This document outlines our Privacy Policy, and justifications for our minimal, but necessary data collection

Data We Process

The data we process, and our reasons for doing so

Purpose Data (key elements) Basis
Website functionality Website activities are collected through cookies, such as when logging in to the website We use cookies and sessions to store a users state. In plain terms, this means that if a logged in user e.g. ticks the 'remember me' box, when they return to the website, they will not be prompted for their login credentials
Contact Form Contact form submissions are stored in an encrypted database

We store contact form submisions in our encrypted database, including IP addresses. The basis for collecting IP addresses, is to minimise the volume of spam/false emails we receive. If we notice a repetitive set of ip addresses submitting the contact form, we can block access to our services.

When we have received and actioned a digital contact form, this form is then deleted from our database.

Campaign Forms Campaign Form submissins are stored in an encrypted database We store names, addresses and e-mail addresses of users who sign up to our campaigns. Once any campaign has run its course, these details are promptly removed from our database.

How we use your data

We have never and will never sell, disclose, or mistreat your data AND/OR personal details. We respect and value the trust our users place in us, and would never conciously breach this trust.

The data we collect is retained for the explicit purposes outlined above, and only for as long as is required.

User data will never be passed on to third parties without prior consent. If we are using any campaign data for third parties and do not have consent to share, we will anonymise the data.


We may modify this Privacy Policy from time to time and will publish the most current version on our website. If a modification meaningfully reduces your rights, we'll notify people whose personal data we hold and is affected.