This Site and Your Privacy

Internet Hyperlinks:

There are a few hyperlinks (links) to other websites on this page. These have been placed to help provide you with easy access to information. By hovering your mouse cursor (obviously this doesn’t apply to smartphones/tablets) over the link, you will be able to see at the bottom of your screen where the link will take you. If you are not comfortable with clicking on links, simply use your prefered search engine to find the information we talk about.

Your Data:

As you can see, we don’t ask you to sign up for anything. This means we aren’t collecting your personal data. However, in the future we will be adding a feature allowing you to sign up to receive emails from us. We will release a plain English privacy policy at that time. Needless to say, we will do everything we can to protect your data and will never sell it or pass it along to 3rd parties.


There is one cookie currently enabled on this site. It relates to how Cloudflare protects our site (and numerous others) from internet bots which have malicious intent.

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You can check for cookies on this site (or any other site) a couple of different ways. More information on how to do this can be found here.


There is no Facebook pixel enabled on this site. However, if you have a Facebook account they will be collecting data about you anyway, including your visit/s to this site. If you were unaware of this and/or are uncomfortable with having your internet browsing tracked and linked to you, wherever you go, we recommend using a search engine and entering the term “off facebook activity” (without the quote marks). Be aware though, that even if you set Facebook to not track you, they will still do so and will still collect data about every site you visit. According to their claims they will anonymise this data so it can’t be personally linked to you.


Third party tracking may also be enabled on your browser/s. If you don’t know what this is, read up on it. If you want to stop this tracking, there’s a few options out there depending on what browser you’re using. Again, use your search engine of choice and input a search term such as “disable third party tracking” (without the quote marks). Be aware though that some website will not display properly if you disable these trackers.

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