What is a cookie?

We may store small amounts of information about you or your current session in a file known as a cookie (which is sent by us to your computer or other access device) which we can access as you use the site and when you visit us in future.

Cookies Are Safe!

They are really tiny plain text files that cannot do anything harmful on your computer. They can not carry viruses, send you spam or be any type of threat. We also can't read any information from cookies given to you from other sites. We can access only our own and your browser makes sure of it.

Whilst cookies can not be used to cause any kind of malice, they can be used to track a users actions and movements on the web and as such may present a threat to your privacy.

We Use Cookies For The Following Reasons:

To help us collect non-identifiable statistical data about who visits what pages on the site, allowing us to make better decisions about what to improve and build on. We also use a cookie to save whether you've seen our cookie notification, so that if you have and closed it, it stays closed.

In addition to cookies we use, third parties content that we include in this site, may also set cookies. At present we utilise the following third parties that may use cookies:

Vimeo: The video service provider we use, sets cookies to ensure that the video service works, you can view their cookie policy here.

Google: Some fonts and the map on our contact page are provided by Google, and you can view more about their use of cookies here.

Font Awesome: Some of the icons used on this site are provided by Font Awesome, you can view more information about their use of cookies on their privacy policy.

It is not our policy to set cookies for long periods of time, our cookies are set to last for 30 days. We can not control the length of time that third parties set on their cookies.

Removing Cookies

Whilst it is entirely up to you whether to delete your cookies or not, you may find that doing so lessens your experience of using this site.

You can use this link to Revoke cookies that we have set. Third parties cookies are not under our control, and as such you may need to make this change manually or with the third party directly.

Further Information:

For more information about cookies visit: http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=5

To learn about controlling what cookies you accept - http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=1

To find out how to delete cookies - http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=2