What are cookies?
Cookies are very small text files which are stored on your computer by your web browser when you visit certain websites, such as this one.
They are used to help the website remember details as you move from page to page, or between visits. For example, they might store
your preferences to help customise your user experience. They cannot harm your computer.
You can disable cookies stored on your computer by setting an option in your web browser, although this might stop websites from functioning properly.
How cookies are used on this website
Currently, minimal use are made of cookies on this site. Here's what the website will store:
- A session tracking cookie: This is a random identifier created at the beginning of your visit, which is used to track your session as you move
between pages. It only persists for the lifetime of your session today.
- EU Cookie Law cookie: A cookie to remember that the EU Cookie law banner has been displayed, and prevent it from appearing on every page you visit.
Click here if you'd like the banner displayed again.
- Google cookies: Google Analytics is a tool to help website owners analyse statistics about visitors to their website, such as the most
popular pages, what countries visitors come from, how long they spend on the site, etc. Google collects this information anonymously. For more information,
demographic information about visitors (not identifying individuals), such as age ranges, gender and broad interests. You can opt out of this through
Google's Ad Settings website or using a browser
add-on. If you are signed in to Google services and you have consented to association of your data then Google Signals may utilise your
Google information to provide additional insights. You can modify your data via Google's
My Activity tool.