What Are Cookies?
Cookies are little files created by websites to help them store information about your visit on your computer. They act as a kind of short term memory.
Regulations came into force in May 2012 requiring that you get a say whether or not a website can create these cookies.
To do this we use a free analytics tool provided by Google (Google Analytics). The information gathered by these cookies is totally anonymous and is not shared with any third party organisations, including Google themselves. This information cannot be used for promotional, advertising or customisational purposes.
Cookies in plugins
On our website we occassionally use plugins that have been provided by (and are hosted by) third party organisations like YouTube, Facebook and Google Plus.
These plugins draw content directly into a "window" within our pages (known as an iframe). If you are logged in to accounts provided by these third parties, they will be able to identify you using cookies they have stored on your computer.
You will be able to find options regarding the cookie and privacy policies for plugins on the relevant websites. If you have reason to believe that any of the plugins we use on this website do not meet the UK legislation for cookies, please contact us.