When someone visits our website, we use a third-party service called Google Analytics to collect information about visitor behaviour patterns. We do this so we can understand how visitors make use of the website and so we can improve its content and flow.
The information is available to us in only an aggregated format and we are not able to identify any individuals from the data that Google Analytics collects. Since the implementation of GDPR in May 2018, we have made sure that the IP address (the unique identifier of the PC, laptop, tablet or mobile that you are using) is anonymised so Google are not able to identify individuals to aggregate your online behaviour patterns.
For more information please visit www.google.com/analytics/.
Cookies are small text files stored on your computer which are used to enhance the experience when you browse the site and improve the way the site works.
For more information please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.