Protecting your privacy is important.

Please note that no personal information is collected by Sarah Taylor Consulting Ltd via the web site.


If you browse the web site, you do so anonymously.

Should you contact Sarah Taylor via the contact page within the website, correspondence will be directed to where we voluntarily ask you to supply us with personal information such as your email address, postal address and phone number for purposes such as corresponding directly to register interest regarding a particular personal development need. As such, your name, address and email address will be recognised by the Gmail account.

Sarah Taylor Consulting Ltd does not share your profile with anyone else without your consent and no one else can access your information.

If you provide your email or postal address, or have done so in the past, we will use it to send you updates on our latest news and to remain in touch. If you do not want us to contact you, you can choose to be excluded and we will respect your wishes.

GDPR and Personal Data from 25th May 2018

 As a client/potential client of Sarah Taylor Consulting Ltd, we hold individuals’ personal data in relation to their name, title, email address, postal address and phone number.

Use of this information is for

  • Correspondence purposes
  • Invoicing of approved work.
  • Sarah Taylor Ltd accounting (VAT, Company Accounts, Tax) by Moorgate Accountancy Ltd

This information is stored within systems practising GDPR compliance. For example:

Email                                                     –

Xero Accounting Software                 –

Microsoft Office                                   –

Moorgate Accountancy Ltd               –

Data Retention Periods

Sarah Taylor Consulting Ltd retains name, title, email address, postal address and phone number details indefinitely.

Who we share your data with

We do not knowingly share your personal data with third parties unless with your prior consent. For example, passing on contact details to potential partners with your agreement.

Key rights & our obligations under GDPR

Individuals have the right to be informed about the collection and use of personal data.

Individuals must be provided with ‘privacy information’ including our purposes for processing their personal data, retention periods and who their data may be shared with.

We must regularly review and where necessary update your privacy information. We must bring new uses of an individual’s personal data to their attention before we start processing or using.

You may ask to see the personal information that we hold in relation to individuals at any time.

You may ask for the personal information that we hold on you to be deleted at any time.

Please note that any materials/workshops/programmes produced in response to a client brief are the Intellectual Property of Sarah Taylor Consulting Ltd and as such, can be used and retained indefinitely.

A fuller briefing on GDPR may be viewed by the following link to the Information Commissioners Office (