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Cookies are small computer files which are downloaded onto your device and collect information about the way in which you navigate and use the Site and the internet. Cookies collect information which may allow us to identify you or your approximate location. The information provided by cookies helps us to provide you with a more personal experience, for instance by providing you with a local version of the Site in a local language, and allows us to make improvements to our services over time.
We collect both “session” cookies, which are not usually stored after your browsing session has ended, and “persistent” cookies, which may be.
You may delete and block all cookies or decide to just block certain types of cookie via your browser setting. However, if you choose to block or delete cookies, this may affect the functionality of the Site.
Below is a table to explain our cookie functions and why they are used.
These cookies collect information about how visitors use the Site, including which pages visitors frequent most and if they receive error messages from certain pages. These cookies do not collect information that individually identifies a visitor. All information collected is aggregated and anonymous. It is only used to improve how the Site function and perform.
These cookies allow us to remember information you have entered or choices you make, (such as username, language or your region) and provide enhanced, more personalised features. These cookies can also be used to remember changes you have made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages that you can customise.
We use local shared objects, also known as flash cookies, to store your preferences or display content based upon what you view on the Site to personalise your visit.
Targeted Advertising and Third Party Cookies
Third parties, with whom we partner with to provide certain features on the Site or to display advertising based upon your web browsing activity, use flash cookies to collect and store information. Flash cookies are different from browser cookies because of the amount of, type of, and how data is stored.