What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files which are placed on your computer by websites you visit. They are widely used in order to ensure websites work efficiently, alongside providing insight about the volume of visitors to the website and how visitors move around the website. Cookies are sent automatically by websites as they are viewed, but in order to protect a user’s privacy, a computer will only permit a website to access the cookies it has sent, and not the cookies sent by other sites. Users can also adjust the settings on their computer to restrict the number of cookies that it accepts, or notify them each time a cookie is sent. For further information about cookies please visit www.aboutcookies.org
What sort of cookies do we use on our website?
There are a number of Cookies that are stored when you visit our website. These are used by us to monitor the performance of the website.
Can I browse your website without receiving any cookies?
Cookies don’t stay around forever and your web browser will eventually delete them. When a website stores a cookie, it states how long the cookie should stay on the computer for – this can be for the current visit only or for a period of time, for example one week.
You can choose to delete our, or any websites’ cookies from your web browser at any time (for help on how to do this, go to www.aboutcookies.org. You can also set your web browser to not accept any cookies if you wish.