Please read the following privacy information carefully.  By using the Services provided by Us, you agree and abide by the conditions outlined below.

Your privacy on the Internet is important to Us.  As part of the operations for Our Websites, We gather certain types of information about the user.  By using Our Services and Websites, you agree to the following Privacy Policy, which constitutes an agreement between you and Us.  Our privacy policies are subsequent to change at any time.  Any changes made will not become active until they are posted on Our Websites.


Data Collection

We employ the use of cookies in order to implement tracking facilities.  A cookie is a small data file that web sites store on your hard drive when you visit them.  Cookies allow sites to measure activity and to improve a user's experience by remembering passwords and viewing preferences.

We collect the following information permanently:

  • Users name
  • Users email
  • Users location
  • General information (if/when provided)
  • Date & time stamping

We have access to the following additional information:

  • Users referring url
  • Users ip address
  • Users isp name
  • Users browser details
  • Users site activity

Confidentiality

Any information collected via Our Websites is strictly confidential.  We will never sell, rent, or otherwise share a users' personal information with any third parties.  We will disclose information we collect as required by law, for example, in response to a court order or summons or to disclose information to a specific law enforcement agency.


Children's Privacy

We encourage parents and guardians to spend time with their children online and become familiar with the sites their children visit.  We rely on visitors to be truthful in responding to any questions asked.  We are based in the UK but respect and agree with the COPPA Act.  Individuals Under 13; No information should be submitted to Our Websites by users under the age of 14.

We request that children under the age of 16 not submit information regarding feedback.  If an individual between the ages of 14 and 16 does so, We may collect information including personally identifying information.  If a user or his/her parent or guardian changes his/her mind with respect to such use, that user, parent or guardian may stop or change that use by email request.

For more detailed information visit the Federal Trade Commission website and view the C.O.P.P.A and Kid's Privacy pages:

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