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at a website.
New EU Regulations, effective from 26th May 2011, require websites
to give users an informed choice about how to handle cookies.
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Data supplied on any contact form is not stored in any other retrieval system
and will never be sold or passed to third parties or used for marketing purposes,
without further consent, but is used purely to maintain communication with the
person who initiated the enquiry.
This website is linked to Google
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as statistics and no individual can be identified, nor can data be analysed to
create profiles of individuals. Google Analytics uses three cookies to track which
pages are accessed.
data is very useful for establishing the volume of people using the site and the
type of content people are most interested in. It allows us to tailor website
content to best serve our clients' customers. You can, however, download
a browser add-on from Google which will prevent Google Analytics from collecting
data about the websites and pages you visit.
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responsible for external content or sites. If you have any concerns, there are
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browser cookies what they are and how to manage them (ico.gov.uk)
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