Cookies, Privacy & Security

Cookies & Privacy

This website does not store any information about you and only sets a limited number of third-party cookies to serve the site content and gather anonymised analytics data.

Use of Cookies

What Are Cookies

This website uses cookies to collect information. Cookies are small data files which are placed on your computer or other mobile or handheld device (such as smart ‘phones or ‘tablets’) as you browse this website. They are used to ‘remember’ when your computer or device accesses this website. The cookies are essential to the effective operation of our website and to enable to you use it.

Cookies may be set by the site that you are visiting (known as first-party cookies), or by other websites who serve up content on that site (third-party cookies).

What Are Cookies Used For?

A cookie can, for example: enable a service to recognise your device so you don’t have to give the same information several times during one task; for example, remembering items you have saved to your basket on a previous visit to the website, including where the browser has been closed and a new session has begun; measuring how many people are using the site, to ensure there is enough capacity for the site to operate at a reasonable speed; completion and support of the current activity being undertaken by the user, for example previously viewed pages or products; and website and system administration, for example, tracking the number of website users for marketing purposes.

What Third Party Cookies We Use

Google Analytics

These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come from and the pages they have visited.

Click here for an overview of privacy at Google.


Registered Site members need a cookie to be able to log in. This is necessary to be able to use the site as WordPress won’t work without it. Visitors who leave a comment on a blog post will also have a cookie set on their computer. However, this is not necessary for use of the site and you also don’t need to register to use this site.

Click here for an overview of cookies WordPress uses.

Cookie Information Collected

Some cookies collect information about browsing behaviour by people who access this website via the same computer or device.  This includes information about pages viewed, how the user interacts with software, or the customer journey around a website.  All of this data is collected anonymously. We do not use cookies to collect or record information on users’ name, address or other contact details. We cannot use cookies to monitor individual customer browsing behaviour.

What Happens If I Disable Cookies?

This depends but in general, the site may not operate properly if cookies are switched off. The process of disabling cookies is different for each browser so please refer to your browser help or documentation for how to do this.

To find out more about how to manage and delete cookies, visit For more details about advertising cookies, and how to manage them, visit (EU based).

It’s important to note that restricting or disabling the use of cookies can limit the functionality of sites or prevent them from working correctly.

Data We Collect Via the Site

We do not collect any data from you via this website.

Site Security – How We Aim to Protect Your Data

We use Internet standard encryption technology (“SSL” or “Secure Socket Layer” technology) to encode personal data that you send to us when placing an order through the Website. To check that you are in a secure area of the Website before sending personal data to us, please look at the relevant area of your preferred website browser and check that it displays an image of a closed padlock or an unbroken key, or equivalent to signify a secure connection.

We also take measures to ensure our hosting server (based in the UK) is secure using website software that is compatible with the software of our server. Additionally, we conduct regular virus and malware scans to ensure the server is clear of any malicious software that could compromise the security of both our server and website. We scan the Site for these too.

Furthermore, we always ensure WordPress and the site plugins are kept up to date at all times to incorporate the latest vulnerability fixes.

Additionally, to help us in our site security we use the most popular WordPress firewall & security scanner: Wordfence. Wordfence includes an endpoint firewall and malware scanner that was built from the ground up to protect WordPress. Their Threat Defence Feed arms Wordfence with the newest firewall rules, malware signatures and malicious IP addresses it needs to keep a website safe. Rounded out by a suite of additional features, Wordfence is the most comprehensive WordPress security solution available. Find out more information about Wordfence here:

As part of its functions, Wordfence will occasionally transfer aggregated data to our servers for analysis when detecting spam, malware or attacks. This data can not be used to de-anonymize a site visitor or member.

However, please note that whilst we take appropriate technical and organisational measures to safeguard the personal data that you provide to us, no transmission over the Internet can ever be guaranteed secure.  Consequently, please note that we cannot guarantee the security of any personal data that you transfer over the Internet to us.

If you are using a computer or terminal in a public location, we recommend that you always log out and close the website browser when you complete an online session for your security.

Deleting Your Data

As we do not save or store any data there is no need to contact us to delete it.

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