1. What are cookies

A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent to your browser and stored on your computer as a text file. Cookies hold a small amount of information specific to you and remember your specific activities on our website. This may include information about the way you use our website, your choice of Internet browser, the type of device you’re accessing our website from and where you are in the world.

2. How we use them on our website

To fully enjoy our website, we recommend that you allow your browser to accept the cookies. If you reject the cookies, then you may not be able to access parts of the site. The cookie data that we collect may be used by us to customise the content on our website and to help us understand visitors’ current and future needs.

3. Types of cookies

We work with a number of third-party suppliers who implant cookies on our website to enable them to provide us with services. These are mainly used for reporting purposes so we can improve the way we communicate.

Third-party cookies

Our website may contain pages that have embedded functions, social media tools or links supplied by third parties (for example, videos that are embedded from YouTube). These functions or links may contain third-party cookies. We do not control the setting of these cookies, so we suggest you check the third-party website for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Google Analytics

We also use Google Analytics to help us monitor how our website is used. Google utilises the data they collect to track and examine the use of our website, which is then used to prepare reports about these activities and share them with other Google services. Google may use the data they collect to contextualise and personalise the advertising on its own network. The information collected by such cookies is aggregated and cannot be used to personally identify you. For more details, please refer to Google’s Privacy Policy.

As some of these services may be based outside the European Union (EU), they may not fall under the jurisdiction of EU courts. If you are concerned about this, you can change your cookie settings.

4. Managing cookies


Most browsers allow you to disable the cookie function. To do this, you can refer to the links below for each browser’s guide on how to disallow or delete cookies.

- Chrome
- Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Safari

Google Analytics

To opt out of Google Analytics, you can download an opt-out plugin here. This plugin will exclude your visit from the statistics of all websites using Google Analytics.