Cookies are small text files which get stored on your computer or mobile device and get sent to the web server with details about your visit, such as whether you have visited before, or what your login details are, so that you aren’t prompted for them again.
First party cookies
We use first party cookies on our website (cookies that are created by us) on the following areas of this website:
- Compliance cookie – if you allow cookies on this website, a cookie will be saved to record this choice, so that you are not asked the next time you visit.
Third party cookies
These cookies do NOT contain any information that can personally identify you nor build a personal profile of you, and are used solely for the purposes of analysing site traffic (such as, which pages are least popular and therefore need improving to give more benefit to our visitors).
We also use the Facebook Pixel, which allows us to track the success of any Facebook adverts that we may run.
Other third party cookies that may be used on this website are created by:
- Vimeo – used to watch the videos on our website.
- YouTube – also used to watch videos on our website.
- Google – used by Google Analytics, as mentioned above.