How we use cookies

This web site uses cookies. Cookies are small text files that are sent by web servers and stored on visitors computers so they can be read back later, a convenient way of allowing a computer to remember specific information relating to a web site and provide a better user experience.

The cookies we use on this site are ‘analytical’ cookies, created by Google Analytics. These cookies are unobtrusive and don’t collect or relay any personal or private information about users. They do, however, allow us to obtain information about the usage of our site and view data such as the number of visits, duration of each visit, path taken by the user around the site and approximate location of the visitor (to the nearest city). This information allows us to improve the way our web site works by, for example, making sure users can easily find what they are looking for.

You can choose to disable cookies within your web browser and still use this site although some non-essential functionality may be lost. If you wish to manage, disable or view the cookies stored on your computer, you can usually find out how to access them via the ‘help’ menu option in your browser.