Website Cookies

From May 26th 2012, all web site owners and operators will be required by law to obtain consent from all users to approve the use of cookies on their web site.

What is a cookie? A cookie is a text file that tracks your navigation of my site and stores that information on the hard drive of your PC, mobile phone or other web-connected device. There is nothing malicicious about the use of cookies – in fact they are essential for websites to operate efficiently. The use of cookies is standard in many industries and you will find them in use on most major websites.

Gaining your consent: If you continue to use this website without changing your settings, it will be deemed that you are giving your consent to the use of cookies on . This is in accordance with the most recent guidance by the Information Commissioner's Office.

How do I disable cookies? Cookies can be disabled or removed from your computer using your browser settings. Below are links to two of the more common browsers where you will find instructions on how to disable cookies. Instructions for other browsers can be found on the internet.

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