We will always respect the privacy of individuals and organisations who browse our website and leave contact details with us.
This website does not track your activity as an individual.
We regard our visitors’ privacy as being of the utmost importance. Any information you submit to us, either through this website or through any other means such as email, telephone or letter, will be regarded as confidential, and will not be passed to any 3rd party without your express prior permission. Any such information will be stored and/or disposed of in accordance with applicable data protection legislation.
When you contact us through any contact form on the site or using our email address:
- we protect your details against third party access or modification – we do not rent, sell, or share personal information about you with any other organisation
- we provide you with mechanisms to amend your details as retained by us, or remove them from our database
- we allow you to specify the level of future contact that you will receive from us and we will respect your wishes.
If you wish to amend your details, or be removed from our contact database, please use our contact form.
We use Google Analytics to provide statistics on website traffic – see below for the Google explanation.
We do not use 3rd Party / Tracking / Advertising cookies.
If you do not know what cookies are or would like more information, this BBC article provides a simple explanation. AboutCookies.org provides further information, including how to delete cookies in your browser.
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