Accessibility

How we make our website accessible

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are text files that your internet browser stores locally on your computer. Cookies help websites to deliver functionality that might require some memory of your actions. For example, an online shop would probably use cookies to remember the contents of your basket so that you don't lose all of your shopping if you close the page without checking out.

How We Use Cookies

We use cookies to keep track of your access to this website. When you log in, a cookie will be set containing your unique user id. This cookie is checked every time you load a page on this website to check that you are still logged in, granting you access to all of the content available to your account. Disabling cookies will result in a loss of functionality to the website.

We use Google Analytics, which sets a cookie that identifies unique visitors to our website. We use Google Analytics to keep track of how many users are accessing our website, and to see which pages they browse through. Analytics help us to understand our audience so that we can deliver a better service to everyone.

To find out more about how Google uses cookies, please read Google's Cookie Policy.

You can opt out of Google Analytics by downloading this Browser Add-on.