Updated: 29 July 2019 

Cookies are generally small text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded onto your device, stored in your web browser and helps us to recognise you and make each visit more useful and helpful to you.

You can choose to accept or decline Cookies, although most web browsers automatically accept them. You can turn off a Cookie whenever you like by going into your browser settings, but this may affect your user experience on the site.

The Cookies help us provide you with a better website by allowing us to monitor which pages you visit most often, how often you visit and how long you remain. We only use this information for analysis and the Cookie does not allow us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you share.  

The following Cookies are used on our site:

Essential/persistent cookies – these remain on the computer after the browser has been closed and are activated each time you visit the site. They help identify unique visitors and send information to Google analytics to help us improve the site experience for the user.

Session cookies – these expire as you leave the site and close the browser. They allow us to monitor how many users are on the site at any one time

Third party cookies – these report usage statistics, deliver advertisements etc.

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