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The photograph used for the background to this website is ‘Cambridge In The Snow 2004’, photographer Jerry Daykin.

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We have taken every effort to ensure that the information contained in this website is correct. It remains possible that some information may contain errors or inaccuracies or may become out of date. The information can only be based on the state of knowledge at the date this website was created and does not guarantee specific properties, technical performance or suitability for particular applications which are outside our control. The information relates to the specific material described and may not be valid for such material used in combination with any other materials or in any process. The information is only for use in the United Kingdom.

We have no specific knowledge of the requirements or projects of individual users of this site and are not liable for any loss or damage that may arise from the use of information contained in this website. Users of the website and the products described must take responsibility for use of the product legally and must take sole responsibility and be satisfied prior to use that the information and the product is suitable for the users purposes. In a general website such as this we cannot and do not give warranties of any kind arising out of its use by persons visiting it.

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