Cookie Policy

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Cookies and how they benefit you

Our website uses cookies to help provide you with the best experience we can, to distinguish you from other users of the website and to provide us with information to enable us to continue to improve our on-line facilities. Cookies are small text files that ask permission to be placed on your computer hard drive or mobile phone when you browse websites.

Our cookies help us:

  • Make our website work as you'd expect;
  • Improve the speed/security of the site;
  • Allow you to share pages with social networks like Facebook;
  • Continuously improve our website for you; and
  • Make our marketing more efficient

We do not use cookies to:

  • Collect any personally identifiable information (without your express permission);
  • Collect any sensitive information (without your express permission);
  • Pass data to advertising networks;
  • Pass personally identifiable data to third parties; or
  • Pay sales commissions

You can learn more about the cookies we use below.

Granting us permission to use cookies

If the settings on your software that you are using to view this website (your browser) are adjusted to accept cookies we take this, and your continued use of our website, to mean that you are fine with this. Should you wish to remove or not use cookies from our site you can learn how to do this below, however doing so will likely mean that our site will not work as you would expect.

More about our Cookies

Website Function Cookies

Our Own Cookies


Social Website Cookies

So you can easily "Like" or "Share" our content on Facebook and Twitter we have included sharing buttons on our site.

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ShareThis Allows you to"Like" or "Share" our content on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks This provides us with lots of sharing buttons in one neat package.

The privacy implications will vary from social network to social network and will be dependent on the privacy settings you have chosen on these networks.

Anonymous Visitor Statistics Cookies

We use analytical performance cookies to compile visitor statistics such as how many people have visited our website, what type of technology they are using (e.g. Mac or Windows which helps to identify when our site isn't working as it should for particular technologies), how long they spend on the site, what page they look at and how they navigate around the site when they are using it. This helps us to continuously improve our website and direct people to what they are looking for in an efficient manner. These so called "analytics" programs also tell us, on an anonymous basis, how people reached this site (e.g. from a search engine) and whether they have been here before helping us to put more money into developing our services for you instead of marketing spend.

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Google Analytics (_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz) We use these cookies to collect information about how visitors use the Website, in order to help us improve the Website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the Website, where visitors have come to the Website from and the pages they visited. Further information about these cookies is available at

Session Cookies

These allow us to link your actions when accessing the Website during a single browser session to allow you to use the website most efficiently. Session cookies expire at the end of a browser session, that is when you exit your browser.

Persistent Cookies

We do not use persistent cookies.

Turning Cookies Off

You can choose to accept or decline cookies. You can usually switch cookies off by adjusting your browser settings to stop it from accepting cookies (Learn how here). Doing so however will likely limit the functionality of our and a large proportion of the world's websites as cookies are a standard part of most modern websites.

It may be that your concerns around cookies relate to so called "spyware". Rather than switching off cookies in your browser you may find that anti-spyware software achieves the same objective by automatically deleting those cookies considered to be invasive.

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