What are Cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files stored on your computer when you visit certain web pages. Most web browsers have cookies enabled, to make your browsing experience smoother and more pleasurable to you. In no way do cookies harm your computer or contain any information that personally identifies you.
You can manage your cookie preferences through your web browser. If the settings on your browser are adjusted to accept cookies and you continue to use our website, we will take it that you are happy with this cookie usage. Should you wish to remove and no longer receive cookies from our site then this will likely affect how the site will works for you. Cookies are now a standard part of most modern websites so disabling them will likely limit the functionality of a majority of the websites you view.
You can switch off cookies by adjusting the settings of your web browser so cookies are blocked and will not be accepted.
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Which Cookies do we use?
Cookies also help us to track data, like our own Google Analytics, so we can see how many visitors our website is getting. By law all sites need to provide this information to comply with recent EU legislation. The cookies we use on this website are from 3rd parties and are listed below;
ShareThis Powers the sharing buttons on this site allowing you to share content on other social networks
Twitter This is powering Twitter buttons or widgets
YouTube Used to embed YouTube videos.
Google Analytics Tracking service used by A LOT of websites
Linkedin The world’s professional network.