We understand the importance of your privacy and we will do our utmost to respect it. From 2018 new European legislation has come into effect to protect your personally identifiable information. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces previous Data Protection legislation. We aim to comply with the GDPR and we want you to understand how we collect, store and use your personal information.
When you use our website information will be logged by your and our Internet Service Providers as well as our web hosting company. This information may include how you arrived at our website, how you navigated within the site and how you left it. This may be associated with the IP address of your computer, or other internet device. This is standard practice when you visit any website online. We do not access or use this information in the normal course of business.
Information about how you used our website is also logged by Google Analytics. This data is stored by Google and we only use this data in an anonymised form to continuously improve the user experience and effectiveness of this website.
If you responded to online advertising or publicity before reaching this website (e.g on Google Adwords or Facebook) your activities on those platforms may be logged. The extent to which your online activity is recorded depends upon many factors including privacy settings on your browser and computer as well as how you have configured your online relationship with social media platforms.
Your personal information
We do not collect personal information via this website.
“Cookies” are small pieces of information that we store on your computer to help us run our website and offer you the best experience possible. You can use your internet browser to delete cookies or opt out of storing them but this will limit your ability to use all the features of our website.