Cookies - what they mean for you

From 26 May, any website which use ‘cookies’ is required to let the visitor know whether the site uses cookies. Cookies are small pieces of code which the website places on your computer to find out some basic information about your browsing habits.

This website uses cookies to track various aspects of your visit via Google Analytics. The sort of things we gather are: which country you are in, the internet browser you used to reach this site, the length of your visit, the time of your visit, the pages that you visit and anything you search for a while on the site.

We collect this data to help us understand visitor’s browsing habits, so that we can improve the site and your browsing experience. We don’t keep any personal information about you, and we only use aggregated information, so there is no way that we see anything about you personally.

You can find out more information by visiting the Privacy Statement below.