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This website uses Session Cookies. Session Cookies allow a website to keep track of a user's movements between pages so they don't have to repeatedly supply information they've already provided elsewhere on the website. This is because Websites have no in-built memory; therefore users will be treated by a website as new visitors every time they move to a new page. Session Cookies help to remember a user as they navigate through the website during a browsing session.
In addition, we use a third-party service called Google Analytics which also places Cookies.
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There are no other types of Cookies set by this website.
For more information, and also details of how you can control the Cookies through your browser, please read the following resources:
All About Cookies website - http://www.allaboutcookies.org
About Cookies Organisation website - http://www.aboutcookies.org