We do not read anything from your computer.
We do not write anything to your computer.
We do not ourselves write or read 'cookies'. Cookies are little files that many web sites put on your computer, usually so that they can identify you next time you visit their site or to see your browsing history.
If you click on a link from our site to go to another web site, the owner of that other web site may have a different policy on cookies and privacy. They should publish their own policies on their web sites.
We receive a statistical report (from the company we use to hold and send you the web pages) that tells us how many people visit the site, how many times each page is read, and other general information about the use of the site. That report does not identify any visitor to the site. We are not able to identify any visitor to the site in any other way.
We do not know, and therefore cannot keep, any information about you.
You can contact us using the contact form without giving us your name or your email address.
If you would like a response we will need your email address but will use it only to respond to you.
If you send an email we will keep a copy of it and of our response for about 2 weeks or until any follow-up correspondence is finished.
We will not keep a copy of your email address once the correspondence has been finished.
We will not use your email address for any other reason than to respond to you.
We will not pass your email address to any other person or organisation, or arrange for it to be put on any mailing list.
We do not keep a mailing list. We do not send newsletters, reminders, notifications or anything else to anyone, including people who have given us their email address.