A cookie, also known as a browser cookie or tracking cookie, is a small text file created by a website and stored on your device (eg. computer).
Cookies can’t actually ‘do’ anything. They cannot make copies of themselves nor can they scan, read or modify anything on your device. It is technically impossible for cookies to read personal information. Cookies simply allow a website to recognise users when they return to the website. They can only ever be read or edited by the website that originally created them.
|Name of cookie||Purpose||Expiry date|
|_utma||Contains the main details of the user||2 years|
|_utmb||Contains details about the current website visit||30 mins|
|_utmc||Used only to determine if the user has closed their browser||End of visit|
|_utmz||Contains referral details about the current visit||6 months|
Some third party services embedded within this website, such as Google Maps, set their own cookies. These are known as third party cookies because they are not set by our website. We have no control over the cookies set by these services. You may disable third party cookies on your device (see details below).
For more information about cookies, including instructions on how to manage, remove, or disable cookies on your device, please see the All About Cookies website at allaboutcookies.org. If you choose to disable cookies, we will not be able to gather valuable usage information about your visit, which helps us to constantly improve the website. Please note that other websites may become completely unusable.