A cookie is a set of data which asks permission to be placed on your computer hard drive.
Our cookies do not collect any personal information unless it is personal information which you have knowingly and explicitly consented to provide and such cookies are implemented and controlled by WordPress, Jetpack and other third party applications.
The categories of cookies we use include those that are Necessary and selected by default to allow website functionality, Preference cookies which allow you to change your language or the way the website looks, Statistical cookies which collect anonymous analytical information and Marketing cookies which are used to provide social media timelines and interactivity across several platforms e.g. Twitter and Facebook.
A full list of the cookies in use on our website can be found here: cookie-information
How to use our cookie bar
2. A brief explanation about each category of cookie can be seen by hovering over each tick box.
3. You can view more detailed information about individual cookies used on our website by selecting the 'show details' tab to the left of the green 'OK' button. This opens a larger dialogue box providing a list of cookie categories and an option to view cookie names, providers, purposes, expiry and the type of cookie in use.
4. A further 'about cookies' section provides greater background about cookies and how you can change or withdraw your cookie consent.
4. On reviewing all information within the cookie bar, you may accept or decline each category of cookie used by selecting the relevant tick box. A green tick will be shown if consent has been provided. Once you are happy with your selection, press the green 'OK' button to accept. On accepting the cookies, your preferences will be remembered and you will not be required to provide consent when you revisit our website.
Web Browser Cookies
You may also amend cookie settings within your web browser using the following links for guidance:
Our website can also be viewed through the use of your chosen web browsers incognito window which prevents cookies from being added to your computer. You can normally open an incognito window via the settings tab in your web browser.