From time to time we may need to amend this policy, so please visit this page every so often to make sure you are happy with any changes we may have made before continuing to view our site.
Whilst the owners of this website believe that the external links we have provided to other websites are safe and relevant, users are advised to make their own judgment before they click on any external web links and do so at their own risk as the owners of this site are unable to verify or guarantee content linked to in this way, are not responsible for the privacy or cookie policies of these sites and cannot be held liable for any damages or implications caused by visiting any external links provided.
Cookies are usually small text files, also known as browser cookies or tracking cookies. They are commonly used by web developers to help users navigate their websites more effectively and can also be used to track site traffic as well as viewer preferences.
For a detailed definition of cookies and how they work, you may wish to use the following link:
Google analytics: Like many businesses we use Google analytics to help us understand how much web traffic we are receiving, where our web traffic comes from and which pages are browsed on our site etc, so we can run our website and marketing campaigns more effectively. The information provided does not enable us to personally identify you or your browsing history as it is all collected anonymously.
Third party cookies
We have embedded numerous YouTube and Vimeo hosted videos on our site to enable you to see examples of our work without having to leave our site. When you view an embedded YouTube or vimeo video on our site, in accordance with instructions from YouTube and Vimeo, their cookies have been disabled.
1st February 2019