Non-Personal Information Collected Automatically
When you access our website, we may automatically (that is, not as the result of you personally entering data or emailing us) collect information that is not personally-identifiable. This information may include for example: type of Internet browser and computer or mobile operating system used; domain name of the website from which you came; search terms you may have used that located us; number of visits; time spent on our site; pages viewed on our site. We may use this information to measure the use of our website and improve its content.
Our website stores certain information on your computer in the form of a "cookie" file, which may be used to help to improve your use of our website in your subsequent visits. Cookies can be rejected and/or removed, this is controlled by your browser settings.
Personal Information That You Enter
Through our website, we will not collect any personally-identifiable information about you (for example your name, business address, telephone number or e-mail address), unless you voluntarily choose to provide it to us by entering it directly into a form on the website or by emailing us directly from the website.
When you provide us with personally-identifiable information, we will use it to respond to your enquiry. We will also keep the information on our accounts website for invoicing purposes following your enquiry and for any future bookings you may enter into.
You have the right to object to us using your personal data for our legitimate interests, if you wish to do so please email us at email@example.com. Please bear in mind that if you object to us using your personal data then this may affect our ability to provide a service to you.
We do not sell, rent or otherwise market your personally-identifiable information to third parties.
We take precautions to ensure the security of your personal information and protect it from loss, destruction, falsification, manipulation, and unauthorised access or disclosure.
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