The Obligatory Privacy Statement

If you have been kind enough to visit any of the websites that we administer, it may generate what is known as A COOKIE to speed up your next visit. This is sadly NOT the type of cookie that you can eat. Why do they call it a cookie if you can't eat it? Whatever... It's a bit misleading and unfair of them. The Admin of this site doesn't have any access at all to these cookies and can't use them for anything. If you aren't keen on having our cookies on your PC, feel free to delete them. We have no real interest in them and we also collect absolutely no information from them. Our ISP can probably tell us vaguely which territories in the world our visitors are from, if we can ever be bothered to go and look every couple of years, but to be honest, we are just happy that ANY people come to the site at all and we just leave it at that.

There is NO MASTER PLAN. There is nothing contained on this site or in its downloads that will EAT YOUR COMPUTER or GIVE IT INCURABLE DISEASES.

We cannot see (for example) that MR BLOGGS FROM ALDRIDGE IS LOOKING AT THE SITE or WHAT HE IS WEARING AT THE TIME OD DOING SO. If you are Mr Bloggs from Aldridge, rest assured, WE ARE NOT WATCHING YOU THROUGH YOUR COMPUTER. There is no need for you to go and put some clothes on.

The Forum that has been created and built by the Admin for one of the sites in the group is not viewable by 'general admission' amd this is in the interests of good behaviour and to keep idiots out, so a quick registration process is required to view. If you join the forum, you will be required to submit a user name, email address and password. By registering for the Forum, you accept the terms and conditions and basic rules of the forum, as outlined in the 'Rules and Registration' section.

The Forum Admin has no interest whatsoever in these boring details whatsoever, except as is required to maintain your access to the forum. Records are not kept anywhere of your user passwords (so you should keep your own record of that, just in case) and the Admin can't see what passwords are chosen when users register.

The Forum Admin can set you a temporary password (which means you can then go in and change the password to one of your choice) if you forget yours, but this apparently constitutes HARD WORK and it MAKES HIM VERY GRUMPY.

You may get the occasional 'all members' email from the forum. There is nothing at all SINISTER about this.

Your data is totally secure and will never be passed to anyone else.
We don't know how to find it anyway.

We take NO reponsibility whatsoever for any instances of mental illness, deterioration in health conditions, sexual deviation, etc etc, that may occur in your household as a result of you browsing the Internet, including this site.

That's it.