Like most websites, we use “cookies” to help us make our site better and easier for you to use. Cookies mean a website will remember you. They’re small text files that sites transfer to your computer (or phone or tablet). Some of these are necessary to make sure our site works, but others are optional and help us to understand how you’re using the site.
Necessary – These cookies are needed for the website to work properly. You can turn these off by updating the settings in your browser but this may affect how the website works.
Optional – These cookies help us to better understand how our site is performing. We use analytics to build a clear picture of how people are using the website, how long they browse for and which pages they visit. This helps us to understand how people are using our website and identify ways we may be able to improve it.
They are also used for targeting and advertising. This does not store any personal information about you but will recognise you as a unique user to allow targeted advertising on third party platforms such as Facebook and Google.
You can choose to disable optional cookies using the manage my cookies button when you access our website.