cookie policy

Last updated: 31 October 2022

Our website uses cookies – small files that are stored on your browser or computer’s hard drive - to distinguish you from other users of our Site and help remember you when you come back to visit us again.  We believe this helps give you the best experience when using our Site and makes us more useful for you and we only use the smallest number possible.  

By default, most browsers are set to accept cookies, but you can change this in your browser settings.  You can also check what cookies we use and turn them off at any time.  Turning off some or all cookies might affect the performance of the Site for you and mean that some functions won’t work.

We won’t share any information collected through cookies with any third party.  Where we have placed a cookie, unless you turn it off sooner, it will automatically expire after 12 months. 

We use the following essential cookies: 

Google Analytics – this allows us to understand how you interact with our Site and generally see how many people are visiting the Site, how long they stay here and which pages they look at whilst they’re here.  If you want to look at Google Analytics and read about their privacy policy, please go to