What is a cookie? A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded onto a user’s hard drive when accessing certain websites. This technology is commonly used across a large majority of websites. Most of the cookies that we use on this website are necessary to enable you to move around the website and to use its features.
Which cookies are used on this website and for what purpose?
These cookies are used to inform the performance of, and improvements to, the website. They collect information about how visitors use the website. Performance cookies that we use on this website are:
We use Google Analytics to record visitor numbers to the website and to understand how visitors navigate through the website, how much time is spent on each page, and so on. This information helps us to
improve the way the website works. This browser data is anonymous and cannot be traced to individual users. To read Google’s own Privacy
Policy please click here
- Third party cookies
These are cookies set by another website in order for tools provided by them to function.
- Social media and Mapping
At times our website will contain snippets of content from external sources such as Twitter, Facebook or Google Maps. You can disable these cookies (see below), but it may cause the tools to cease to
What’s new about this?
We haven’t made any changes to the cookies that we use, just the way we notify you of their use. As part of new EU and UK legislation, known as the ‘Cookie Law’, we want to ensure that you understand and accept
What if I don’t want cookies used during my visit?
As most of the cookies used on this website are necessary to the correct functioning of the website, we recommend that you allow cookies to be used. If you would prefer to block cookies however, you can do this
through your browser settings. For more information on how to do this, you can visit AboutCookies.org.
To disallow anonymous Google Analytics data to be collected about your visits to websites, go to the Google Analytics Opt-out.