What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files created by your computer on behalf of a website. They're used to help the website perform actions and remember things.
For example, Facebook sets a cookie to remember who you are. Otherwise you'd have to login on every page.
Are they needed?
Some cookies are essential for a website to work. Like the previous example of Facebook, or for Amazon to remember your shopping basket.
Others are not essential, but enhance the website. An example of these value-adding cookies are the ones set by Google Analytics. This provides a website with anonymous information about how well a website is working, by setting these cookies websites can continuously improve.
What cookies does this website set?
We set the previously mentioned Google Analytics cookies. You may opt-out of these at https://tools.google.com/dlpag...
Our content management system, Craft, may also set some cookies for essential operation of the website.
What do we do with information?
If you decide to provide us with information through the website - such as your name, email address, or phone number, we'll send it securely over HTTPS.
We may store this information in for our records and to reply to you. But your information will never be shared with anybody else, without your express permission.
If you opt-in to any of our marketing opportunities we may occasionally send you information that we think you might be interested in
By using this website you agree to us anonymously log your visit on the website so that we can improve it.
We'll never automatically add you to newsletters or other marketing opportunities. If you decide to opt-in to these you'll be able to opt-out at any time and you'll be removed from that list immediately.
If required by law, we will disclose your personal information to the appropriate organisations.
Our website is developed and hosted by The Rye Agency. When you submit information through the website it is stored on their servers. But the sole responsibility of the security and use of the data remains with us.
Occasionally The Rye Agency or their trusted partners may need access to any information stored on the website to conduct upgrades and technical fixes. They will never use this information beyond their remit of testing the website and will never share your information with third parties.
Some links may take you to other websites that we don't control. We are not responsible for these websites, and they will have their own privacy statements that we encourage you to read.
The Internet by its nature is not 100% secure, but we take reasonable precautions to protect your data to make sure it is not inappropriately lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered or destroyed.
By continuing using the website you're allowed to use the website under the laws that govern you.
Changes to this policy
We hold the right to update this policy at any time, without notice or notification. Please review it frequently.
If we are acquired or merge with another company, or launch a new version of this website, your information may be transferred to that new website without notice.