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Use of Cookies

This website uses cookies and we aim to be transparent in communicating this to you. Cookies are used by the vast majority of business and personal websites on the internet. We operate in accordance with applicable EU cookie and privacy laws.

Our cookies are generated by reputable companies: WordPress, StatCounter and Google. We do not collect your personally identifiable information as you browse, only technical information is provided and which is used to be able to deliver you a functional website and good user experience. The technical information to achieve this includes visitor browser type (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc), resolution of screen, pages browsed so that we know which ones are more popular, IP address so that we can know the countries which our visitors are located in, etc.

All of this helps us to understand our visitors generally, not personally identifiable, and it helps to improve how we can improve our website. For example, the statistics have helped us to notice that we have visitors from many different countries, therefore, we are considering providing other language versions in the future.

When you first visit our website you will be prompted to agree that we use such cookies. If you do not agree you should refrain from using our website, or alternatively take steps yourself to manage cookies in your browser. Most web browsers allow you to manage cookies and allow you to reject some or all cookies altogether, and delete any existing ones from all the websites that you have already visited. If you choose this option, you may still use websites but you may experience a lower quality experience, or possibly not be able to access all features. If you are not sure how to do this you should follow the instructions of your web browser manufacturer, and for your convenience we have provided below a link to an organisation which provides easy to follow instructions on how to manage cookies for the major browsers: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/

Updated 14 April 2018