Privacy Policy

Cookies, GDPR and all that gubbins.

My privacy policy.

Excited to be here?

No, me either, but these things have got to be done, so read on about what I’m doing with your data.

To cut a long story short, I’m not doing anything with it – but needs must. 


Who doesn’t love cookies?

Personally, I’ve found some that are delicious. Honestly, if you’ve never tried a Stem Ginger and Dark Chocolate Chunk cookie, you’re missing out.

However, this bit is about cookies on my website.

Cookies record which pages you’ve looked at so I can work out my most popular pages, but that’s about it. It doesn’t tell me who you are or give me any information, like your email address or your favourite type of pasta.


The data I gather through my newsletter is held by MailChimp. You only receive the newsletter you sign up for (not a load of other random stuff) and you’ll never be badgered to come back if you unsubscribe.

I don’t hold your data and once you unsubscribe, I remove your details from MailChimp.

When you’ve gone you’ve gone.

You can read the MailChimp Privacy Policy here.

Collecting your details.

There are only a couple of occasions I need to collect your data, these include:

A) Filling in a contact form

B) Signing up for a newsletter

I’ll only contact you as a reply via email, or to send you a newsletter. Nothing more. And I won’t sell on your details either.

I wouldn’t know how, nor do I have the time.


ICO Registered & Data 443 Protected

Indelible Think is registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO), a legal requirement for all online businesses.

I’m also Data433 GDPR registered, taking a further step in keeping your data protected.


Want to know more?

If you have any questions on how I collect your data, click the button below or fill in the contact form at the foot of the page.