Some pages on this site use “cookies,” which are small files that the site places on your hard drive for identification purposes. These files may be used for site registration and customisation the next time you visit us, and to make navigating the website more user-friendly.
A cookie is a piece of data that a website can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your computer as an anonymous tag that identifies your computer but not you. You should note that cookies cannot read data off of your hard drive. Your web browser may allow you to be notified when you are receiving a cookie, giving you the choice to accept it or not. By not accepting cookies, some pages may not fully function and you may find it harder to access certain information on this site.
The Cookies on this website consist of:
You can use your browser to determine which type of cookies are allowed and you can delete existing cookies. For information on how to do this with different browsers please see www.aboutcookies.org.
In accordance with recommendations by the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) we have taken the following steps to comply with the EU Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive (PECD). These include:
Session Cookies set by this website (First party cookie)
wp-settings-1 – related to WordPress logins (session cookie)
wp-settings-time-1 – related to WordPress logins (session cookie)
cookieconsent_status – related to dismissing of the cookie box
PHPSESSID – helps with form filling and remembering contents (session cookie)
These are cookies set by Google Analytics.
_utmc – monitors movement through the website (session cookie)
_utmb – monitors movement through the website (persistent cookie)
_utmz – stores how you arrived at the website (which keyword, link or search engine) (persistent cookie)
_utma – stores how many visits and first visit plus previous visit information (persistent cookie)
_ga – Used to distinguish users
_gat – Used to throttle request rates
_gid – Used to distinguish users
This cookie is set by Cloudflare.
__cfduid – Used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis