Vision runs a free Wi-Fi network for visitors to Woodlea Mission. By connecting your device to this network, you agree to the terms shown on this page. If anything is unclear, please contact us before connecting your device.
Woodlea Wi-Fi is online every day from 8am-11pm.
Vision works with children and teenagers in Rossendale. We're a registered charity in England & Wales (no. 1138523) and a company limited by guarantee (no. 7315280). Our registered office is Woodlea Mission, Tenterfield Street, Rossendale, BB4 7BA.
CONNECTING YOUR DEVICE
How to connect
On your device, select Woodlea Wi-Fi from the list of available networks. The current password is displayed around Woodlea Mission. Your connection will end when you leave the building.
Woodlea Wi-Fi is available in every room, and is compatible with most phones, tablets and computers. We can't guarantee that it will work with every device, but if you have problems connecting, please speak to a member of our team who will try their best to help you.
Your personal information
You won't need to provide any personal details to connect, but some information about your device will be recorded and stored (see 'Your Personal Information' below).
You can use Woodlea Wi-Fi for...
Internet browsing (except on blocked sites)
Most other apps or games on your phone
Most social media and messaging apps
The following sites are blocked...
Sites which contain pornography or nudity are blocked
Sites promoting alcohol, drugs, or violence are blocked
Sites which hide or change your location or identity (proxy sites) are blocked
We'll do our very best to block unsuitable sites, but even on the most secure network there's always a risk that inappropriate content may still be accessible. If you access a website that you think should be blocked, please contact us.
WHAT'S NOT ALLOWED?
By using Woodlea Wi-Fi, you agree that...
You won't use the network for unlawful or illegal purposes
You won't use the network to embarrass, bully, or otherwise cause harm to others
You won't deliberately disrupt or damage the Wi-Fi network
You won't use the network to send or post computer viruses or harmful code
You won't use the network to send or post offensive or obscene material
You won't use the network for business purposes
Breaking this agreement
If you don't keep to this agreement, we can permanently block your device from accessing the network. Serious breaches may also result in you being refused entry to Vision events or activities, and reported to the police.
Information we collect
When you connect to our Wi-Fi network, some basic information about your device is logged. This includes your device name (e.g. "Matt's iPhone"), your MAC address (a unique code which allows us to block your device if you use the network inappropriately) and your manufacturer and model (e.g. Apple iPhone 6). No other personal details are collected from your device.
How we use data
We will only use the data we collect to manage the Wi-Fi network and carry out the terms of this agreement. This data is never merged with other personal information (such as your name or contact details) and will never be shared with anyone outside of the charity unless we are required to do so by law.
Woodlea Wi-Fi is open to all visitors, so it shouldn't be treated as a secure network. Any data you send or receive could potentially be accessed by someone else using the network, so be careful how much personal information you give to websites, apps or messages.
Vision is not responsible for the content that you may access while using Woodlea Wi-Fi. We also can't be held responsible for the security or accuracy of any information you send or receive while using our network.
We'll do our best to keep everything working, but we can't guarantee access 100% of the time. We will occasionally need to carry out routine maintenance which might disrupt the network, and can also stop the service completely for any reason at any time. We also reserve the right, if necessary, to block or restrict specific devices or users.
Vision can't be held responsible (liable) for any loss that occurs while using our Wi-Fi network, including loss of money, loss of opportunity, loss of data (including damage or corruption), or any other direct or indirect loss of any kind.
Inappropriate or unauthorised access
If you don't keep to this agreement, you can't hold Vision (or anyone connected to the charity) responsible for any liabilities, claims, losses, damages, costs or other expenses (including legal fees) that may arise as a result of improper, inappropriate or unauthorised use of our Wi-Fi network.
Our right to enforce this agreement
This agreement is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. Nothing in this agreement can restrict or limit our legal responsibilities as a Registered Charity. If any of the terms shown above are found to be unlawful or unenforceable, this won't affect our right to enforce the rest of this agreement.