What are cookies?
text file that a website sends to your computer or mobile device. When
you visit a site again, the cookie is sent back to the website. This
helps to make your online life easier because websites are able to
remember choices you made and work more efficiently for you.
Cookies are plain text files. They can’t run programs behind your back or infect your computer with a virus. They can’t scan your computer for personal information.
We use Google Analytics to count the number of visitors to the site and tell us things like which pages are most popular, how long visitors spend on a page and the average number of pages viewed. This works through cookies, but they don’t tell us who you are or send us any personal information about you.
How to manage cookies
You can delete cookies stored on your computer or change your privacy settings at any time through your browser settings. Follow the links below to find out more:
What happens if I don't allow websites to send me cookies?
This website will still work and you will be able to get the information you need from it. It means we won't be able to monitor how you use our site and help us make it as useful as possible.
In the future we may add features that rely on cookies and you would not be able to benefit from them. We will update the information on this page when this applies.