The person responsible for creating and maintaining our privacy policies is Andrew Slater who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information that we receive automatically every time that a visitor makes use of our website includes:
All of this information is generic and it cannot be used to individually identify a visitor. However under certain circumstances, it may be possible to identify a rough location (i.e. limited to perhaps a town) that the visitor was in at the time.
We may also be able to collect other information if this is given to us voluntarily by the visitor. This would involve this visitor contacting us and providing us with this information.
There are only two purposes that we put this information to. One is to look at the information statistically to determine which pages on our website are popular or unpopular, and this can help us to improve the site. Any information that we are provided with directly by the visitor is used purely to reply to enquiries.
We do not use any information that we collect in order to personalise advertisements, or for any other commercial purposes whatsoever apart from using the statistical data that we accumulate in order to improve our website. We do not sell, lease, or transfer in any way any of this data to any other company or person for financial reward.
We, and our service providers, have put in place industry standard security systems to keep information safe. We should point out however that sending information over the Internet can have risks, since the Internet is an insecure medium and you should be careful about what you transmit over it. It is possible for other persons to intercept Internet traffic and unless this is encrypted adequately it is possible for them to read it. You should never therefore send any important information over the Internet unless you are completely sure that it is protected by end to end encryption and that you are not on any type of public network. Do bear in mind that Wi-Fi systems, especially public ones, are basically insecure and we cannot guarantee the security of any data that you send over one.
We do not share any data with any person or company at all. Our website however does contain hyperlinks to other websites which are run by other companies. These companies may ask for information from you in order to provide a product or service that you have requested. These companies have their own data protection policies and you should check them individually to make sure that they are acceptable.
We are not able to contact any visitor directly unless that visitor has contacted us directly first. We will only do so if it is necessary in order to answer queries and we will not under any circumstances send unwanted commercial offers to anyone who has been in touch with us.
You are entitled to see a copy of any personally identifying information that we hold about you and whilst we are legally entitled to request a fee for this purpose we will not do so unless your request is clearly frivolous or excessive in number. You are also entitled to insist that we correct any false information that we hold about you, or delete it entirely which we will do within 28 days of a request supported by evidence that you are authorised to make such a request.
Whilst this is an extremely unlikely scenario we may be legally obliged to provide any information that we hold about any person in the event of criminal investigations. We reserve the right to comply with the laws of the United Kingdom in this respect.