Privacy and Data Protection


No personally identifiable data is collected through your use of this website. The only data collected is anonymous visitor data including which pages are visited, search terms used to navigate to the site, approximate geographical area visited from, etc. This data is collected through the use of Google Analytics code.

Use of Personal Data

We are registered with the information commissioner as a data handler and take the protection of personally identifieable data seriously. No personal data is gathered as a result of your use of this website. We may maintain your contact details if you choose to contact us via this website, but will only use it to maintain contact with you should you wish to form a relationship to our work.


EU privacy laws require that visitors to any website need to be informed about and give consent to the use of "cookies" on that site - small pieces of data which are stored on the visitor's computer or browsing device and which may remain there, even after closing the website. The purpose of cookies is usually to enhance the website visitor's experience, but can sometimes be used for malicious or invasive purposes. We only use them to understand how well our website is informing you about the work we do.

Cookies on this website

The only cookies used on this site are related to the use of Google Analytics. We use the data from Google Analytics to form a picture of the number of visitors to the site, the types of search terms used and the number of visits to specific pages.

More information

If you would like to know more information about the cookies placed on your computer, please visit Google's information page:

The cookies we use are _utma, _utmb, _utmc and _utmz.

Browser opt-out extension

In the meantime, to avoid Google Analytics cookies being placed on your computer you can choose to download and install an extension for your web browser which allows you to opt out of Google Analytics information being sent to Google:





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