You should be aware that during your visit to our website we collect anonymous information related to the ways in which you interact with our website. When you first visit our website, your browser stores a small text file on your computer (cookie) which is sent to our web server each time you visit one of our website’s pages. This information is then used to determine which pages have been most relevant to what you were looking for.
In addition to this, we also record personal information in order to satisfy your requests whenever you complete our contact us forms. For example when you request a brochure we ask that you provide your name and address so we can post the brochure to you. In accordance to the Data Protection Act 1998, you may request and update the information we store about you.
Regardless of whether the information we collect about you is personal or not, we do not share it with any third-parties without having your consent.