Privacy and cookies

To ensure that this website is as useful as possible we sometimes need to use cookies to help us gather information about how visitors use this site.

What are cookies?

A cookie (web cookie, or browser cookie) is a small file which is stored on your computer when you visit a website. These files are used by the website for a number of things but mainly to track or trace where you have been on the website and what you are searching for. In some cases cookies also assist in any interaction between you and the website, for example when using social media such as facebook and twitter.

For a more details read more about cookies on Wikipedia.

Which cookies do we use?

We actively use cookies to record how visitors use and browse around our website. This helps us determine popular and unpopular pages and lets us know where we need to improve and what services we may need need to promote or update. In order to achieve this we use the popular Google Analytics system.

What do these cookies look like?

If you check your web browser settings for the cookies that our site has stored on your computer you should see:

Cookie namePurposeCookie identifier
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