Privacy statement

Epigram Communications & Design Limited (Epigram) respects the privacy of every individual who visits our website. The purpose of our privacy statement is to outline the information Epigram may collect and how we may use that information.

As technology continues to develop, our privacy statement may need changing in order to provide the best possible service to our site visitors. We would recommend you to check and make sure that you have read our most recent policy statement when you visit our website.

Currently Epigram does not collect any personally identifiable information about you (i.e. your name, address etc.) through our website. Only when you voluntarily contact us will we have your information.

Epigram may use the information provided by you (together with other information we hold or obtain) to send you information and offers about our goods and / or services, which we believe, may be of interest to you. This may involve contacting you by post, email or telephone.

We also offer you an “opt-out” option at any time should you wish to cease receiving e-mails or other information from us.

We do not now and do not currently intend to give or sell personal information about you to third parties.

We do not use “cookie” technology and IP addresses to obtain personal information when you connect to our site. However, to help you understand the cookies we do use on our site, we have complied the following information for you:


Cookies are small text files placed on your computer that are used when you browse a website.

The Epigram website, like most websites, uses these to track user behaviour, so we can help understand website usage and ultimately seek to enhance that experience. This is not data from which you can be personally identified

The Epigram website currently uses the following cookies:

Google Analytics cookies







We use Google Analytics to understand how visitors find and engage with the Epigram website. This data is captured using analytical cookies that are placed on each page of the website.  Google collects this data and provides statistical reporting and information on visitor behaviour for Epigram. Google Analytics does not provide any personally identifiable information about visitors, including a visitor’s IP address. Instead Google provides aggregated data to enable Epigram to understand visitor behaviour and improve the website for all users. For further information on Google’s privacy policy please visit:

Wordpress cookies







These cookies are used by WordPress, our website Content Management System (CMS).

PHP cookies




We use a scripting language called PHP to develop the Epigram website. This cookie is a ‘session cookie’ that tells us that you are actively visiting our site and expires when you close your browser.

Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. If you’re using Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari you should be able to configure your browser to restrict or block cookies. Alternatively you can delete them by going to your browser settings.

For more information about how to do this visit the following link:

Privacy and Cookies policy doesn’t apply to third party websites

Epigram will not (and will not allow any third party) to access or use Google Analytics to track and/or collect any personally identifiable information of visitors to our site.

Please note that this privacy and cookies policy does not apply to, and Epigram is not responsible for, the privacy policies of any third party websites that are linked to this website.