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We know how important it is for you to understand what happens to any information that we receive from you as a result of your visit to our website.  Accordingly, we hope the information below will provide you with the answers you need.


1.Non-identifiable information collected via cookies and other technologies


As set out in our cookie policy, like all websites, we collect certain information relating to your visits to our site that does not identify you personally but is used to help us run our site better for your benefit. We use and share this information freely with others involved in operating our website but only in an aggregated form.  So, for example, we might look at trends such as whether the percentage of visitors looking at any given page on the site is going up or down.


2. Information you provide directly to us – for example via a form on the site or via email – including personal data such as your name and address.


We use your information to provide, manage and administer your use of the website, and to contact you in response to your enquiries.


Unless you choose to opt out, we may also (a) use your information to contact you about those of our products and services that we think you might be interested in and (b) disclose your information to carefully selected third parties who we believe may have products or services that you might be interested in, in order that they can contact you directly.


You are entitled to ask us about the information that we hold relating to you and (in return for a small fee) to be given a copy of it.


By supplying any personal data to us relating to a third party, you are confirming that you are entitled to do so.


3. All information


By providing us with information, you are confirming that we may disclose any and all of it to:

  • those individuals and organisations (whether employees, or contractors) that we engage to assist us in carrying out the activities described in this policy.

  •  Regulators, law enforcement agencies (including the police) and fraud detection agencies.

You acknowledge and agree that in carrying out the activities described in this policy, your personal data may be transferred outside of the EEA.


Like all businesses, we are governed by the Data Protection legislation, which is designed to protect you and your data from improper use.  Accordingly, if at any time you wish to change the way in which we are allowed to use your data, please email us at  However, please note that changes may reduce your future use and enjoyment of our website.

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