Privacy Policy

This policy document refers to the website

This document covers our policies in regards to how this website collects, stores, and uses any personal data we may hold about you.

The policies and information described in this document refer to this website only (  Any data processed by the company outside of the website is not covered in this Policy.

Any reference to “We” “Us” or “Our” refers to interactions with this website, and not any larger policies our business may hold.

By accessing and using our website you are indicating that you agree with the policies set out in this document. If you do not accept or agree to these policies, please stop using the website immediately.

We reserve the right to update this document at any time without prior notice.

Information we may collect from you

This website DOES NOT collect any sensitive personal data about you.

Your visit may be visible on our web server in the form of “general” cookie and analytics data. This includes, but is not limited to IP address and location data.

This website DOES NOT use any of the following data collection tools:

– Account memberships
– Enquiry forms
– Newsletter signups
– Guestbook entries
– Transactions
– Comments

Cookies used on our website

We use several types of cookie on our website, which can be grouped into the following categories:

Essential – These are cookies which are used for the efficient running of the website.

Analytics – Analytics cookies gather data to help us understand trends and website traffic data. These are used statistically (for example, number of visits to our website on a certain day).

Our website DOES NOT use cookies for any advertising.

Our website DOES NOT share any information with third parties.

All information you provide to us in the form of your browsing visit is stored on our secure web server. The website has a valid SSL Certificate. The website is hosted by Nativespace Ltd (Registration Number 06766801 – Registered in England). Nativespace Ltd are a CIF Certified Web Hosting Company. To see their Code of Practice, Data Processing Agreement, Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy please visit

How we use your information

We DO NOT collect or process sensitive personal information.

We will never use any Analytics information gathered to contact any individual for advertising or any other purpose.

Our website DOES NOT share information with third parties for advertising or any other purpose.

Any other websites linked from our website are not governed by this policy document. We have no control and accept no responsibility for content found on third party websites.

We are not responsible for the safety of any information that you share with third parties that we may link to or who advertise on this website.

Disclosure of information

We may disclose any information stored on our web server only under the following circumstances:

  • If you make a request to know what information we store about you.
  • If required by law.
  • To protect our rights, property, safety, or those of our customers.

Access to your information

You have the right, through the Data Protection Act 1998, to access information held about you. The access request may be subject to a fee of up to £10 to meet our costs of providing you with the information.

How to contact us

If you have any queries or comments regarding this privacy policy, please contact us via the contact details on this website.

General information about Cookies

Over 90% of websites use cookies. They are not good or bad, but they are in many cases necessary for websites to run correctly.

Cookies are a way for websites to remember information about you. This is only regarding analytics information and IP addresses and do not collect any personal sensitive data relating to any individual.

Without these cookies, every time you load the website, it would be as though you’ve never visited that website before.

Further Information

If you have concerns over what information is being stored in these cookies, you have several options.

You can turn off all cookies, though this will prevent many sites from working at all.

You can turn off 3rd party cookies. This prevents most websites from sharing your information with other websites. Some browsers do this automatically, but you should check your settings if you wish to use this option.

The final option is to look at websites individually, read their policies and learn just what they use cookies for. This will allow you to make an informed choice regarding which websites and cookies you wish to allow access to your information.

Should you have any concerns about this website outside of the information in this document please contact us using the details on our Contact page.

This Policy was updated on: 29/11/2023.