MELROSE MASONIC LODGE LOGO The Lodge of Melrose St. John No. 1 (No. 1 bis)

1 Market Square, Melrose, Roxburghshire, Scotland.  TD6 9PQ.
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The Lodge may therefore use cookie technology to track or record information about visitors to the Lodge Web Site.  These cookies are “session specific” and are not used to record personal information or to associate personal information with the use of the Lodge services. Privacy and security are not compromised if and when the user accepts a cookie from the Lodge Web Site.  Users can refuse cookies by turning them off on their web browsers (see under “Tools” and then “Internet Options”) and users do not need to have cookies turned on to successfully use the Web Site.

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Privacy Policy


Privacy 

The Lodge of Melrose St. John No: 1  (herein after referred to as the ‘Lodge’) recognises the importance of protecting the privacy of the visitors to the Lodge Web Site.  Any personal data collected through the Lodge Web Site will be regarded and treated as confidential and in accordance with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.  However, the collection of such data is unintentional as the Lodge has not designed or consciously put in place any system designed to collect personal information.

Disclaimer 

The Lodge intends that the information published on the Lodge Web Site is up to date and accurate. However, the information on the Web Site does not constitute legal or professional advice, guidance or recommendation and the Lodge, its Office Bearers, Trustees and members, and each of them, will not accept any liability for actions arising from its use nor will they be held responsible for the contents of any Web Site or other source referenced by any external link.

Cookies

A "cookie" is a small data file that certain Web Sites write to a hard drive when a user visits that Web Site.  The only personal information a cookie can contain is information a user personally supplies.  A cookie cannot read data from a user’s hard disk or read cookie files created by other Web Sites.  Cookies, however, enhance a Web Site’s performance in a number of ways including providing a secure way for to identity verification during a visit to a Web Site and personalising the user’s experience with the Lodge Web Site while making it more convenient for the user. 

The Lodge may therefore use cookie technology to track or record information about visitors to the Lodge Web Site.  These cookies are “session specific” and are not used to record personal information or to associate personal information with the use of the Lodge services. Privacy and security are not compromised if and when the user accepts a cookie from the Lodge Web Site.  Users can refuse cookies by turning them off on their web browsers (see under “Tools” and then “Internet Options”) and users do not need to have cookies turned on to successfully use the Web Site.

Questions or Suggestions

If anyone has any questions or suggestions regarding this policy or considers the Lodge is not properly adhering to it then the Lodge invites information and contents to be sent  to the Lodge through the undernoted contact :-

Webmaster:  Bro. James Thom 


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The Lodge of Melrose St. John No. 1 bis 2006 - 2014