How We Use Cookies

This site uses cookies in order to perform certain functions.

A cookie is a small piece of data sent by our computer to yours so that information can be recalled.

A cookie is stored by your web browser in a text file on your computer. Each time your web browser requests content from a server that has previously interacted with your machine the cookie’s message is sent back. Cookies are passive and just used for transferring that anonymous information.

To learn more about cookies please visit

To learn how to adjust your browser settings so that cookies aren’t accepted please visit

WARNING: Many websites use cookies to deliver site functionality and you may find websites don’t work properly if you don’t accept cookies.

While on this website your web browser may interact with content from different servers and therefore cookies from sources other than this site may be set on your computer during a visit to this site.

We take your data protection very seriously. No cookie set while on this site will capture any personally identifiable information (PII) or be used in any malicious fashion whatsoever.

The purpose for which we use cookies is identifying how visitors arrive at our site and the path they take through it to help us to improve our service to you. We use a third party to monitor and analyse traffic to, from and within our website.

In addition we use a social sharing tool to make it easier for you to share content you find of interest across social media channels. The code for this tool may set or read cookie during your visit to our site.