A cookie is a piece of information which your computer stores to improve how a website works for you and for the website owner. For example, this might involve remembering information like a password, so you don’t have to keep logging in, or remembering whether you’ve been to the website before, or watching what it is about the site you use or are looking at most frequently.
We’re telling you this both because the law says we must, but also because we take your privacy very seriously.
By using this website, you agree to the use of these cookies, unless you disable them.
These are the cookies that are used on this website:
These or equivalent cookies are used on almost all websites these days and are completely anonymous which means they are not monitoring you personally, just as a number who uses the site. They tell us how people are using the site which means, hopefully, we can keep improving it, by adding more of the popular stuff, speeding up the slow bits and generally making the website better for you.
These allow you and us to connect and integrate with social media networks through the site.
These cookies do relate to you as you and remember the things you’ve looked at, read or watched on this website. That means, in the future, we can make sure we let you know about things that are, hopefully, relevant to you and your needs, given what your use of the site tells us about what you like or are interested in.
We use a cookie to ensure that you only see our site welcome screen once, rather than every time you visit us.
Cookies – your rights
Most web browsers (the internet systems you use to access the web and sites on the web) accept cookies automatically. If you want to block the cookies on this site, you can do so quite easily by telling your browser to refuse them. There are some useful instructions over at www.aboutcookies.org to help you.
Whilst you are of course free to do this, if you do it may mean the website doesn’t work quite as well for you as it should or you may find you can’t use some of the site at all.