Introduction to Decolonisation

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Whilst all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of content, no responsibility can be taken for any error or omission.

We take your privacy seriously and committed to preserving the privacy of all visitors to our website. Any information you provide is solely to enable us to process your enquiry and provide a high level of service.

This site has several web admin and the original creator/web developer cannot accept responsibility for content nor accuracy or use of plugins nor updates.

Information that we collect from you


Necessary cookies to allow your customer journey

Some cookies are essential to your web journey to enable to you to access secure parts of the website, this would include making an online booking, taking an e-payment or an online enquiry. Without cookies, you would be unable to do these tasks online. Our website may not currently use these necessary cookies, but your browser may alert you it is: please see Analytical Tracking Cookies below.

Analytical Tracking Cookies to allow us to improve your experience

Our tracking cookies collect information anonymously about how you browse and use our website, what pages you visit, how you entered the site and where you left it. This data is anonymous and not specific to you. Tracking your visit in such a way helps us to make improvements to the web experience we offer by identifying pages where more visitors may be exiting the website, or where visitors may be struggling to find necessary information. If your IP is set to visible, it will show which country you are visiting from. You may have an option in your web browser such as “do not track” or similar if you do not wish to be tracked. You are, of course, more than welcome to do this then you are not visible to even Google Analytics. See Managing Your Cookies below for more information.

Cookies that YouTube or other embedded media use

We may use embedded media on our website, for example: YouTube videos. These are embedded media but may use external cookies from these companies. Some of these cookies, whilst classed as “analytical”, may also be as “advertisement” cookies. The cookies used may be telling the system which YouTube player to use for your device – ie. the old interface or the new interface. Another cookie may register a “count” to the plays of the video back on YouTube.

If we have the option to turn off or minimise use of cookies for our embedded media, without doubt, we will. We strive to use as little cookies as possible in our user experience, but some options available to us, like embedding YouTube videos, may be unavoidable if we wish to use such useful features on our site.


WordPress may use cookies for selected plugins. We routinely check for this and will state here if needed if we use a cookie driven plugin (ie. Member area).

Who we share your data with

If you request a password reset, your IP address will be included in the reset email.


When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. This is perfectly normal and a correct procedure for your contribution to a website.

An anonymised string created from your email address (also called a hash) may be provided to the Gravatar – or “Global Avatar” – service to see if you are using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: After approval of your comment, your profile picture is visible to the public in the context of your comment. Please manage your Gravatar on the service provider your allocated to show across the internet. We do not and will not have access to such services.

If you wish to delete your comment, please do. If you do not have access to your comment you may contact us for us to remove your comment for you. You must state the exact page, time and name to allow us to delete your comment for you. There may be a charge for this service due to admin time deleting your comments for you.

Managing your cookies

You will be able to use the Help menu bar on most browsers to get information on how to block or prevent cookies. This will give you information on how to disable cookies altogether, however, we strongly recommend that you leave your cookies enabled, so that we can continue to help evolve websites and your user experience.

We recommend a web browser like Brave or Firefox if you do not wish to be tracked by cookies.

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