Website cookies policy

Nearly every website you visit with a browser will have cookies which are used to improve your experience by letting the website remember you either for the time you are on the site (session cookie) or whether you are a repeat visitor (persistent cookie).
What do cookies do?

Cookies do many different things, such as remembering your preferences, allowing pages to load more quickly, and overall improving the sites performance and your visitor experience.

If these weren’t installed on your computer, the pages would be slower to load, if a login was required you would have to do this every time you moved to a new page etc.
Wherever you go, cookies go with you

Some websites also use cookies to target their advertising, based on reading cookies from other websites you have visited. Ever noticed how ads for websites you have visited keep popping up? This is how they are doing it, tracking your movements with cookies.

A cookie is a very small and simple text file which is stored on your computer or mobile device by a website’s server. Only that server will be able to retrieve and read the contents of that cookie, no one else.

Each cookie is unique to your web browser. It will contain some anonymous information such as a unique identifier and the site name and some digits and numbers.
How to block cookies

If you don’t like the idea of our website storing information on your computer – even though it is completely harmless, and doesn’t effect your operating system in any way – please go to your browser settings and disable cookies in the preferences section.

You can read more about cookies and how to disable them on your browser at AboutCookies.