What are cookies?
You can disable cookies manually by adjusting the settings in your browser (see your browsers documentation on how to do this) Please be advised that we do not recommend that you disable cookies as it will affect the functionality of our websites and many of the other websites that you visit.
Cookies we activate
Forms – When you submit your data through our forms, the cookies may be used to remember the details you submitted to offer you a simpler experience.
Site preference cookies – For us to provide you with a positive browsing experience we provide the functionality to set your preferences for how our websites functions when you use them. For our websites to remember your preferences we may need to activate cookies so that the required information can be recalled whenever you are on a web page that is affected by your preferences.
Third party cookies
Google Analytics – A worldwide trusted website analytics provider that helps us better understand how our visitors use our website and helps us improve it. Cookies from Google Analytics may track things about you such as how long you spend on our website, including how long you spend on each page etc
Social Media – The social media plugins that we use allow you to share our pages/products etc to various social media platforms. For these plugins to function, the social media platforms used in these plugins may activate cookies on their websites.
Getting in touch
If you require more information about the cookies we use on our websites or need support, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org