Cookies and their use on this website
In common with the practice of most major internet sites, when you browse this website, it would like to store a few cookies on your computer. Cookies are small text files which allow websites to carry out a variety of useful functions and are widely-used across the internet. For example, they will be used to show you any products that have been placed in your online shopping trolley or to allow you to log in to an online account. They may also be used to personalise a website in order to improve your experience, to remember your preferences and settings and also to collect anonymous visitor usage statistics. These anonymous visitor statistics (also referred to as analytics) help webmasters to understand (and therefore manage and improve) the way that visitors interact with a website. You can see the details of the cookies used on this website below.
Essential cookies used on this website
The following cookie is needed for this website to display, and is temporarily classed an an essential cookie which will be stored on your computer as soon as you visit this website. However, a solution is currently being worked on to remove the requirement to set this cookie.
|Used for the display and core functionality of this website.
General cookies used on this website
The following cookies are for general functionality and statistics and are only used if you accept cookies on the cookie alert that appears when you first visit this site.
|Analytics & Statistics
|Used to generate anonymous visitor statistics.
|Acceptance of non-essential cookies
|Used to remember that you have allowed the above cookie(s) and to prevent the cookie alert appearing again during your current browsing session. This cookie will be removed when your browser is closed.
* denotes a wildcard where many cookies may be set under the same prefix to store data for the same purpose.
Using your browser settings to manage cookies
The Help or Options menu on the menu bar of most browsers will provide information on how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to receive notifications when a new cookie is set and how to disable cookies altogether. You can also disable or remove similar data used by browser add-ons, such as Adobe Flash cookies, by changing the add-on's settings or visiting the manufacturer's website.