Privacy Policy & Cookies

This page contains the privacy policy and cookie policy for

We have tried to write our policy in easy to understand language rather than lawyer-speak.

If you require any further information please get in contact.

Privacy Policy

We take the privacy of our users extremely seriously.

We do not collect any personally identifiable information on this website.

To protect you when you visit this website we make use of Comodo/CloudFlare SSL/HTTPS which uses 128-bit encryption. To check this is working you can see and click on the padlock in the address bar. You can see an image of what this looks like in Chrome below:


On no part of our website will you be asked to fill in any personal information (except if you want to get in contact via our contact form to make a comment or suggestion).

If you click any links on this website that take you to a third party, please refer to the privacy policy / terms of the corresponding website for more information.

We are not responsible for the website or content of third party websites that you visit.

We use WordPress Stats to collect some basic anonymous statistics on your visit, such as pages visited.

This website makes use of CloudFlare, a security service that protects this website. You can read more about CloudFlare below.


As of May 2011, EU websites are required to list which cookies are used on websites.

This website itself does not collect cookies, however one of the services we use called CloudFlare does use a cookie.

The cookie is called: __cfduid

The CloudFlare service protects this website from malicious attacks from hackers and bots, and also protects us from DDoS attacks.

It is not designed to collect any personally identifiable information about you, nor is it connected to marketing to you in anway.

You can find out more about the CloudFlare cookie here (external link).