Cookies are simple text files that are stored by your web browser on your computer or device when you visit a website. They are widely used to provide a personalised user experience and to improve the functionality of websites. A cookie cannot access your computer or personally identify you in any way.

 

We use cookies to collect anonymous information that is non-personal to individual visitors. We do this to provide you with a better online experience, to analyse browsing trends, improve our website and identify preferences.

 

Different cookies are used for different purposes. We may use the following cookie types to observe visitor behaviour on our website:

Strictly necessary cookies are essential for the operation of our website. They allow visitors to move around our site and use its features.

Performance cookies allow us to see how visitors move around our website and which pages are visited the most. This helps us to make improvements to our site, such as, by improving how easy it is for visitors to find what they are looking for.

Functionality cookies recognise visitors when they revisit our website and allows us to give you a more personalised experience, for example, by remembering choices you have made and enhancing features accordingly.

Targeting cookies record information about a visitor’s browsing habits, including the pages that have been visited and the links that are followed. This allows us to display advertising that is more relevant to your interests, both on our site and elsewhere on the internet.

 

Cookies can be disabled at any time, but please note that this may impact your ability to use our website. Here is a useful guide to show you how to disable cookies.

 

We use Google Analytics on our site to gather and analyse user statistics. Please click here for more information on Google’s privacy policy, or here to opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics on all sites.

We also use some third party service providers, such as Youtube, on our website, which may store additional cookies on your computer.