Privacy Policy


Any information you share will be cared for appropriately according to data privacy standards.  Everyone has the right to privacy and your privacy is incredibly important to me.

The Tea House is run by Julia Outlaw as a sole trader. This privacy policy details how any information that is collected about you or that you share whilst using The Tea House and its services is held and used. If you have any queries about any aspect of the privacy policy please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.

Site Visitors

Whilst you use this site I may collect information about you regarding your IP address, the device you are using, information about your location and your activities on my site. This information is stored in Squarespace and Google Analytics and is password protected.

This information does not allow me to identify you directly but is aggregated, allowing me to analyse my web traffic and gives me an insight into my site visitors, helping me to provide a better service and run a better site.

I also may collect information when you email me directly or download resources from my site.

Contact Enquiries

If you submit the contact form on my site then I will collect your name, email address, and the message that you include. This information is held in Squarespace and my email account, both of which are password protected.

I use this information to personally respond to your enquiry. You will not be added to any of my email lists unless you opt in separately.

Newsletter Subscribers

If you opt in to subscribe to my email list then I will collect your name and email address. This information is stored in Mailchimp and is password protected.

This information will be used to send you possible newsletters as well as reminding you about my brand and the services that I offer.


If you are a client of mine then any information regarding our work together is stored in Google Drive, which is password protected. I use this to contact you to confirm lesson times.

Opting Out

You may opt out at any time. If you no longer want to be contact by me you can use the unsubscribe link in any of my email newsletters or contact me directly to request that we cease communication.


The Tea House uses cookies to provide a customised user experience on the site. A cookie is a small file that a website transfers to your computer to allow your browser to remember information about your last session on that website. Your computer only shares information in the cookie with the specific website that provided it, and no other website can request that information. I also use third-party analytics services (like Google Analytics) to gather this information for analysis.

The information these cookies collect includes:

  • The domain you access our website from

  • Your computer’s IP address

  • The date and time you accessed the site

  • The operating system of your computer

  • The browser you’re using to access our site

  • The Universal Resource Locators (URLs) of the pages you visit on our website

  • The URL of site you came from, if you clicked a link there that brought you to our website

This information is only used to improve the website and enhance visitors’ experience. Raw data logs are only retained temporarily for site management purposes.

If you do not wish to have cookies stored on your machine, you have the option to turn cookies off in your browser. However, keep in mind that turning off cookies may impact how this website functions. Disabling browser cookies will also impact how other websites you visit store browser cookies as well.

Accessing Your Data

You have a right to see any information that I hold about you. If you would like to access a copy of the data I hold about you then please contact me and I can arrange that.

You can also ask to be forgotten, request that all information I hold about you be destroyed. If you would like me to do this please contact me and I will arrange that.


If at any point you are not happy with the way that I am handling your data you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

Last updated: October 2019