What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer and enable websites to save basic information such as user preferences or language selection. This means that the next time you visit the website your settings are remembered and the correct information is displayed. Find out more about cookies.
It is important to note that none of our cookies store personal information that can identify the user individually. Instead, they simply store settings and configuration options.
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It is important for us to be able to see how our website is being used. Whether it is the number of visits we get on a weekly/monthly/annual basis or identifying which pages are most popular. This helps us to continually improve the website and respond to the needs of our users. To achieve this we use a third party analytics tool provided by Google and every time a user visits the site an anonymous analytics cookie is set so that we know if you have visited before or not. This cookie does NOT contain any personal information and is completely anonymous.
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How do I turn off cookies?
It is possible to turn off cookies so that no information is used. Please note that this will significantly reduce the usability of our website and we do not recommend it. Cookie management is done through your web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome) and every browser is slightly different. Use the following links to find out how to manage cookies in your browser:
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The Information Commissioner’s Office website contains more details on Cookie Law as well as other laws and information regarding your personal information.