We are committed to respecting the privacy of everyone who uses our website. We do not record information that will uniquely identify you. We use cookies to understand the behaviour of our visitors so that we can prioritise and improve content.

What we use cookies for

A cookie is a piece of information placed on your hard drive by a web server as a text file, whenever you visit a given website. It contains simple information about you, like your browser version, but no personal information.

If you do decide to opt out of cookies, you can find details of how to change your settings in your browsers settings.

While there are a number of different types of cookie, we only use session cookies and persistent cookies to improve the content and structure of our site.

Session cookies

Session cookies are temporary, and are usually destroyed once your browser is closed.

Persistent cookies

Persistent cookies usually remain on your hard drive after your browser has been closed.

What we track

Server logging

  • the internet address (IP address) of computers that access the site
  • pages looked at
  • times of day pages are looked at
  • the type of web browsers used, for example Chrome
  • None of the information we collect is linked to individuals. If users provide us with information or feedback, this is treated in the strictest of confidence.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a tool that lets us measure how users interact with our website. It lets us understand how often users visit our site, how long they spend there and which pages they interact with.

We do not record information that will uniquely identify you. Instead, we use collective information from a large number of users to give us an overall picture of how users visit our site.

For detailed information on what cookies are used by Google Analytics, please visit their information page.

To opt out of Google Analytics tracking across all websites, you need to download a browser add-on.

Opting out of cookies

Whilst we do not recommend changing your cookie settings, as they help us improve your experience when using our site, you can update your browser settings to disable some or all cookies.

There are also browser plugins that allow you to disable Google Analytics tracking across all websites.