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Cookie Policy

How We Use Cookies

We use third party cookies for web analytics — to measure how users interact with our website.

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We also use cookies to remember your cookie consent choice.

NOTE: If you choose to refuse cookies, we need to set just one cookie — to store this choice — so we don't keep asking for consent and we know not to set any other cookies.

Except for your cookie consent choice, no cookies will be stored on your device unless consent has been given.

We use a popular programming language called JavaScript to manage cookies. If your browser does not support JavaScript or has it disabled, no cookies will be set and your consent will not be requested.

Cookie Options

Visitors to this website are asked to give consent to allow cookies, as per our legal obligations (see below).

You have chosen to refuse cookies. If you change your mind you can accept cookies or you can remove the consent choice cookie.

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About Cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of data in text files which can be stored on your device by a website. Typically, cookies contain a name, a value and an expiration.

They are used by many websites to remember you and to save your preferences. They can have an expiry date set and remain in use for repeated visits to that website until the expiry date is reached, or can be just valid for the duration of a single visit — mostly, that means until you close your browser but some operating systems and browsers behave differently.

Some cookies are essential for the website to function, for example; allowing users to register and login. Some cookies are non-essential but provide a better experience, for example; remembering your options.

Cookies may be stored by the site you are visiting or by other organisations if their content is included on that website. For example, some websites use third parties to display advertising on their website, the advertising partner may need to store cookies before it can display the advertisments.

Cookie Law

Visitors to any website must be asked to give consent to allow cookies before they are set. This is a legal requirement in the UK and the EU.

Initially, this was an EU Directive which was adopted by all EU countries in May 2011, resulting in each EU country updating their own laws. In the UK, the "Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations" were updated.

Managing Cookies

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