What Is A Cookie?
A cookie is a small amount of data, which often includes a unique identifier, that is sent to your computer browser to be retrieved later.
Cookies are used to track you across different pages in order to allow one step of a process to follow on from the previous step. Without cookies a website would not be able to keep track of what you did before and treat you like a new visitor every time you browse to a different page.
You can change your browser settings to block cookies, however this will seriously disrupt the normal workings of the majority of websites.
Cookies Used On Our Website
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These cookies help us to understand which pages of our website are being visited, how our users arrived there and helps ensure a consistent experience is provided as they move through our website.
No personal information is collected by these cookies.
The lifetime of these cookies varies so please use the link on the right to find out more information.
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This cookie holds the ID of a visitor session. It is used to prevent Cross-site request forgeries (see the link on the right for more information). It helps to protect both the website and the user.
No personal information will be collected by the cookie itself and it will expire at the end of the visit on this website.
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