PRIVACY + COOKIES
This page explains more about who we are, and how we may collect, use, share and store personal data from visitors to this website.
WHO WE ARE
This is a website designed for informational and promotional purposes only, and as such collects no personal data beyond the normal exchange of information between your web browser and our host server, which is necessary to serve your browser with the pages you request.
There is no facility on this website for visitors to leave comments, submit contact requests, upload media, create accounts or passwords, purchase tickets, or otherwise interact in a way which would require personal data collection.
All interaction between your browser and our server is conducted via the secure https:// protocol. Details of our active, valid SSL certificate can be viewed in your browser at any time.
In light of the above, you will understand that this website does not – by design or intention – store, share or use any personal data collected from visitors.
Cookies are tiny text files placed on your computer when you interact with this website. You can choose to reject these cookies via your own browser settings, however doing so may prevent this website from loading and operating correctly.
This website only makes use of two cookies:
- wfwaf-authcookie – a temporary session cookie to prevent unauthorised administrator access.
- wordpress-test-cookie – a temporary session cookie which checks if your browser accepts cookies.
This website also makes use of embedded background video content from YouTube, a video sharing platform owned by Google. This results in their attempted setting of several cross-site tracking / content cookies, over which we have no control, but have no effect on the functionality of this website besides the displaying of our own specially-created background video content.
If you choose not to accept these additional cookies, we recommend you adjust the appropriate privacy protection settings of your web browser.
This website does not make use of analytics or visitor tracking software, beyond standard aggregated usage statistics. This includes such anonymous information as number of visitors, duration of visits, page views, device, user client, IP address, referring URL, and location.