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The purpose of the following is to let you know our policies about the collection of the personal data of visitors to our website. Personal data includes any data that refers to you personally. This could include your name, email address, telephone number, and details of any queries that you raise with us.
The general data protection regulations (GDPR) is the overall legal basis of all of our data collection and processing.
Any information that you voluntarily provide us with as a result of a communication from you is stored on our computer systems for the sole purpose of answering your queries or following up any of the points that you have raised in your communication. It will not be used for marketing purposes in any way. This information can be used to personally identify you.
Other information which is available to us is information about your visit or visits to our website. This is collected automatically and includes such factors as the pages that you visited, together with the date and time of your visit; how long you spent on each page; and information about the device that you use to access our webpages including your IP (Internet Protocol) address, type of device, size of screen, operating system, and browser. This is information which cannot be used to personally identify you.
Data which can personally identify you is not processed in any way.
Data which cannot personally identify you may be processed in order to assist us in improving our website.
Neither data which can personally identify you, or that which cannot, will be used to send you unsolicited marketing material.
We may release data to 3rd parties if we believe it is necessary to do so in order to protect our own vital interests, those of our visitors, or your own. This information will only be provided when we have a legitimate reason for doing so and none of this information will be used for marketing purposes.
You are entitled to find out what data we hold about you and how we use it. You are also entitled to request us to delete such data.
Nonidentifying data may be stored on a web server which will be protected by recognised standard security procedures.
Identifying data will be kept under our own personal control and stored on our computer system in encrypted form. No person other than authorised persons will have legal access to this data.
We may be compelled to release data to competent authorities if we are required to do so in order to comply with the laws of the United Kingdom, and we reserve the right to do so.
We do not currently utilise cookies on this website but we may do so in the future. If we do so our policy regarding cookies will be published on this document.
It may be necessary for us to make changes to this policy in the future in order to either comply with changing regulations or because of our business policies. We reserve the right to do this without notice, but information about any changes will immediately be made available in this document.