When you visit a web site, a "cookie" file may be stored on your browser or the hard drive of your computer. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computerís hard drive. Cookies are widely used in order to make web sites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information.
You may delete and block all or some cookies from web sites, however, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of a web site.
If your computer is configured to accept cookies, you will have time-saving functionality and a better web experience. Cookies are used to improve the use of web sites, to recognise your computer, to store settings to help facilitate your use of web sites, and to deliver a better and more personalised service.
Third Party Cookies in Use
Google Analytics -
Google Analytics -
This is a tool that we use to better understand how people view and use our web site, as well as information about the pages visited, when visited, how long visited, computer IP address and referral site (if any).
Automatic Logging of Session Data
Session data is automatically logged generic information about your computer and your computer's connection to the Internet. Session data consists of things such as device information, IP address, operating system and browser software information, and the activities conducted on web sites. An IP address is a number that lets computers attached to the Internet, such as web servers, know where to send data back to the user, such as the pages of web sites. Session data is collected because it helps to analyse such things as what items visitors are likely to click on most, the way visitors are clicking through web sites, how many visitors are surfing to various pages on web sites, how long visitors are staying and how often they are visiting. It also helps diagnose problems with web servers and helps to better administer systems. It is possible to determine from an IP address a visitorís Internet Service provider (ISP) and the approximate geographical location of connectivity. Session data also helps prevent fraud and unauthorised use of the Internet.
For further information on cookies or for details on how to delete them or refuse their installation on your computer, please visit http://www.aboutcookies.org/