Last Updated: January 4, 2018

Most websites use cookies in order to make them work, or to work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the website. They help us to understand how users access our website so we can develop and improve the design, layout, content and function of the site.

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small text small text files that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. They save and retrieve pieces of information about your visit to the website – for example, how you entered the site, how you navigated through the site and what information and documentation was of interest to you. This means that when you go back to a website, it can often give you tailored options based on the information it has stored about you on your last visit.  It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) over a period of time, so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another.

On our website, cookies can be set by us (first party cookies) or by our partners (third party cookies).

What Cookies Do We Set and Why?

We set only one cookie – a cookie named “click”.  It is set only when you complete and submit our form.  It is necessary for fraud prevention and internal analytics purposes. This cookie is set for a period of 365 days.

Who Else Sets Cookies?

As part of our advertising process to help people like you find our website, the following major third-party analytics services (among others) may set cookies and have access to your IP address upon completion of our form: e.g. Google Analytics

Additionally, major third-party advertising networks may set cookies and have access to your IP address, eg Facebook.

There are far too many ad networks and analytics services for us to provide an exhaustive list. Similarly, we cannot provide the names and purposes of the third party cookies as we do not have access to that information, however they are necessary for us to provide our service. These third parties face serious consequences in the UK and EU if they are in breach of applicable privacy laws.

How Can You Manage And Delete Cookies?

If you are uncomfortable with the use of cookies, you can disable cookies on your computer by changing the settings in the preferences or options menu in your browser. You can set your browser to reject or block cookies or to tell you when a website tries to put a cookie on your computer. You can also delete any cookies that are already stored on your computer’s hard drive. However, please be aware that if you do delete and block all cookies from our website, parts of the site will not then work. This is because some of the cookies we use are essential for parts of our website to operate. Likewise, you may not be able to use some products and services on other websites without cookies.

To find out more about cookies, including to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org. If you do not wish to accept cookies from our website, please leave this site and then delete and block all cookies from this site.

Compliance With UK and EU Laws

We are in compliance with all UK and EU laws with respect to cookie use.  For more information please see our Privacy Policy