What are cookies?

Cookies are data fragments that websites transfer to your hard drive to store and occasionally monitor information related to your browsing activities. While most web browsers automatically accept cookies, you have the option to modify your browser settings to prevent this, as indicated in your browser's help section or manual. However, restricting cookies may limit your ability to fully utilize our website's features. It's important to note that cookies are exclusive to the server that generated them and cannot be accessed by other servers, thus they cannot track your online movements beyond our website. While cookies may identify a user's computer, they do not personally identify users, and sensitive information such as passwords and credit card details are not stored within cookies.

What types of cookies do we use?

We use the following types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies. These cookies are necessary in order to provide a working website. This is strictly anonymous
  • Functional cookies. These are used to recognise you when you return to our website. This enables us, subject to your choices and preferences, to personalise our content for you (for example, your choice of language).
  • Analytical cookies. These cookies enable us to analyze the website's usage patterns. By utilizing these cookies, we can track metrics such as the number of visits, pages viewed, user engagement levels, and frequency of return visits. This data provides valuable insights into the website's performance.

How do you disable cookies?

Disabling cookies can have varying effects depending on which cookies are disabled, but generally, the website may not function properly if cookies are turned off. You have the option to adjust your browser settings to prevent the reception of cookies. Please refer to the links provided below to assist you in changing your browser settings:

Changes to cookie policy

If any alterations are made to the cookie policy, you will be prompted to reconfirm your consent, even if you have previously granted permission.