Cookie Policy

Our use of Cookies

Here’s what we think you need to know – we use Cookies to:

  • Make this website easier for you to use

  • Help stop our online forms from being used to send spam e-mail

  • Monitor usage so we can spot trends and make improvements

We believe that our use of Cookies is necessary for the smooth functioning of this website. We do not believe that they pose a threat to your personal privacy or online security and we do not sell or supply them to any third parties. 

Accepting Cookies enables the interactive functions of this website to operate.  For example, data-submission via forms and other interactive features of this website cannot work fully without using Cookies.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text data files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit.  They are used in order to allow websites to function correctly and work more efficiently, as well as to provide anonymous feedback on usage.  

Cookies cannot be programmed, carry viruses or install malware on the host computer.  However, they can be used to monitor browsing activities within this site (for example, which pages are visited and how long is spent on each page).  Each session can be tracked but no effort is made to identify visitors in person.

What happens if you disable or reject Cookies?

Most web browsers are set to accept Cookies by default but you can usually chose to set your Browser to remove or reject Cookies.  This could affect the availability or functionality of this website.  You will find that most of the website works as expected, although functions that rely on Cookies are obviously disabled. This would include using the online enquiry form.