Third-Party Data Processors
We use a number of Third-Party Data Processors to process personal data on our behalf. Listed below are the Third-Party Data Processors currently operating on this website.
Site Visitation Tracking
Google Analytics, Google Ads & YouTube
Like most websites, this website uses Google Analytics tracking to monitor user interaction. We may use this data to assess the number of people visiting our site and their engagement with our content to better understand their behaviour and to ultimately provide a better user experience.
To view the types of data collected by Google Analytics, see:
The data collected is held for a retention period of 26 months.
To view Google’s Data Protection Statement, see:
Though Google Analytics records data such as your device, Internet browser, operating system and geographical location, none of this information is personally identifiable to us.
Google Analytics also records your computer's IP address, which could be used to personally identify you, but Google Analytics does not grant us access to this information.
Subsequently, any requests for the retrieval of personally identifiable data that is recorded and stored by Google Analytics should be submitted directly to Google.
To find out more about Google's cookies, see: https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?#types-of-cookies
We consider Google Analytics to be a Third-Party Data Processor.
Some aspects of this website may monitor user interaction and engagement to facilitate Facebook marketing.
To find out more about Facebook's cookies, and the information they collect, see: https://en-gb.facebook.com/policy.
We consider Facebook to be a Third-Party Data Processor.
AddThis Share Buttons
This website may include the integration of the AddThis Share Buttons software application, allowing our visitors to share the web page they are currently viewing via email and/or their social networks.
To discover what AddThis share bars do, see:
Although AddThis tracks generalised analytical data by default, any functionality regarding data collection and processing has subsequently been proactively disabled.
We consider AddThis to be a Third-Party Data Processor.
A "Cookie" refers to a small file that is downloaded onto your device (such as your computer, mobile phone or tablet) whenever you visit a website. These “Cookie files” allow the websites you visit to recognise your device and to gather information about your interaction with the website, as well as the device you are using.
A Cookie, by itself, cannot be used to identify you.
Opt-Out Of Cookies
You can choose to opt-out of cookies being stored on your device by disabling Cookies in the "Settings" your Internet browser, commonly found under the "Privacy" and / or "Security" tab(s). For step-by-step guides on how to remove cookies in various internet browsers, please click here.
If you do choose to refuse all Cookies and opt-out of Cookie Tracking, our website may not function for you as intended.
Links To Other Websites
This Third-Party Data Processors policy does not cover the links to external websites contained within this website. We encourage you to read the Privacy Statements on the other websites you visit.
Changes To This Privacy Notice
We keep our privacy notice under regular review. This privacy notice was last updated on 22 May 2018.