When visiting this web site, the only information we collect about you is very generic – and cannot be used to personally identify you, unless you have given your permission for it to do so. Broadly, this information includes: the domain or ISP you used to visit the site (for example, Virgin Media, BT or AOL), the date and time you visited, the page(s) that you visited (let’s us know what’s popular – or not), the page you left the site from (if everybody leaves at the same page, it suggests we should take a look at that page!)
However, if you do provide us with any personal information (by emailing us perhaps), we reserve the right to store this information for reference purposes. Which, in plain English, means your email will sit in our Inbox(es). How will we use this information? To reply to your enquiry is usually as far as it goes.
If the information is stored any longer, it’s usually because we’re working with you. We may also use this information to send you any information you request – such as newsletters etc. Please be assured, we will not disclose, give, sell or transfer any personal information about our visitors, unless required by law (and there’s not much we can do about that).
Our web developer is a clever chap, dedicated to his craft, and he has burnt a lot of midnight oil whilst ensuring that this site is as accessible as possible for all who visit it. This site has been tested in Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 (PC) , Firefox 1.5 and 2 (PC and Mac), Safari 4 (Mac) and Google Chrome (PC and Mac) so, however you are accessing this site, you should have no problems reading and interacting with it. The font size can be easily changed and the site uses external style sheets to dictate the layout and, where relevant, images are tagged appropriately. If you do contact us, please let us know as much technical detail as you can about your set-up (web browser, operating system etc). Thanks.