What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored on your computer by the websites you visit. 

They track your interactions with a website to make it work more efficiently for future sessions.

Cookies have many different uses. For example, they can store information to help you enter a site without having to log in. They can also help a website remember your preferred settings so it reloads them on your next visit. 

Cookies do not normally store personal information. 

Managing cookies

In your web browser, you can choose to turn cookies on or off. You can also delete specific cookies or clear your browser's cache (history).

If you choose to disable cookies, some parts of this website will not work properly.

Learn more about cookies and how to manage them.

Below are lists of the cookies we use and the cookies other organisations (third parties) may use during a session on our site.

Cookies we use

If you have any questions about our use of cookies, please email us.