Cookies are tiny files that a website can store on your browser to remember information about you. They’re useful for things like remembering if you’re logged in, or what pages you’ve previously visited.
There’s two types of cookies. First-party cookies are set by us to make the website work as intended. These cookies are set on our website domain. We also partner with third-parties who may store their own cookies to your browser from their own domain.
We have categorised cookies to give you granular control over the types of cookies our website stores on your browser and these are detailed below.
We regularly scan which cookies we use on the website to be as accurate as possible but you should also be aware that there are cookies which are found in other companies’ internet tools which we are using to enhance the website. These websites have their own cookies, and whilst we’ve made efforts to document them below, these are ultimately controlled by third-parties.
We anonymously log your consent on a database for documentation purposes with the and a timestamp of when your settings were changed.
Cookies that the website needs to work. Without them, you wouldn’t be able to visit the site. These cookies cannot be turned off through our website, but you may be able to configure your browser to block cookies but if you do that the website may not work.
Cookies allow us to analyse how the website is performing. They track things like page views and where our traffic is coming from, and how people navigate around the website. We use data from these services to improve the website.
You should be aware that third parties might add their own cookies of any category, which we have no control over. Please consult their own privacy policies for full and up to date details.