The information below outlines the Trust's terms & conditions and policies for use of this website.
The Titahi Bay Community Trust's website is published and maintained by the Trustees of the Titahi Bay Community Trust (a registered Charity) on behalf of the residents, friends and other interested parties of Titahi Bay. All articles submitted for inclusion are checked by the Trustees for accuracy and appropriateness.
No responsibility is taken by the Trustees for the accuracy of any material on any pages within the Business Directory, or posted by individuals or groups within the Community section. We do our best to check facts, but if there's something wrong, please tell us via the Contact Us page.
The Community and Business pages of the website are monitored closely and any users who submit offensive or inappropriate content will have their registrations withdrawn (see next section).
The Trustees cannot be held responsible for any plagiarism, infringement of copyright, title, slogan, trademark, trade name, service mark, or intellectual property rights, resulting from material included in the website, nor for any unauthorised use of material in the website.
All material is checked for obscene language, defamation or libel, disparagement of product, and invasion of privacy. If the possibility exists for any material to present such legal problems, the Trustees reserve the right to check independently and to contact the contributor for clarification or explanation, or to reject the material outright.
The Trustees reserve the right to amend contributions for grammar and spelling to maintain the standards of the website.
To be recognised as a Personality on this website, individuals must meet the following criteria:
* have published books, newspaper or magazine columns, or artwork; and/or
* be recognised in the media for their talent (eg awards, 'ambassador', role model); and
* have strong ties to the Titahi Bay area (eg born, resided or practised their craft here); and
* have a profile that is apolitical.
The Trustees reserve the right to ultimately decide whether an individual is a suitable Personality for inclusion on this website, even if the above criteria are met.
Titahi Bay residents, friends of the Bay and other interested parties are welcome to register to use this website. To ensure the site is not used for spurious or inappropriate reasons, the Trustees reserve the right to check the name and contact details of those registering and/or reject non bona fide registrations (which include those that do not provide actual first and last names). The Trust may send occasional emails to registered users (not more than 4 times per year).
This website offers annual subscription-based advertising opportunitites for individuals, businesses and other non-charitable organisations for products and services within our Business Directory pages. See here for details about the advertising packages available. The Trust's Charitable Status allows all advertisers to apply to the Inland Revenue for a tax credit (individuals) or a tax deduction (businesses) from any subscription costs.
By default, all material on this website is free of copyright, meaning that it can be reused and reprinted anywhere else. The only exception is for contributed articles in which the author has requested copyright protection. For such articles, a copyright notice is included on the page displaying the article, and anyone wishing to reprint all or part of these articles must first request permission from the Titahi Bay Community Trust.
Business can be a club, an educational entity or a business of any kind. An Individual is a private person.