What are Cookies & how do we use them?


Cookies are simple text files that are downloaded onto your computer when you
visit a website. Cookies are not harmful and are used by websites for a number
of different jobs such as helping you navigate between pages and generally
improving your browsing experience.

Cookies contain information about how you use websites but do not contain
any personal data.

There are many different types of cookies and they are often grouped into
the following categories:


1. Strictly Necessary Cookies
Without these cookies our site would not be able to function properly.
Our site uses:


This cookie enables our site to function by improving the connection between
you and the site.
2. Performance Cookies
We use performance cookies to help us improve our website and provide you with a better user experience. Performance cookies collect information on how you use our website. All the information collected is anonymous and is not passed on to any third parties. Our site uses:


Google Analytics: _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz These cookies are set by Google Analytics in order to evaluate how people use our website. The results are then compiled into a report for us, which we use to improve our site.


3. Functionality Cookies
Functionality cookies remember choices you have made and enable us to tailor the website to you. Our site uses:


Cookie Consent: cc_cookie_accept, cc_cookie_decline This cookie remembers whether you have given consent to store cookies
from our site on your computer.