What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are downloaded onto your device (a computer, phone or tablet) when you access a website. These files allow websites to recognise and remember you, and store information about your preferences or previous actions.
The Cookies We Use
The following outlines the cookies that are used when you visit our website, with details on their purpose and how they function.
|Cookie Name(s)||Type of Cookie||Details|
|LOAD BALANCING||SERVERID||Strictly Necessary Cookie||These cookies are employed by our web hosting provider to ensure that our website loads as fast and as efficiently as possible, by distributing workload evenly across their servers.|
|Performance Cookies||We use Google Analytics to gain a greater understanding into how our users are interacting with our site, and to improve the user experience for our site visitors. All data stored by Google Analytics is completely anonymous and contains no personally identifiable information (please see our Privacy Notice for more detail on our personal data processing).
If you wish to opt-out of making your site activity available to Google Analytics, you can do so by installing the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on.
You may encounter third-party cookies through the use of embedded content on our site, however we will always try to keep the number of third-party cookies you will encounter to a bare minimum. For example, all our embedded YouTube videos have enhanced privacy, meaning that YouTube will not store information about our site users unless they follow the link onto the YouTube website.
How to Manage Cookies
If you wish to delete existing cookies, block cookies, or set preferences for cookies in your internet browser, you can find information through the following links: