Cookies and Privacy


In order to make our web-site simpler to use and improve our service, we sometimes place small amounts of information on your computer. These are known as 'cookies' and they are used by most major web-sites.

Cookies are helpful to you as they remember settings so you don't have to change them again every time you load a page. We also use them to measure how you use the web-site so we can continue to improve it. Our cookies aren't used to identify you personally, and you can manage or delete these files if you want to.

Visit for more information on cookies and how you can manage them.

Our use of cookies

A full list of the cookies that are set by this website and the third-party services we use will soon be published here. If you have any queries about these cookies, please contact us using the Contact Us page.

Measuring web-site usage (Google Analytics)

We use Google Analytics to collect information about how people use the web-site. We do this to make sure we are meeting our users' needs and to understand how we can improve the site. Google Analytics stores information about what pages you visit, how long you are on the site, how you got here and what you click on. We do not collect or store your personal information (eg. your name or address) so this information cannot be used to identify you. We do not allow Google to share our analytics data. For more information on the cookies set by Google Analytics, please refer to the Google Code web-site.

Third-party Social Networking Services

If you opt-in to using social networking services on our site, cookies from third-parties such as Facebook, Google and Twitter will be saved on your computer. These are used to provide extra functionality, such as allowing you to 'Like' or share an article, blog entry or event on our web-site. You opt-in to using these services by clicking a link. If you do not opt in, these cookies will not be saved on your computer.


Facebook Privacy Policy: Facebook Social Plugins: Google+ The code provided by Google for Google+ may set cookies. For more information, see: Google Privacy Policy:


The code provided by Twitter may set cookies. For more information, see: Twitter Privacy Policy: