Privacy policy


Cygnet Solutions Limited ('Cygnet') takes all reasonable steps to protect the privacy of all visitors to its website. The types of information we gather, and how that information is used, is described in the following sections.

Personal Information

Personal information is only collected by Cygnet if you decide to email us or use a response form on our website. Personal information received may include your: name; e-mail address; and any other information that you choose to impart.

Such information is used only to permit us to respond to your enquiry. Such response may be by email, telephone call or in writing. We may follow up an initial response with further information if we deem this to be helpful and appropriate.

Any personal information you supply will not be passed to any third party without your express prior consent. We never provide personal information for use by marketing companies in directories or databases.

General Information

Cygnet receives general information regarding the use of its website. Such information is received in the form of statistics in aggregate form and generally does not identify individual visitors. We use such information from time to time to assess the usefulness of our website and to aid improvement. The information is not used for direct marketing purposes, nor is it passed to third parties.


A cookie is a small item of data which may be sent from a web server to your browser and held on your computer's disk. Any cookies used by the Cygnet website relate to the browser session only and do not contain personal information. When the session is terminated, the cookie is automatically deleted. You may choose not to accept cookies by configuring your web browser's settings accordingly.

Links to other websites

Cygnet does not accept responsibility for the content or privacy policies of websites to which it may link.

Privacy Policy Updates

Any changes to our privacy policy will be displayed in this section of our website. [C]