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We will keep track of you as you view this website simply to allow us to dispaly our website to you.

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Our website does not offer shopping facilities or shopping carts, Our host will collect statistics on webpage and downloads, including IP Addresses, but this will not allow us to identify you. We have no other recording systems and no third party adverts are displayed on or linked to this website which could track your use. We record no personal identifying information from you viewing the site.

If you submit information to us, by email or though the contact form on this website, we’ll hold that information securely and may pass your details around our organisation so that we can respond to you, dealing with your enquiry.

If you engage with social media, organisations such as Facebook and Instagram will be keeping track of you, and we may interact with you as a user on those websites. We may embed information from those organisations within this website, as a customer of those companies – please see their privacy policies.