Privacy Policy

My policy on privacy is simple: you have a right to privacy, and I promise to uphold that.

The site collects information from its users via the comment form on individual blog post (news) entries and through the contact form. This information includes, but is not limited to: name and e-mail address. This information is collected to provide you with a service, e.g. so that I can respond to your query, and is entirely voluntary.

I will not sell or trade your details for marketing or any other purposes. I will not give away your details without your consent except where required or authorised by law.


A cookie is a small alphanumeric text file sent from a website that is stored on your computer. Cookies allow information to be saved between visits, e.g. to keep you logged in to a website or remember your order details in a shopping cart. uses Google Analytics to monitor traffic to the website. Google Analytics sets a cookie to identify repeat users to the website. Using Google Analytics allows me to view user trends, ensure the website works properly on all browsers and operating systems, and means I can prioritise information that visitors want to see e.g. based on how you find the website in the search engines. My Google Analytics data is set to expire after a period of 14 months from your last visit. Data sent to Google Analytics is anonymised so as not to identify individuals at any time.

Read more about how Google Analytics uses your data

The website contains links to other sites. I am not responsible for the content or policies of third party websites.

If you have any questions about my privacy policy, wish to know more about the information I have collected from you, or the practices of this website, please contact me:

Last updated: 20th August 2018

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