Talking About Heritage

Closes 15 Dec 2020



A smiling John Clancy wearing glasses stands behind the Laurieston bar, offering a pie.


1. Are you responding as an individual or an organisation?
2. Your data

We believe you should always know what data we collect from you, why we need it and how we look after it.

What data will you be sharing?

To help us understand who we are engaging with and whether we’re involving a wide range of individuals and organisations in understanding and talking about what is most important in our heritage, we’ll be asking you about some personal data and special category information. This includes:

  • your email address
  • your age range
  • the country you are based in
  • your race or ethnicity
  • whether you have a disability
  • whether you hold a religion or belief
  • your sex
  • your sexual orientation

All of your answers are optional.

Why do we need this data?

We want to increase engagement with a diverse range of people and communities. Your responses will help us to understand who we are currently engaging with and to help us to improve participation in our work and in future consultations.

What will we do with your data?

Our privacy notice explains your rights and our role in protecting the information that you share with us.

We will process your Personal Data in strict accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the Data Protection Act 2018.