When someone visits this website we collect details of visitor behaviour patterns. We do this to find out things such as the number of visitors to the various parts of the website. We collect this information in a way that does not identify anyone and we do not make any attempt to find out your identity. If we want to collect personally identifiable information we will inform you about it and make it clear what use will be made of it.
Content Management System (CMS) – The software that runs this website stores a temporary (session) cookie or cookies on your machine which are removed from when you close your browser. These help to keep track of the pages your visit and help with the funcionality of the website. The website may also store some persitent cookies on your machine – an example might be a cookie that helps remember you when return to the site (these are stored for a period of time and then deleted automatically). Some CMS cookies are used to help us to see the number of visitors to the site but we do not collect personally identifiable data from these.
Visitor Behaviour – So that we can measure the popularity of pages, where people come from and other general statistics, we also use Google Analytics to track new and repeat visitors but this software does not have any information about who you are.
Functionality – We use some functionality based cookies to help the site function properly. Declining cookies these might change the way our website looks and/or behaves. These cookies are NOT used for targeted advertising.
Accept Cookies – If you accept cookies, this decision generates a cookie which is stored for a set period of time (usually 1 year), when it will be automatically deleted and you will be asked again if you wish to accept cookies from the site.
Occasionally, the pages on our site may link to other external websites (e.g. to point you to extra information about an event, or some relevant news or resource) – we are not responsible for the content or policies of any external site which we link to.
How can I manage Cookies on my own computer?
Your Browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or IE, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari etc.) has an menu option which will allow you to control and remove Cookies that have been stored on your computer. Sometimes this is in the same place where you view your History. Use your Browser’s Help facility if you are unsure where you can go to delete cookies.
Any information collected is anonymous and generalised except where you provide your details via a form.
Personal information you provide to us will not be passed to any third party except where we are required to by law (e.g. in the case of a request from law enforcement agencies).
Any e-mail addresses/names left in comments or mentioned in e-mails sent to us via the website will be kept private and not shared with third-parties without your permission except where we are required to pass them to a third-party by law (e.g. in the case of a request from law enforcement agencies).
Your privacy is respected at all times.