There are two ‘flavours’ of Cookies – ‘Session’ cookies and ‘Persistent’ cookies. Session cookies are temporary and are deleted when you shut down your Web browser or turn off your computer. These are used to improve how you navigate through a website.
‘Persistent’ cookies remain on your computer until manually deleted or when they reach an expiry date. They hold information that is useful if you revisit the website, such as contact form details previously submitted.
You can disable cookies already stored on your computer, but this may stop our website and others from functioning properly. It may also cause saved login details, for example, to be deleted, so ensure you have a note of them before deleting all cookies.
Essential cookies are cookies that are strictly necessary for the operation of the website. These cookies can only be disabled by changing your browser’s preferences.
The following are not strictly necessary but are required to provide you with the best user experience and tell us, anonymously, which pages people find most interesting.
The table below explains the cookies we use and why:
|Cookie Preference||Cookie Control||This cookie is used to remember a user’s choice about cookies on our website Where users have previously indicated a preference, that user’s preference will be stored in this cookie.|
|General Analytics (Google)||_ga |
|These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website and blog, where visitors have come to the website from and the pages they visited._ga Cookie expiration 2 years._gid Cookie expiration 24 hours.|
How do I change my cookie settings?
You can change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking on the ‘C’ icon. You can then adjust the available sliders to ‘On’ or ‘Off’, then clicking ‘Save and close’. You may need to refresh your page for your settings to take effect.
Alternatively, most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings.