What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are downloaded to your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you visit a website or an app. Each time you visit, the website will be able to recognise you and offer a secure online experience by retrieving cookies from your web browser.
Cookies are used by almost every website to make your online experience smooth and secure. For example, they might remember your preferences, record the items you put in your shopping basket or count the number of people who look at a page on a website.
Cookies can be restricted, blocked or deleted by changing your browser settings. A step-by-step guide to disabling cookies on your device is available on About cookies.
Please note that, for security reasons, many websites won’t work properly if cookies are disabled. For more information about cookies and their use online you can read the Information Commissioner’s guide to cookies.
You can accept all the cookies that we use by clicking on the OK button displayed on our cookie banner. If you’d rather decide what cookies are set, you can amend your settings or withdraw your consent for cookies at any time by revisiting this policy and clicking on the 'Cookie Settings' button at the top of the page.
What types of cookies are used on our site?
The following cookies are used on our site:
Strictly necessary cookies are essential to make our website work for you and cannot be disabled. They are set in order to provide you with the services you request, for example remembering login details for secure areas, setting privacy preferences or filling in forms to contact us. Strictly necessary cookies do not store information that identifies you personally.
Performance / Analytical Cookies help us monitor and improve our website and its services. They collect information about how visitors use our site, including the number of visitors, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visit. Performance cookies collect information anonymously and do not identify you as an individual.
All cookies have an 'owner'. Cookies can either be first-party (if they are owned by the website who set them) or third-party (if they are not owned by the website who set them). We use both first-party and third-party cookies on our website.