How we collect data about you and your use of this web site
You are in control of what information we collect about you. However, if you choose not to share your information some areas of the web site may not be accessible or useable. We and our appointed development company also collect anonymous information about your use of the web site from cookies and by the use of tags. We may match information gathered from these sources with any information you have given us about yourself for the purposes explained in this policy. Cookies are small data files which are sent to your browser and pixel tags are used to read such cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies but you can both delete existing cookies from your browser and, by editing your browser options, choose not to receive cookies in future.
When you visit a website, a small text file called a cookie is placed on your computer. Cookies are used by many websites in order to function, or function more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
Links to other websites
The links within this site are used to add additional value to the site. We will always seek to make these links clear, so that you know you have left our web site. However, please be aware that these websites are owned and run by other companies and organisations and we cannot accept responsibility for any information you choose to divulge to a linked web site.
We strive to give web site users the best experience we can. To help us achieve this goal we may analyse anonymous data collected by cookies about how visitors use the web site. Such data also helps us to measure the success of our advertising campaigns. We may also collect Internet Protocol addresses to help diagnose problems with our servers and for system administration; these addresses are not linked to any individual.
Changes to this policy
This site undergoes constant improvement, therefore there may be changes to how we use your data. Any changes will be immediately updated in this policy.