Cookie & Privacy Policy

1. Introduction

The website uses cookies to monitor and manage the ongoing improvement of this website. Anonymous information is collected and used via industry standard tools. We request that you give your consent prior to using the site, explicit or implied, in accordance with The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 and amendments. The organisation also collects personal information when a contact form is submitted. This page outlines the organisation's approach to managing both the cookies and your privacy.

2. Cookies

A cookie is a file that is stored on your computer that allows the web masters of to monitor a visit or multiple visits over a period of time. This cookie does not capture any personal information like website logins, passwords or other sensitive information. uses Google Analytics as its tracking code - this allows us to see how well our website meets your expectations and, therefore, helps us make improvements to the navigation, to the design and to the content.

3. Other tracking tools

From time to time, the webmasters may add other tracking tools that might place cookies on your device, in order to continue to improve the usability of the website. This might include tools that capture behaviour on a page, such as showing mouse movements or parts of the page that were clicked on. This is purely to continue the improvement of your experience of the website.

4. Your permission

Confirmation via the onscreen prompt or through your continued use of the website demonstrates consent of the use of these cookies on your part, albeit implied; if you would rather not have these cookies stored on your machine, please disable them from your browser settings.

5. Privacy Policy

The only time we collect data beyond what is described above, is when visitors submit information via the contact forms. This information is collected, stored and used in order to respond to enquiries made, which may include follow up communications by staff. We do not and will not sell, lease or give access to this data to any third party organisation, unless requested to do so by legal or governmental agencies in accordance with UK laws.

This policy will be updated to meet the European General Data Protection Regulations.

6. Concerns

If you have concerns about your privacy on the website, please get in touch with us or, for more information on the requirements of organisations using data, take a look at the Information Commissioner's Office website (

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