Cookies and Privacy

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file, typically of letters and numbers, downloaded on to a device when the user accesses certain websites. Cookies allow a website to recognise a user’s device.  

Why use cookies?

We use cookies to gather statistics of visits to this website; such as number of visitors, screen resolution and which were the popular pages etc. All this data is captured using the popular Google Analytics web tool. 

Please note that cookies do not harm your computer. We cannot gather or store personal information about individuals from this data. 

We are implementing the Implied Consent method of consent in response to the EU Cookie Law introduced 26th May 2011, under guidance from ICO in May 2012. As all our cookies are of 'low intrusiveness' - we suggest that by having the option of viewing this page, and clicking throughout the site, you, as a user of the website, have given your consent for cookies to be used and stored on your computer.

If you want to manage the cookies stored on your computer, we suggest that you look at this website

 

Your privacy

We want you to know that we will not share any of this collected data with any other third party. We will not sell or trade with it. Statistical data about visitors to this website will only be used to help us improve this site and how it is found by users of search engines. 

Any personal data collected by a user submitting an online form will only be used for our own purposes, to enable us to respond to their enquiry. If your enquiry is that of a customer:supplier relationship, then your details may be entered onto our customer database.

However, let us be clear that at no point will your details be passed on to a third party.