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How we use cookies

We use cookies where they are necessary for the functioning of this website or where they help us to give you the best possible experience.

Our cookies are not used to identify you personally. At no point will our cookies result in cold calls, junk email or information being passed to third parties.

When you first visit this website, we notify you that we use cookies. By proceeding and using this website you are agreeing to accepting cookies. The notification message is only shown once; it is hidden when you choose to view further pages in this website.

Third party cookies

We may occasionally incorporate functionality from other, reputable, websites. These websites may also set cookies, known as third party cookies. Where this is the case, we will list the third party cookies in the table below. Please read the cookies information on these websites so you are always aware of how cookies are being used.

The table below explains the cookies we use and why

Cookie Name Purpose
cc-message-seen Cookie banner Controls the appearance of our cookies notification message (the message is displayed once and then hidden).
YouTube cookies We embed YouTube videos. To find out more about how YouTube uses cookies, please visit YouTube’s embedding videos information page.
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