Silloth-on-Solway Town Council Website: Terms


Silloth-on-Solway Town Council make every effort to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up to date. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any loss or inconvenience caused by reliance on inaccurate material contained on this site.

If you find the content of any material unacceptable or offensive on this site or on a site that this website links to please Contact Us

Links to Other Sites

Links are provided for your convenience and inclusion of any links to external websites do not imply endorsement or approval by Silloth-on-Solway Town Council of the linked site, its operator or its content. We are not responsible for the content of any website outside of our site. Where we need to use cookies on this website we will inform you and ask for your permission – we cannot however guarantee that sites that we link to will do the same. More about Cookies here.


All rights of all material including the design, text and graphics on this website is copyright of Silloth-on-Solway Town Council. Permission is granted to electronically copy and print, in hard copy, portions of our site solely for private use.

Any other use of the materials on our site is strictly prohibited without our prior written permission. Should you require permission, please Contact the Town Clerk.

Online Translation and language tools

There are a number of translation tools available on the internet which can be used to navigate this website (some languages may require the relevant language fonts to be installed on your computer to work).

Please be aware that these free on-line automated machine language translators do not provide a 100% accurate or fluent translation of our website and may make fairly basic mistakes. See links below to the better known translators:

Google Translate

Bing Translator


This website has been designed to be accessible and inclusive to as many people as possible.

Cascading style sheets are used for visual layout. Font sizes are set relatively so that the pages will increase or decrease with your browser settings (under ‘View’ on your toolbar).

Even so, many people may benefit from using the accessibility features of modern computers.

The BBC have some useful ‘How to …’ guides and factsheets that can help make web browsing a more accessible experience:

The RNIB also have a very useful guide which explains the Accessibility features of many modern computers:

Although it is mainly written for people with low or no vision, it is also useful for all abilities.