Rankins works or County Trade Journals and we again beg fair use for historical purposes from whomsoever now owns the original copyright.
Insofar as we are able we will attribute ownership to commercial companies with a "By Kind Permission of..." on such documents, where copyright ownership is known.