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Like most websites you visit, this website automatically collects some information about you and your visit. You may also provide information when you submit a comment.
This privacy notice tells you what Personal Data (PD) and other data is collected, what it is used for and how it is used, how you can restrict that PD being passed to the website and what the implication of doing so might be.
It also tells you about your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We do not hold or process any PD other than that you provide to us manually or automatically by your browser through the use of this website.
We will not sell or rent your PD to third parties.
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The GDPR gives you certain rights.
You can request to receive the PD we hold about you.
You can ask for a copy of your PD by submitting a request via the contact form, giving us your name and email address. Once we have verified your email address, we will email you the data.
You can ask that we erase your PD by submitting a request via the contact form, giving us your name and email address you provided. Once we have verified your email address, we will erase the PD.
This privacy notice is effective from 25 May 2018 until it is withdrawn or superseded.
Changes to this privacy notice
This privacy notice is kept under regular review. This privacy notice was last updated on 08 April 2019.
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