When you visit this Website you leave an electronic trail known as a “cookie”. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your web browser that enables this Website to recognise your computer, laptop, smart phone, kindle or other personal mobile device.

A cookie is not malicious and cannot carry viruses or executionable programs. By using cookies, we register anonymous information about the visitors to our website in order to make the website more user-friendly, effective and targeted.

Which cookies do we use and why?

Persistent cookies are the text files which are stored on your computer or other browsing device to record your preferences. For example: A banner will have appeared when you first visited our website informing you that we use cookies. You are likely to have deleted the banner after having read the message and a cookie will then be stored telling us that you do not want to see the banner message again.

We use Cookies to gather web statistics about how visitors arrive at our website and to understand how users as a group navigate the pages on our website. The information is used as general statistics and cannot be linked to individuals. The tool we use to gather our Website statistics with is Google Analytics. We also use Webmaster Tools.

How to delete and/or opt-out of cookies

Visitors to our website have the option to accept cookies or delete them. If you wish to delete cookies that are stored on your computer or browsing device, this can be done in your browser settings. The Website aboutcookies.org shows how to delete cookies from your browser settings.

Please note: If you disable all cookies in your browser, certain functions on the website may not work.

If you want to opt-out of cookies from Google Analytics, Google offers you the tool Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.