What are Cookies?
Cookies are small data files transferred to your PC when you visit our site for the first time. When you make a return visit we recognize you.
We use the cookies to track which pages you visit and how you use the website. There are various cookies which all do different jobs, some functional and if removed would affect the way our site can be viewed and some for visitor analysis purposes.
How we are complying with the new law
The new EU Cookie Law means that we must be transparent about the cookies we are using and also ask permission of you to use the cookies.
If you wish to disable cookies you can visit AboutCookies.org for details of how to do this.
Cookies we use
We have noted the type of Cookies used below and have given you the ability to disable. By default, the Cookies used on this site are enabled as it gives the best user experience.
These cookies are essential to enable you to view the site.
We use Google Analytics to measure the number of visitors to our site. The cookies that Google Analytics use store information about when a visit occurred, which pages were visited and for how long. None of the information provided by Google Analytics is personally identifiable. It is provided to us as anonymous data.
Idio cookies also collect data about the web pages you visit on our web site. They are different from Google Analytics; they tell us how our users interact with our website. None of the information collected is personally identifiable. It is provided to us as anonymous data.
Social Media share buttons are used throughout the site to enable you to share our content through multiple social media channels. If you disable these cookies you may not enjoy the full experience of the site.
Marketo cookies also collect data about the web pages you visit on our web site. They are different from Google Analytics; once you have completed a form we collect data about the pages you have previously and subsequently visit on our web site. Prior to completing a form the data is completely anonymous.