Privacy, Data and Cookies

The following information explains how DigitME2 may use any information provided on the website, and how information obtained when signing up to the project is used and protected.


Website – Personal information

Any information supplied through the website by a visitor, is used solely for purposes of contact. If you would like more information about DigitME2, or would like to visit the Advanced Manufacturing Research Technology Centre at UCLan Burnley Campus, your contact details can be submitted. These details are not used for any other purpose than, for the DigitME2 team get back in touch with you at your request. Any personal information submitted will not be passed on or used by a third party.



Cookies are small files which are stored on a user’s computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website, and can be accessed either by the web server or the client computer. This allows the server to deliver a page tailored to a particular user, or the page itself can contain some script which is aware of the data in the cookie and so is able to carry information from one visit to the website (or related site) to the next.  <update required>



Privacy – Website

In terms of the website, as explained above, no information submitted is used for any other purpose, other than for the DigitME2 team to return contact, as requested.


Privacy – DigitME2 project sign up

The DigitME2 project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, (ERDF) and delivered by the University of Central Lancashire, Burnley Campus.  As such, all organisations wishing to engage with the project are required to complete a registration form, together with monitoring and evaluation documents at the necessary time. Information supplied on the form(s) may be held on computer and only passed to other organisations within the Regional Action Plan and Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government to assist with record keeping, claims, and for statistical and research purposes. By signing the form(s) it is understand this is a condition of ERDF assistance through this project.

As a condition it must be understand that a project representative will be in touch at the end of the supported period and at various monitoring points thereafter with regard outputs arising from the assistance. Information will be required on request from the University regarding the outcome of the support provided. Our obligation is to keep all information provided until at least 2035 in line with the ERDF Document Retention Policy. This is subject to change and notification will be given when we can destroy records held both electronically and paper based.


This page may be updated from time to time. Please note the latest update, time and date. 11/5/2018

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