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We may use this information to better understand our target market and improve our marketing.
Unless otherwise stated, we do not capture or keep any personal information. If you make an order through one of the organisations and/or retailers we link too then the information you enter is held with them.
If you decide to get in touch with us in any way (like through our contact page) then we reserve the right to retain your contact details and email you at a later date. We will never pass on your details unless requested to do so in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom.