How data is collected & used
When you send us an email, via the contact form, it automatically saves your email address and any other information provided to a secure database. This data is used for legitimate reasons: to get in touch with you, or send email marketing advertisements. As a business, we don't sell or share your data with anybody and make sure it's secured at all times.
There is a notice before you hit 'send' to ask for consent before hand. Once you're in our database, we see you as a user who has shown interest and from time to time you may receive email advertisements. You can easily unsubscribe from our emails at anytime, the button is located at the bottom of each email sent. If you get an email from us and don't think you ever signed up or messaged us, please let us know.
I'd like to see the data you've stored on me
According to the Data Protection Act, we are required to have a process in place which allows you to view all the data we have stored on you. We do not store much information and most of it is just temporary, so we can get back to you. However, if you'd like to see the data we have on you then just send us a message.
Images and links
We have permission to use all the images on this site. In regards to photos including children, their parents have signed a document to allow the use of these photos on the site/social media. If you'd like an image removing for any reason, get in touch and it'll be taken down within 24 hours of the received request.
Cookies are a packet of data sent by an Internet server to a browser, which is returned by the browser each time it subsequently accesses the same server, used to identify the user or track their access to the server.
Essentially, they are around on every website to make your experience more personalised and advanced. They remember information and allow you to save passwords, for instance.
List of Cookies used
How we let you know
Find the browser that you like using to learn how to disable Cookies.
Press the padlock on the left of our domain saying 'secure'.
Then, it'll say 'Cookies', press it.
You can see what is currently in use from here.
Choose the menu "tools" then "options"
Click on the icon "privacy"
Find the menu "cookie" and select relevant options
Click on "Safari" at the top of the browser
Select "Preferences" option
Press "Security" and then go ahead