Privacy & Cookies Policy

This Data Protection and Privacy Policy relates to your personal data provided by you to Voodoo UK Ltd. We accept your right to privacy and we are committed to keeping your personal information private and tell you how we may use it. This document outlines the approach we follow.

Data Protection Registrar

We are bound by the Data Protection Act 1998 to follow the principles of ‘good information handling’ to protect any personal data we hold about you. We are registered with the Data Protection Registrar.

Storing Information

We store information in the following ways:

by various forms submitted by you
by using “cookies” & log files
by software that generates statistics about use of our site.

Information submitted by you in whatever way, such as by enquiry or some other forms will be used only to provide you marketing services that you have requested and for any administrative purpose. This personal information will not be accessible by other users of our website.

Cookies Policy

What are Cookies?

Cookies are text files stored on your computer when you visit certain websites. We use cookies when necessary, to find out the parts of our website you like most and what is the most relevant to you.

We don’t store personal, sensitive or confidential information in the cookie information we store. We can request your permission to store this information when you arrive on the website for the first time.

How we use Cookies
This website uses cookies to help us improve user experience. To get the best from our website you will need to have cookies enabled on your browser. If you disable cookies, you will still be able to move round the site, but certain functionality might not work properly.

The cookies don’t store personal or confidential information; they simply store a unique reference number that records your visit so we can recognise who you are and provide certain information to you.

Information on how to prevent, block or delete cookies can be found in the text below

Third Party Cookies

Some of the cookies stored on your computer are related to third party organisations and applications

Google Analytics – helps us to view and analyse visitor information; such as browser versions, visitor numbers, and response to marketing campaigns. Using this application helps us to improve the website and your user experience.

The information stored by these cookies is safe never contains any sensitive information and can only be seen by Google and ourselves.

Third party sites, such as Google, may show our marketing campaigns across other websites in their Google Display Network. To opt out of Google cookies, visit the Google advertising opt-out page.

Share Buttons – If you choose to ‘share’ any of our content with associates or contributors through any of the social media platforms – you may receive cookies from these websites. We are unable to control the transfer of these cookies, so may consider visiting the third-party providers for more information about their cookies and how they are managed

Cookie Management

Most web browsers have cookies enabled. You can modify your internet browser to deny cookies, or to be notified if a cookie is stored. Different internet browsers have different approaches to this, so please refer to browser support to make any changes.

To find out more about cookies you may choose to visit

Disclosure to Third Parties

We will not sell or give away your confidential information to any third parties whatsoever. We will do everything we can to comply with the criteria of the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
We have made a number of security measures to safeguard your information and we will use all possible efforts to keep your information secure. However, transference made across the internet is not completely secure and therefore we take no liability for disclosure of any data due to errors in transference or access to our IT and web systems by unauthorised third parties.

Personal Privacy

Please be aware that protection of your privacy starts with you. You are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your data and you should always be mindful of what data you share on the internet. However we will keep personal data as safe as possible and try to prevent any access, disclosure or loss.

Third Party Policies

If you choose to link through to a third party’s website from our website, you will be subject to that website’s privacy policy over which we are not responsible. We therefore cannot assume any liability for third party policies that are not ours.


We may keep your data for as long as needed to carry out any related work, and then subject to legal or other requirements, it will be deleted.

We retain the right to change this Data Protection & Privacy Policy at any time but we will always make available our most up to date policy statements on our website. This policy shall not create any contractual relationship between Voodoo UK Ltd and any other party; nor shall it confer rights of any description on any party.


In using the marketing services offered by Voodoo UK Ltd,, you accept this privacy policy. If you are not comfortable with any aspect of this policy then we must ask you to not use our website.

Updating your Personal Information

If your personal details change, please make contact with us. We confirm that you have complete access to any information we store about you. If you wish to see this information then please send an email to us at Alternatively you may choose to write to us:

The Data Protection Manager, VOODOO AGENCY, 15 Olympic Court, Boardmans Way, Whitehills Business Park, Lancashire, FY4 5GU. Telephone 0845 056 0012