Cookies are small text files which download and install themselves on your computer, mobile phone or tablet, via your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc.) or a Flash application.
Cookies allow websites to “remember” you, during one or several visits; they store information on your preferences so that they can offer you a personalised, easier and faster experience. Only the server that installed them can read their content. Please also note that this content is anonymous.
Although they are stored in your hard drive, being only letters or numbers means that cookies cannot in themselves access personal information on your computer or pass on a virus, they can only track the way you browse a website.
Cookies used in this site
- Third-Party Cookies: Google Analytics
We use Google tools which directly install cookies from the Google domain via our website when you visit us. These tools do not reveal your personal details. These services can install cookies on browsing preferences, security, processes, advertising, personalisation, session state, analytics, geolocation and language preference. These cookies are also downloaded when you use the Google interactive map, which we use to show you where to find the companies and services announced on our website.
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