Cookie Policy

Cookies

Most websites use cookies to improve the user experience by “remembering” you, helping you to navigate them efficiently and perform certain functions. The European Union e-Privacy Directive requires that website owners must provide users with clear and comprehensive information about cookies or similar devices used on their websites and the users must provide consent to the usage of these devices.

What is a cookie

Cookies are small, often encrypted text files that are created and stored on a users computer or mobile device by a website’s server when you access the website. The website can then retrieve and read the data held to “remember” you and provide certain functions.

Who uses the information gathered

The information gathered by cookies may be used by the website owners (First Party) or may be supplied to other parties to offer users related services e.g. behavioural marketing (Third party).

How long do they last

Cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (when you exit/ shut down the browser) in which case they are called Session Cookies, or can be stored on the computer in between browsers sessions, in which case they are called Persistent Cookies.

Cookies we use on this website

We do not use First Party or Third Party Cookies on this website.  We do not use session or persistent cookies on this website.