We take the protection of personal data seriously and the following tells you how we will safeguard your privacy and use “cookies”.
What personal information do we collect?
Information that you give us through the website. We currently do not collect and store anonymous information about visits to and use of our website using cookies.
What are “cookies”?
“Cookies” are small text files that are downloaded onto a devise when users first access a website. They are used to maintain and monitor website use. They do not tell us who you are or make adverts pop-up.
What “cookies” does this website use?
The “cookies” on our website are downloaded from Google Analytics (_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz) to anonymously track how people use our site. We also embed some You Tube videos, which may send cookies if you click on the player, but this will not identify you (see You Tube for information). If you comment on our website, cookies will also be downloaded so that you will not need to retype all your details again when you want to leave another comment (comment_author, comment_author_email, comment_author_website).
How do I opt out of “cookie” use?
At any time you can set your browser to delete and block some or all “cookie” downloads (click on the links to see how to do on the top browsers). Please be aware that the majority of websites use “cookies”, so if you do choose to block their downloads, you may have problems using some sites.
What is Google Analytics?
Do we share your personal information?
What about security?
We will do all that we reasonably can to prevent the loss, alteration or misuse of personal data. However, we cannot guarantee the security of data sent via the internet, the transmission of which is not secure.
What about websites linked to our site?
Will your policy change?
What if I have any concerns about my privacy?