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Specific cookies used by this website
ExpressionEngine (exp_tracker, exp_last_activity, exp_last_visit)
These cookies are used by our website’s content management system (CMS) and are needed for the website to function correctly. They do not contain any data which is identifiable to an individual.
Cookies set when you visit the site are:
exp_tracker – Contains the last 5 pages you have viewed. This is used to ensure you are redirected to the correct page if submitting a form. This cookie will expire (be deleted) when you leave the website.
exp_last_visit – Contains the date and time of your last visit. It does not contain any identifiable data. The default expiry for this cookie is 10 years.
exp_last_activity – Contains the date and time of your last page view. It is only used for users logged into the ExpressionEngine CMS and is ignored otherwise.
For further information, see a more detailed description of ExpressionEngine cookies.
Google Analytics (_ga, _gat, _gid)
These cookies help us count visitors and sources of traffic. They allow us to monitor the performance of the website (for example, which pages are the most popular) so that we can make improvements.
Basic information, including your web browser’s version, operating system, device type and regional location are collected. All of this data is transferred securely (SSL), is aggregated and anonymous, so does not contain any personal data and cannot be linked back to an individual.
Google Analytics stores a unique identifier cookie (_ga) to identify users revisiting our website. This cookie expires in 2 years.
For more information about Google Analytics cookies, see the Google Analytics Cookie Usage page.
Third Party Cookies
Some pages of our website have embedded content from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, which set cookies of their own and are not accessible or manageable by us. The cookies set by these services could be potentially used to track the websites you visit.
Data Capture Forms
This data capture form collects your name, email address and message and sends the data to our admin team. The information you provide is used solely for the purpose of fulfilling your enquiry and is deleted when no longer required. No data is stored on the server.
Collects your name, email address and areas of interest. We do not share any information with third party organisations and we will only contact you with information that is relevant to you. You can request to be removed from the mailing list at any time.