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Cookies are used to improve your experience of this website. If you continue browsing this website it is assumed you are happy to receive all cookies.

Here is a list of cookies that this website uses:

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Purpose: Google Analytics cookies. Google Analytics is software that lets us analyse how visitors use our site. We use this information to improve our website and provide the best experience to visitors.

More Information: These cookies collect data in an anonymous form. Please see Google’s privacy policy for further information.

To opt out of these cookies, please visit Google’s website.

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More Information: This cookie should remember your preference for a year.

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Purpose: This cookie is used to test whether your browser will accept cookies.

More Information: This cookie expires at the end of your session.

YouTube cookies

From time to time, we embed videos from our site on YouTube.  YouTube uses cookies to help maintain the integrity of video statistics, prevent fraud and to improve their site experience.  If you view a video, YouTube may set cookies on your computer once you click on the video player.

Where possible, we will endeavour to embed videos using YouTube’s privacy-enhanced mode. In privacy-enhanced mode, YouTube will not set a cookie when you visit a page with an embedded video unless you click onto the video, nor will it store personally-identifiable cookie information for playbacks of embedded videos using the privacy-enhanced mode.  Please visit YouTube’s page on embedding videos for more information.

Flickr cookies

On some pages, we have embedded Flickr photo gallery Flash players. When viewing a page with an embedded Flash player, Flickr may set cookies on your machine, and further cookies may be set when you click on the Flash player – both by Flickr and its parent company Yahoo.  For more information, please visit Yahoo’s cookies page.

We do not have access to data collected by third-party services and cannot prevent third-party services from setting these cookies. Where possible, we endeavour to notify you that third-party cookies may be set when using certain services.

Opting out/removing cookies

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