What is a Cookie?
If you do not have cookies enabled you will still be able to view the website for browsing and research.
Our cookies do not store personal information such as credit card details. Please note, that cookies can not harm your computer, they are purely informational.
Here is a list of the cookies used on our website, and their functions:
This cookie is created when you first visit our website. Once the session is finished, this cookie is removed from the computer. You can disable this cookie through your browser settings, however doing so will prevent this site from working correctly on your device.
These cookies are used by Google Analytics, to allow basic usage tracking of activity on the website. This allows us to analyse visitor information, such as Browser usage, new visitor number, time on site, and most popularly viewed pages. This information is not open to the public, and does not contain any personal information.
These cookies may remain on your computer from thirty minutes to 2 years. This is so that if you revisit our site, you are not tracked as a new visitor but as a returning visitor. You may clear these cookies at any point by clearing your browser’s browsing data, or opt out of Google Analytics entirely using the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
Third Party Cookies
We may sometimes embed widgets on a webpage such as media players or promotional links, for instance YouTube videos and Skype buttons. If you go on to a web page that contains embedded content, you may be sent cookies from those websites.
You may also see tools to ‘share’ to your friends through social networks – such as Facebook and Twitter. You may be sent cookies from these websites as well.
Since we do not control these cookies, we suggest you check these third party websites for information on their cookies and how to manage them.