Cookies are small text files used to store information on your device as you use a website. We use them to:
What are cookies?
- make the site work correctly
- store your settings and preferences
- provide a customised user experience
- help us understand who uses our site and they use it
- decide which pages are useful and which need improvement
Third-party cookies are those created by the external services used to help us deliver the site and understand how it performs. We also use them to track how visitors move through our website, so we know what is useful and what is not. Some third-party cookies help us keep the site secure. Others enhance your experience as a user of the website.
We group the cookies used on our website into the following categories:
What types of cookies do we use?
Necessary cookies are essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Non-necessary cookies are not essential to make the website function, although some parts of the site (such as the maps) might not work without them. We use them for analytics, tracking how users interact with our website and, for example, to store your details, so you don’t have to retype them the next time you visit the site. These cookies might contain some personal information such as your email address. We store these cookies on your device unless you allow us to.
Most browsers provide methods to restrict, block and delete the cookies used by websites. You can change your preferences in the settings screen of your web browser. Each browser is different, so we cannot tell you how to do that.
How can I control the cookie preferences?
The following table details the cookies we might use:
Your Cookie Consent
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