Cookies

Use of cookies

A cookie is a small data file that certain web sites write to your hard drive when you visit them. The only personal information a cookie can obtain is information a user supplies him or herself. A cookie cannot read data from your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites. Cookies, however, enhance our web site performance in a number of ways, including providing a secure way for us to verify your identity during your visit to our web site and personalising your experience on our site, making it more convenient for you.

This web site uses cookies so that we can serve you better. This site uses visitor tracking software that will use cookies to track information about how visitors come to the website, which pages they visit, and other actions that visitors make whilst on the site. This data is then used in order to improve the user experience of the web site. All user data collected in this manner is anonymous.

Should you wish to do so, you can refuse cookies by disabling them in your web browser’s settings, and you do not need to have cookies turned on to successfully use our service. Most browsers are defaulted to accept and maintain cookies and you can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it or not. Please consult the support documentation for your web browser, which can be found online, for more information.

Cookies on our website

The following cookies are used on our website to optimise your online experience and to understand your needs as a client:

  1. Google AdWords

Google AdWords uses cookies that allow us to display AdWords adverts based on your actions on our website. We also use AdWords cookies to find out which of our campaigns work best for you.

  1. Google Analytics

These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.

  1. Google DoubleClick

Google DoubleClick uses multiple cookies that enable us to display ads in the DoubleClick network based on your actions on the website.

  1. Facebook & Instagram Tracking and Advertising

Facebook & Instagram uses different cookies so that we can display Facebook & Instagram advertisements based on your actions on the website.

  1. YouTube

If you play a video on our website that is located at YouTube.com, YouTube will save cookies directly to your browser.

  1. Retargeting advertising

Retargeting advertising cookies allows you to still see our adverts after you leave our website.

Turning off and refusing cookies

The information we provide about cookies is clear and transparent so you can see how we use them to create the best user experience we can. However, if you want to remove cookies you can do so via your browser settings.

To change or turn off the cookie settings, please see the ‘help’ section of your browser.

Updating our Cookies Policy

Our Cookies Policy can change to meet the requirements of our business or changes in Data Protection Laws. Any changes will be updated on our website.

View our privacy policy