If you contact us by e-mail or via a contact form we will store a copy of your e-mail on a computer system. This system will remain in the UK under our personal control and can not be lawfully accessed by any other person or company.
Whilst we receive information about every visitor to our website, including the IP address that that visitor was using at the time, the type of device used to visit our site (such as a computer or smart phone), the screen resolution of that device, and various other minor subjects, none of this information can be used to personally identify you, and we do not store it in any way.
If you telephone those we may keep a written record of your phone call, in order to ensure that we can adequately follow any enquiry.
If you ask us to delete any of the above information at any time we will do so within a reasonable timescale.
We make all reasonable efforts to use the most up-to-date computer systems and anti viral software available, in order to prevent unauthorised access to our systems.
Under the terms of the UK Data Protection Act of 1998 you are entitled to ask for a copy of any personal information that we hold about you on our computer systems. If you wish to do so please write to us, providing proof of identity in the form of copies of two utility bills and either a photocopy of your driving licence or passport, together with a cheque for £12 and we will provide you with that information within a reasonable timescale.
We will not under normal circumstances provide, sell, lease, or transfer in any way, any information that we hold about you to any other person. The only grounds under which we will do so will be for the prevention of fraud or other illegal activities, or if we are instructed to do so by a court of law.