What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer’s hard drive when you visit some websites.
A cookie has a name and stores a value.
Cookies allow web applications to personalise a website’s response to you, tailoring its operation to your needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences.
Cookies cannot harm your computer, those used on this website do not store any personally identifiable information.
Cookies will be automatically removed from your computer when they reach their ‘expiration date’ set when the cookie is added to your computer.
Cookies can also be set to delete when you end your ‘session’ or will be removed when you restart your browser or when you restart your computer.
The manual deletion, enabling / disabling of existing
cookies is explained in the help file of your browser.
Cookies can be declined or accepted, most web browsers automatically accept cookies, browser settings can be set to decline cookies as you prefer.
Third party cookies
We do work with professional third party services that may set cookies when you visit our website.
These third party cookies must comply to the same standard as our own –no personal data is stored in cookies set by third parties.
We work with Google Analytics to help us understand what anonymous visitors do on our website, we also work with Facebook for the same purpose.
Cookies used by this website
Google Analytics lists the cookies used at this website – current at the time of writing