Privacy and cookies

COMBEbusiness is a community organisation established to support business around the Combe Martin, Ilfracombe and Woolacombe area of North Devon.


Any information provided to COMBEbusiness will be used for the purpose it was intended and will not be passed on to any other organisation without the express permission of the person or organisation providing the information. COMBEbusiness does not sell information or use your data to target advertising.

Where an individual or business is seeking help and COMBEbusiness identifies a third party that can provide this help, we will obtain your permission before making arrangements to establish contact between the two parties.

Sometimes COMBEbusiness is asked by organisations, such as councils and public sector agencies, for information on business trends and opinions to improve policies or services. When we collect such information, we will make it clear that the information is being collected for this purpose. Any data will be anonymised.

Cookies uses cookies to enable the web site to function effectively and to promote the site to search engines and on social media services. Cookies also enable the members’ business directory to function. COMBEbusiness does not use the information provided by cookies for any other purpose.

If you do not wish to accept cookies, please click on the ‘privacy’ tab to turn them off. You will have to do this in every web browser you use to access Please note that some features may not work with cookies disabled.

Members’ details

Members’ details are used to communicate with members by phone, mail, email, social media or any appropriate method. Members’ details are not provided to third parties without prior permission.


You are welcome to sign up for the COMBEbusiness email newsletter. This is distributed weekly with occasional extra bulletins where there is specific or urgent news. Your details are used solely for the distribution of the newsletter and you can unsubscribe from it at any time.

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