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The law now requires that we need a visitor's consent to accept certain types of cookies from this site. By using this website you agree that we can place cookies on your computer unless you change your browser settings. We believe there is no reason for any concern over any of the cookies used on our website; however certain users may have privacy concerns or consider some cookies to be intrusive. Below we outline what cookies we use and why, to help you make an informed choice.
These are cookies set by ourselves or the software running on our website. These are generally required for correct operation of certain parts of the website and may only last for the duration of your browser session.
We have listed our first-party cookies below, along with their purpose and expiry period.
This is created by our web server software and is designed to preserve the context of your visit. We do not store any information in this (session) cookie, although it is generated automatically when you visit our site.
Expires: At the end of your session (when you close your browser).
We use these services as a convenience to our visitors and on the basis that the providing party adheres to their privacy and/or data use policies. (See Further Information below).
Because they are outside our control, the detail of these cookies may change, so we have listed some information and links about the respective third parties to help you find out more. The actual cookies may also vary depending whether you are logged into those social media sites when browsing our website.
Google Custom Search:
We use this to provide a convenient site search function across the website.
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