What are cookies?
If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can set your browser to notify you when you receive one, then choose to decline it.
The first time you visit this website via a particular device (e.g. your laptop or mobile), we will provide a clear on-screen notification about our cookies and give you the choice if you accept them, decline them or find out more. If you accept we will place the relevant cookies on your device. The next time you visit the website, your device will check to find the relevant cookies and, if your device has them, it sends the cookie information back to the website.
Cookies are really useful because they allow our website to ‘recognize’ you via your device and recall your settings and preferences from previous visits. This helps us in a number of ways, explained below.
We also use web beacons or tracking pixels. These are clear electronic images that trigger when you view a particular page on our website. We use them to help us understand the effectiveness of our email communications to highlight content on our website.
Your right to manage cookies
Most modern browsers allow you to manage the cookies saved on your device. For example, you may wish to accept all cookies or reject cookies. If you wish you can check the cookie controls in your browser.