Copyright and license

The contents of this website are protected by copyright. All material on this website is attributed to its original creator whose name appears next to their contribution to the website. If there is no name next to an item it has been contributed by Morecambe Bay Partnership.

Some items or content will state who the copyright holder is.  Copyright is retained by the individual rights holders. Permission to re-produce must be sought from them.

For all other content, material contributed to Morecambe Bay Partnership is made available for free and is licensed under Creative Commons Licence CC BY NC thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The information and materials on this website may be used for non-commercial purposes, for example for private research and study free of charge. Providing your project is of a non-commercial nature, you may reproduce, use, modify, store, adapt or share the information or materials, providing you give a credit in the following form:

“Reproduced from the “Recording Morecambe Bay” website © “INSERT NAME OF CONTRIBUTOR”

The contents of this copyright statement may be amended in the future and it is your responsibility to check the statement each time you want to reproduce material from the site.

If you decide to use material on this website you must also abide by our Terms of Use.

If you want to reproduce any item that appears on this website for commercial purposes, such as for a book, magazine or television programme, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner prior to reproduction. Reproduction fees may apply and you will be required to acknowledge the source of the item.

Any intellectual property of Morecambe Bay Partnership relating to the logos, design and functionality of the website remains the property of Morecambe Bay Partnershipl and must not be reproduced without the permission of Morecambe Bay Partnership.

For information about contributions to the website please refer to our Terms of Use.

Every effort has been made to establish the copyright holders of the material presented. However, if you believe the copyright of any item on the website belongs to you but you were not responsible for contributing it to the website, and you are able to prove this, please contact us so that we can insert the relevant credit or arrange for the item to be removed.

If you believe the material on this website contains personal or sensitive personal information and continued access would be unlawful or unfair under the Data Protection Act 2018 and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) then please contact us so we can consider removing the material.

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