What information we collect and what we do with it.

To make sure we keep delivering the best service and products for you, we collect and hold some details about you when you get in touch or connect with us.

When you join our mailing list we ask for your contact details. We’ll keep a record of this information so we can get in touch with you.

To make sure we can deal with any issues quickly, we’ll keep a record of any emails you send us. This helps us to review any problems or concerns you’ve had and makes it easier for us to get things sorted if we need to.

Any data we record or store is kept safely and securely and we never sell data to third parties.


Cookies make your website experience faster and easier. Our website uses cookies to help you move around the site and find the information you’re looking for.

Simply put, cookies are small text files that websites can send to your computer. Cookies are not computer programs and can’t read other information saved on your hard drive. They can’t be used to spread viruses, or get your email address. The cookies on our site tell us information about your visit such as the pages you visit and where you may go to once you have left, but most importantly, on your first visit you always receive the opportunity to sign up to our newsletter. Our sites cookies remember that you have visited before and therefor do not present you with this option again, so as not to disturb your access to the information you are after.

The European Union Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications – which came into force on 31st July 2002 – shows that cookies are a useful tool for many activities, including checking the identity of website users. The Directive makes it compulsory for websites to inform users if cookies are being used and how they are used. That’s why we’re sharing this information with you.

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