Privacy Policy

Cookies and Data

Cookie Policy relates to the GreenRoom7 website located at  

We are committed to protecting your privacy and this policy sets out what information we collect, how we collect it and what we do with it.


Like many other websites, we use cookies to obtain and overall view of visitor habits and visitor volumes to our website.  Cookies are small pieces of information sent to your computer or device and stored on its hard drive to allow our websites to recognise you when you visit.  Our cookies do not in themselves recognise the individual user but will recognise the computer you are using so that we know when you are returning to GreenRoom7 online.  Most browsers will automatically accept cookies, but you can change the settings on your browser to prevent this happening.  Disabling cookies may adversely affect your usage of this website.


You may use aspects of this Site without the need to provide personal information, however, if you wish to contact us using the ‘contact us’ page then you will need to provide your contact details to enable us to do so. We may also collect anonymous information about your use of the Site from Cookies and/or pixel tags. This collected information is used for statistical analysis within our business. However our use of Cookies and/or pixel tags is in accordance with the Law and you can choose whether or not to accept them. We may also collect Internet Protocol addresses to assist us to diagnose and rectify problems with our Servers, but these addresses will not be linked to a person’s name or identity. 


Your information refers to the details about you (for example name, address, contact details etc) that you supply to us. Your information is collected when you request contact from us. The amount of information we collect is controlled by you.


We may use your information for reasonable administrative purposes to enable the fulfilment of requests made by you and in accordance with any terms and conditions applicable.


We may use your information to provide you with updates on our products and services. When you are subsequently contacted you will be informed how to opt out in the future.


Your information will be held in our secure databases at a secure address to prevent unauthorised access. The systems used are configured with data encryption or scrambling technologies and industry standard firewalls. If you are providing information on and for and on behalf of third parties then it is your responsibility to obtain their consent and make them aware of this Privacy Policy.


You can contact us by emailing:


Should you have any concerns regarding the information which we hold in respect of you please contact us so that we can rectify any problems.