What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file which a website installs on a user’s computer. Each time the user views a page on the website after a cookie has been installed, the website will recognise the user.
Cookies can be used to remember a user’s preferences, to keep track of which pages they’ve visited, or in some cases, to store personal information about them.
You can disable cookies for this website or for all websites but it might mean that they’re not so much fun to use. You can find instructions on how to change your cookie settings at this website: http://www.aboutcookies.org/.
What cookies does this site use?
We use the information we gather to identify and fix problems on the site as well as to offer more of the types of content that prove to be popular.
The information Google Analytics collects is anonymous. It includes information on how you found this site, which pages you looked at whilst you were here and for how long, what time of day your visit was, whether you have visited the site before and what area of the world you are in.
Although other sites you visit may also use Google Analytics, the information we gather is not linked to the information gathered on any other site.
How can I stop my information from being collected?
If you’re in the European Union, the Google Analytics tool may store your information outside of the EU. The United States do not have the same laws regarding data protection as those in the European Union. By using our website, you consent to such transfers.
- A cookie which logs your session in order to remember any information you give us, such as signing up to our newsletter and submitting the contact form
- A cookie which allows us to ensure the security of our online forms. It prevents Cross Site Request Forgeries from malicious sites, which use your details to submit forms on our site
These cookies will only last as long as your visit to our website. Your browser will delete them when you close it.
Log files allow us to record visitors’ use of the site. They enable us to make changes to the layout of the site and to the information in it, based on the way that visitors move around it.
Log files do not contain any personal information or information about which other sites you have visited.What happens when I link to another site?
We do not pass on any personal information you have given us to any other site.