A cookie is a small file that is placed on your computer’s browser upon visiting the website. It helps some of our website’s functionality to display correctly, and to be more efficient, whilst also tracking data that helps us interpret how you navigate the website & further improve your browsing experience. Most of the data that cookies track is anonymous, though some of it is developed to recognise patterns of interactions with the website, as well as take an approximate geographical location to improve user experience.
Cookies will remember information about the pages you visit, and actions you complete on the website, however it does not give us access to your computer or any information that is identifiable, other than the details you choose to share with us.
The table below explains the cookies we may use (not all cookies may be present) and why:
All internet browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences that are stored on your computer, including being able to decline cookies completely. However, if you decline them you will find a reduced functionality on this website. You can delete cookies at any time or opt to have your browser prevent them in the future, and the way this is managed depends on the browser you have.
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If you object to the cookies being used, please do get in contact.