What are cookies
Cookies are tiny text files stored on your device when you visit our website. They’re set to stay on your device for a certain amount of time.
Our cookies and your privacy
Cookies do not collect your personal data. They collect anonymous data about a visit to our website. For example, pages looked at or time spent on a page. We use this data to help improve the website.
Third party cookies and your privacy
There may also be third party cookies set on the website.
We do not control these cookies, but we check how they might use your information before allowing them on our websites.
Third party cookies can help:
- you link more easily to things like Twitter and Youtube
- us analyse how our marketing is working
- us display products and services across our group of websites that might interest you
- us pay our partners a referral fee when they direct you to our site (if necessary)
How to manage or delete cookies
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your device or browser settings to manage, delete or block them.
Each browser has advice on how to manage cookies:
If you need more help on cookies visit All about cookies.