Cookies are small data files that store information that is sent to and stored on your computer. They are used to identify you when you visit our websites. Cookies are primarily used to remember passwords, usernames and preferences helping you to avoid the need to re-enter the data. When using your web browser information relating to your computer the following will be collected and stored in a log file on databases that we control: Browser Type & Version, IP Address, Operating System, Local Time and Date (note: this list is not exhaustive, however, none of the information collected can be used to identify specific individuals). The information collected is only used to conduct:
- System administration
- Research and development
- Anonymous user analysis
We use the following Cookies:
Google Analytics: These types of Cookies are used to monitor how people use our websites and how they found us. These Cookies don’t track any personal information and are used to analyse and improve the performance of our website.
Managing your Cookies
In most cases your device will be configured to accept Cookies from the internet; however, your browser program will offer the facility to change your cookie preferences.
Please be aware that if you decide to limit or stop Cookies, this may affect the extent to which certain web sites will function on your device.
In addition to those cookies stored on servers with which we control, you should be aware that third-party websites (for which we have no control, ownership or responsibility for) will have their own specific Privacy / Cookie policies.
If you have any questions, please contact us 0330 043 8943 (+44 UK)