Privacy and Cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small bits of data that websites store on your computer to help uniquely identify you.

Certain features on this site require the use of cookies, but you can choose whether to allow this site to store additional cookies to improve your overall experience.

Why am I seeing this message?

Recent changes in UK law mean we are now required to make you aware of the use of cookies on this site and provide you with the opportunity to opt out of cookies being stored on your devices. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to accurately determine your location, so you may see this message even if you are located in another country.

If you choose to continue using this site without ‘Declining’ cookies by clicking the ‘Decline’ buttons at the bottom of this page, the cookies listed below may be set on your computer.

If you click the ‘Decline All’ button at the bottom of this page the use of optional, third- party cookies listed below will not be set on your computer by this website. You also have the ability to turn decline or accept individual cookies.

How are tracking cookies used on this website?

This site uses optional, third- party cookies. If you choose to continue using this site without declining the use of cookies, these cookies will be stored on your computer.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to record information about how many users are visiting this website, where visitors have come to this site from, which content they're looking at, and what the capabilities of their devices are, so we can provide you with the best possible content and user experience in future.

Facebook / Twitter

We allow these third-party services to set cookies on your computer that enable social features, for example, Like and Tweet This buttons.

Can I change my cookies preferences at a later date?

Yes, you can change your tracking cookie settings using the button below. You can reach this page at any time by clicking the 'Privacy Policy' link in the page footer.

Do you support the 'Do Not Track' header?

Certain browsers support a new initiative called Do Not Track. Do Not Track is a privacy preference that users can set in their browsers to inform web services that offer content across the internet that they do not want to be tracked when they have not interacted with that services content on a webpage.

This site fully supports Do Not Track. If your browser is configured to support Do Not Track, third party tracking cookies will not be set.

Do Not Track is not enabled for this browser.
Visit the Do Not Track website to learn how to enable it.