What are cookies and how we use them
We use a small amount of cookies on this website to help keep things running smoothly and to provide us with anonymous information about your visit. This page is designed to inform you about the cookies we use.
Almost every website you visit will be saving a small text file on your computer called a cookie. They can do numerous jobs like keeping you logged into a website or remembering if you’ve ticked a box or selected a special feature. Some cookies are also used to target advertising and track visits you make to web pages. Cookies CANNOT see what’s on your computer, access your files or find out who you are – they are simply very small text files that enable websites to offer personalised services or improve their content. To find out more about cookies and to find out how to stop your browser saving them, visit the ‘About Cookies’ website.
Cookies used by this website
Analytics – Cookies will follow you around this website giving us statistics on your visit. It helps us to know how many visitors we have, how many pages they view and also things like what operating system you use. This is important to us so we can update our website to meet the needs of our visitors. At no point do we know who you are. These are 3rd party cookies that are not directly issued by this website.
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