COOKies

Cookie Policy last updated 20190311

THIS POLICY FORMS PART OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THIS SITE

1. Like just about every website on the internet this site uses cookies to enable us to provide the best user experience deliver our services and make data-driven improvements.


2. Cookies are small data files stored on a computer or mobile device to improve the user experience. Typical uses include: enabling a service to recognise your device so you don't have to give the same information several times during one visit; recognising when you are logged in so you don't need to log in again for every page you visit; measuring the usage of website resources to ensure enough capacity is available; and analysing usage data to understand how to improve site content and performance.


3. You can change what types of cookies you accept in your browser settings. However, blocking certain cookies may limit your access to parts of this or any other site. We use various types of cookie to better understand how users use this site so we can improve it and our products and services.


4. Session cookies only exist for the duration of your current visit and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. These do not collect any personal data but allow you to browse a site without having to log in to each page you visit.


5. Persistent cookies remain in your cookie folder when you leave a site and can be recognised when you visit the same site again. Like most websites we use Google Analytics persistent cookies to recognise returning visitors and visitors who’ve already submitted sign up forms so they don’t get shown the same form again and again every time they visit the site.


6. Strictly necessary cookies are as the name implies essential to enable you to access services you’ve paid for but do not gather information that could be used for marketing or advertising.


7. Performance cookies enable monitoring and improvement of websites by counting visits identifying traffic sources and highlighting which posts or pages are most popular.


8. Functionality cookies remember choices you’ve made and allow the site to provide enhanced features relevant to your interests and usage patterns. They may also be used to provide services you have requested such as viewing a video or commenting on a blog. The information these cookies collect is usually anonymised.


9. We occasionally use remarketing services provided by Google and Facebook. These services employ their own cookies (including tags and pixels) to allow them to present adverts that they think will be of interest to users. Both have their own policies on how they use any such data: Google’s policy is here and Facebook’s policy is here.


10. If you are not comfortable with the use of cookies as described above please do not use this site.


11. You can find out more about how to control cookies on your computer here.