What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data that websites save on your computer when you’ve visited.
Cookies allow our website to respond to you individually by gathering and remembering information about your preferences.
They also provide us with information about how people have interacted with our site so that we can make improvements to it.
The safety and security of your personal data is of paramount importance to us.
The cookies in use on this website do not access data on your hard drive or stored on your device and are not used by us to store personally identifiable information including payment card details
For the site to work properly
To improve the site
To provide targeted advertising
Through third parties, some cookies help provide customised advertising.
Third party cookies
Other providers, carefully selected by us, may also set cookies when you visit our site. This is often for ‘remarketing’ or ‘behavioural advertising’, a widely used web technique that tracks the pages you look at and tries to show you relevant products and services based on your preferences. You should refer to the cookie policies of these sites for more detail about their individual cookie approach.
How do I control cookies?
Most internet browsers automatically accept cookies. You can usually change your cookie preferences via your browser ‘preferences’ or ‘settings’ menu, usually in a privacy and security section. You can choose to block cookies here, but this will mean that our site and many others won’t work properly. You can also ask for alerts about cookies, see the cookies stored on your computer, and choose to remove or block particular cookies.