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General Terms and Conditions

By viewing pages on this website and/or registering an account you understand and agree to these terms and conditions.

1. Company Information

This website is operated by The Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited, hereafter referred to as "The Website Administrator".

Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited is a social enterprise and a company limited by guarantee. Company registered in Scotland no. SC 242815. Registered office: Unit 22 Paisley Centre, High Street, Paisley PA1 2AQ, Scotland.

2. Website Account Registration

Your account registration gives you login access to features provided by websites under the Clyde.Scot domain; including the Clyde.Scot website and the Turning the Tide On the Clyde website.

To register an account, you must agree to these terms and provide your name and email address.

3. Legal Notice

Any disputes regarding the content of this website shall be governed by the laws of Scotland.

Unauthorised use of this website may give rise to a claim for damages and/or be a criminal offence.

By creating a user account under the Clyde.Scot domain (including the Clyde.Scot and Turning the Tide On the Clyde websites) you agree to be contractually bound by these terms. In the event that you breach any of these terms we may restrict or terminate your account without notice and without refund of any fees paid.

4. Data Storage and Processing / Data Protection

Personal Data
We only collect names and email addresses for administration of user accounts.

Activity Logging
We may log certain user account activity in our database for security and protection against account hacking and for audit trail purposes. These include, dates and times of; logging-in; password changes; account lock and unlock (if you lose and reset your password); adding and editing of events, attractions, features and directory listings; email address changes; account upgrades/downgrades. You can view this log in the account activity section of your user account. This data is not shared with any third parties and we do not log location identifying data such as IP addresses.

Passwords
Passwords are stored in an encrypted format and cannot be retrieved from our database. If you have lost your password you will need to reset it using a one-time code sent to you via email. This is done automatically using a random number generator. Your account will be temporarily locked until you have completed the password reset. You can only do this via the password reset page and this cannot be done by an administrator on your behalf.

You may not share your password with any third-party. Password sharing is a violation of these terms and may lead to termination of your account. You may however share login details (including password) with other members of your team (for example if you are adding site content on behalf of your organisation or collaborating on management of an event).

Email Communication
We will only contact you via your registered email address in relation to your user account. If you wish to be notified of any other updates, products or services provided by us and others, you may subscribe to our opt-in mailing list.

Cookies
Currently this website only uses essential temporary cookies to store information relevant to user accounts while users are logged-in. These are cleared when you log-out or are logged-out due to inactivity (20 minutes). We do not use site cookies to track non-user-account site visits or activity or for targeting of advertising. We will update these terms if this changes in the future.

5. Intellectual Property

Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative, CDPI, Clyde.Scot and Turning the Tide On the Clyde are trading names and trademarks of The Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited. The CDPI logo, Clyde.Scot logo and Turning the Tide On the Clyde logo are copyright protected and may not be used in material published for commercial purposes by any third-party without prior written consent.

The content of this website is copyright protected by multiple entities and may not be copied or reproduced in any format without the express consent of a Director of the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited or the relevant copyright proprietor.

This website includings all attractions, event listings and feature article pages on this website are the intellectual property of the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative, with the exception of the text of event descriptions and features/articles which are the copyright of their respective authors.

Unless otherwise stated, the photographs used in this website are copyright protected and the intellectual property of their respective photographers. They may not be copied or reused without permission from the copyright owner.

The registrant of the domain names cdpi.org.uk and clyde.scot is Dotcomhere Media Limited.

All user data submitted to this website is the intellectual property of the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited. We reserve the right to use this data for research and marketing purposes and to sell anonymised data to third parties.

6. Account Approval and Termination

Registration of your user account is at the discretion of the Website Administrator. We reserve the right to decline any account registration or to terminate your account at any time and for any reason or no reason. You may close your account at any time by submitting a request via email to the website administrator. We will deactivate your account once the request has been received and subsequently remove your details from our database after 30 days. This is to allow your account to be reactivated if you change your mind within the 30-day period. If we have terminated your account due to your having breached these terms, your email address will be retained in our database for 12 months to prevent it being used to create another user account.

