Cookie Policy

About Cookies

Also sometimes called web cookies or tracking cookies, these are small pieces of text sent by a server to a web browser and then sent back by the client every time it accesses that server. They are used for several different purposes including authenticating, session tracking, and maintaining specific information about users, such as their site preferences.

A first-party cookie is a cookie set by the domain name that appears in the browser address bar.
A third-party cookie is a cookie set by another domain name and not the one shown in the browser address bar.

For more information about cookies visit allaboutcookies

Granting Us Permission To Use Cookies

If you choose to click the button accepting the use of cookies on our website, the settings on your browser allow their use, and you continue to browse our website, we will consider that you are happy for us to use cookies.

Cookies Used On Our Site

Cookies used on our site:

1_P JAR” – google cookie for gathering website statistics and track conversion rates
OTZ – google analytics cookie that provides an aggregate analysis of website visitors
__EC_TEST__ – session cookie

Functional / First-Party Cookies

Our cookies, also known as functional / first-party cookies, help to:

  • Make our website function correctly
  • Remember your search settings during and between visits
  • Improve the speed/security of the site
  • Remember your ‘Accept’ cookie setting

Our functional / first-party cookies are not used to:

  • Collect personally identifiable information (without your express permission)
  • Collect any sensitive information (without your express permission)
  • Collect data for sales purposes or mailing lists
  • Pass personally identifiable data to third parties

Turn Functional / First-Party Cookies Off

Not using our site is the only way to prevent the use of our functional / first-party cookies.

Non-Functional / Third-Party Cookies

Google will set cookies through our site which may be used for functionality or contribute to the data they hold for various purposes outlined in their privacy policy.

Turn Non-Functional / Third-Party Cookies Off

To increase your privacy and security you can disable non-functional / third-party cookies in your browser. This may mean some aspects of this site may not function correctly.

See how in:
Internet Explorer
Google Chrome

You can also control non-functional / third-party cookies by installing a browser add-on or extension, or by installing anti-spyware software. Disabling non-functional / third-party cookies may limit the user experience of a website.

Links to Other Sites

This website contains links to external websites. Privacy policies on these sites vary and, as such, we are not responsible for their cookies or privacy policies.