Saturday 15th December

Privacy Policy

Last Updated: 24-MAY-2018 at 21:16
Reason for update: GDPR Compliance

Who will collect my data?

Your data is collected by:

What data do you collect from me?

Why do you need my data?

Your name is used to address you during corresponding.

Personal contact information (email address and phone number) is used to send replies to you when you have sent an email to me from this website.

Your company name is used to allow us to know which company we are corresponding with, this helps us to ensure that we are talking to the right people.

Website analytics are collected and processed by Google. Each data element that is collected by Google is collected and processed for the purpose of determining the demographic of users who visit and use this website in order to determine who to target services to. The information is also collected as a means of determining which operating systems and screen resolutions are used by users so that Motion Light Media are able to tailor your experience of this website.

Is my data shared with third parties?

Website analytics data is collected by Google and processed by Google, and Motion Light Media. Motion Light Media is the company responsible for the maintenance of the website and require the information in order to deliver tailored online services to us.

No other information is shared with any third parties.

How will my information be used?

Your names will be used in the following ways:

Email addresses will be used in the following ways:

Telephone numbers will be used in the following ways:

Website analytics data will be used in the following ways:

How long will you store my data for?

Data is stored only for as long we require it, oruntil you request that it is deleted, this can be done by providing a written request by email to

What rights do I have?

You can find your rights under GDPR here.

How do I make a complaint?

You have the right to make a complaint about how your information is collected, processed, or used.

Should you wish to make a complaint, please do so by contacting the data controller at We will attempt to make all efforts to rectify your complaint.

If you have made a complaint and are not satisfied by the outcome, then you may make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”). The ICO is the UK regulator of data and information.

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