7. User Generated Content

Users must be approved by the Website Administrator prior to adding content to the website.

You agree to only add content including text and images that you own copyright in (including links to images hosted on third-party servers), you have the permission of the copyright owner, or they are in the public domain. Creative Commons images should be credited as appropriate. If you add or link to any offensive, discriminatory or indecent material, adult content or spam, we may terminate your account and block your email address. If you add or link to any illegal content, we may terminate your account and provide your details to law enforcement.

7a. Turning the Tide On the Clyde Website

Attractions

We allow users to add attractions, places of interest, etc to our website listings. We will only accept listings of locations in local authority areas that border on the tidal River and Firth of Clyde. Attractions are listed once edited and approved by the website administrator and we encourage site users to be as thorough as possible in completing details of the location.

We reserve the right to refuse attraction listings for any reason or for no reason.

Events

Event listings should be socially and culturally inclusive and encourage diversity. We will not accept listings for religious activities, political events or events that only relate to any specific professional football clubs. We will not accept listings from clubs or associations with membership policies that discriminate on the basis of gender (e.g. men-only clubs and associations). If you add events that promote any form of hate speech (or are associated with any entity that does) they will not be approved for listing and we may terminate your account (and where appropriate, provide your details to law enforcement).

Events taking place throughout the local authority areas bordering on the tidal River and Firth of Clyde at any time may be added.

We may also add events taking place that have already been advertised or details have been published. If you are the organiser of such an event and would like the details to be removed from the website, please contact us.

In general events should be suitable for audiences of all ages. However, we do allow listing of events that serve alcohol (such as beer festivals, whisky tasting, etc) and are only open to adults. Age restrictions must be specified in the event listing and we reserve the right to seek evidence of your licence to serve alcohol prior to approving an event listing.

We will not allow events that promote any of the following: Investment in fossil fuels, sale of tobacco products, weapons manufacture (other than defence shipbuilding), political issues. While we do allow events that promote awareness of environmental issues such as climate change, these should be education and research based (i.e. not protest marches, demonstrations or other direct action advocacy that has the potential to be disruptive).

We reserve the right to require evidence of risk assessment and public liability insurance (and where appropriate, stewarding) for events. We do this help ensure that our website users can be confident that listed events are manged professionally with due attention to health and safety. If your event requires planning consent, we may require this to have been granted before approving an event listing.

We reserve the right to refuse event listings for any reason or for no reason.

Turning the Tide On the Clyde Programme

Events may be listed on the website without being included in the official Turning the Tide On the Clyde programme. This is a curated listing of profiled events taking place through the summer months as an annual showcase of Clyde culture, recreation, tourism and communities.

Events included in the Turning the Tide On the Clyde programme will be required to submit evidence of risk assessment and public liability insurance.

Features

Users may submit features/articles for listing on the website that are relevant to culture, recreation, tourism, communities and related topics in the tidal River and Firth of Clyde region. You must be (or be submitting on behalf of) the copyright owner of any articles you submit. Images accompanying features must also have permission from the copyright owner. We may terminate any user accounts that we find to be in breach of copyright. We reserve the right to refuse feature submissions for any reason or for no reason.

Directory Listings

Businesses and organisations in relevant sectors may add listings to our website directory. You may only add listings on behalf of the organisation that you represent. We reserve the right to refuse directory listings to any organisation for any reason or for no reason.

8. Accuracy of Information / Disclaimers

The content of this website is for general information and use only. It may be subject to change without notice.

Users of this website and information presented on this website do so entirely at their own risk. While we have made every effort to ensure that the information presented on this website is complete and accurate, we offer no guarantees or warranties to that effect.

We accept no liability for any consequences or losses that you or any third party may incur, as a result of the use of information presented on this website, by any person or corporate entity.

Where links to other third-party websites are provided these should not be taken to imply that we endorse the content of such third-party websites or that they endorse the content of this website or support the objectives of The Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited.

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Clyde.Scot and Turning the Tide On the Clyde are trade marks of The Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited.
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