A cookie is a small text file that is saved to the hard drive of your computer when you use a website. Our website uses analytics cookies to record anonymous information such as the number of visits to each page, how long each visit was, and where the visitor came from (a search engine, another website etc.)
- track links you take to our website from other websites
- track the number of times you visit particular pages
For more information about cookies generally and how they work, please see: www.allaboutcookies.org
It is possible to stop accepting cookies through your web browsers settings. To find out more click the following link: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/. You may limit site operation or functions on other websites if you limit cookies.
Below is a list of first party cookies this website uses:
|__utma||Analytics cookie||This is a Google Analytics cookie which provides us with data on unique browser visits to our website.|
|__utmb||Analytics cookie||This is a Google Analytics cookie which records the start and end of each visit to our website.|
|__utmc||Analytics cookie||This is a Google Analytics cookie which records the start and end of each visit to our website.|
|__utmz||Analytics cookie||This is a Google Analytics cookie which stores the type of referral information when visitors reach our site via a search engine result, a direct link, or an ad.|
Third Party Cookies
We use the Facebook “Like” button on each page of our website allowing users to share our website with their contacts. The “Like” button detects whether you have “Liked” the particular page you are on and uses this information to present either a “Like” button or a “You Like this” message with various other associated details from Facebook. If you are not logged in to Facebook, no cookies should be served. If you are logged in to Facebook, the “Like” button creates and/or updates a series of third-party cookies. The following cookies may be set by facebook.com when using our website: lsd, reg_ext_ref, reg_fb_gate, datr, reg_fb_ref, wd. We use the “Like” button on the basis that Facebook adheres to its data use policy – see http://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/ for more information.