Cookies are a small file which our site will place on your computer when you visit. They help to ensure our users get the most out of our website, for example by helping to reduce how long it takes to load a page or remembering your viewing preferences from a previous visit.
Information collected via forms submitted by users to our website- for example, email newsletter subscriptions and preferences- is retained for administration purposes only and will never be used for any other purpose than is explicitly stated or implied at the point of submission, nor will it be passed to a third party without your express permission. You are entitled to contact a member of our administration team at any point to request what personal information we might hold about you, and instruct us to remove it from our records if required.
Our website also uses Google Analytics to track visitor statistics. Analytics tracks simple information such as how you arrived on our website, what content you read the most and how to move around the website. We use this information to help improve our website and the ways in which you can access it, so you get a better experience the next time you visit. All information gathered through Analytics is anonymous and we never knowingly collect any personal and/or identifying information. We do not share this information with any other third party beyond our appointed administration team.
Please note that as Google Analytics is provided by a third party and the information they collect is therefore outside our control, we cannot accept responsibility for any changes in their service.
By continuing to use our website, we assume your consent to the cookies and analytics scripts present on it.