Personal Data - Your Privacy
If you have any questions, or wish to exercise your data protection rights please contact us using the details provided on the contact page.
What kind of data does our website collect?
- Server logs
- Email marketing subscription data
- Contact form data
- Google Analytics data
- Cookie data
Information about the pages you requested, including your IP address, request date/time, HTTP code, bytes served, user agent, and referrer are typically collected. This data can be combined into a single file, or separated into distinct logs, such as an access log, error log, or referrer log. These files are only accessible to the webmaster or other administrative person in the server/datacenter supply chain. A statistical analysis of the server log may be used to examine traffic patterns by time of day, day of week, referrer, or user agent. Efficient web site administration, adequate hosting resources and detection of any breach can be aided by analysis of the web server logs. Raw logs may only contain a few hours’ worth of data because they are discarded after the system processes them. As archiving is enabled, the system archives the raw log data before the system discards it. Archive logs are removed at the end of each month.
We have legitimate interests in collection and processing of the above data.
Email marketing subscription data
Mailchimp, Campaign monitor or other third party email marketing subscription forms linked to or embedded in our website
Mail chimp GDPR
Campaign monitor GDPR
Contact form data
Submission data are stored in website’s CMS and is accessible by CMS admins and webmaster. They are also emailed to the person submitting the form, as well as to our admin. Submission data are stored up to a maximum of 30 days and then automatically deleted.
Data are anonymised - read more
You can clear any cookie data via the Clear History or similar functionality within your browser.
Drupal CMS Cookie:
Drupal CMS session cookie. Standard part of Drupal. It doesn't record any specific credentials.
Part of the ShareThis sharing button functionality. Unique identifiers given to each computer to allow traffic analysis to ShareThis.
Where twitter acts as a third party host, it collects data through a range of plug-ins and integrations, that is primarily used for tracking and targeting.
Youtube Cookies (where a page displays an embeded video):
These cookies are used to collect anonymous statistics and performance data for embedded Youtube videos on our website
Cookies are used for advertising purposes
The uvc cookie is one of the cookies used to track usage of the Addthis.com service. It allows a user to share a webpage with many social sites. di, psc, ssc, uid, uvc These cookies are used to track usage of the Addthis.com service. Addthis allows the user to share a webpage with many social sites.