What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that websites use to store information on your local computer. This website uses cookies to remember your details when you leave a comment (not for us to use but to save you re-entering your information the next time you visit) as well as to keep a track of visitor information such as the type of browser you are using, your location and how long you stayed.
Cookies can’t harm your computer. Some sites use ‘third party’ cookies that remember your browsing habits in order to show relevant adverts or products. Any adverts on this site will not use cookies and remain the same for each visitor.

Cookies can be deleted from your computer.

This information has been supplied as part of our initiative to comply with the EU cookie law legislation.

Clicking the “accept” button on the pop up cookie warning will set a cookie on your computer so we dont have to ask everytime you visit the site. The cookie will reset after 365 days.


We only use the information supplied by our cookies in order to monitor the success of this website and its parts. We may use this information to change the way the website works but we will never share any of your details without your permission.