Our website cookies information
Our website sends cookies (simple text files) to your computer the first time you visit. These are then stored on your computer and hold basic information about your visit - usually just the name of our website and a unique user identification code that identifies you as a previous visitor. The cookies we use cannot be used to identify you personally.
Cookies help us to improve your experience on our website. They can:
Remember a location (a postcode and an address) so that next time you visit our website you don’t have to enter your location details again (cookies used to set your location)
Help you to change the website so that you can use colours and fonts of your choice (cookies used for accessibility settings)
Measure how many people are using our online services which can help us to improve our website (cookies used for web analytics)
You can control cookies
You can accept or reject cookies. You can also receive a prompt before accepting a cookie. You can do this through your web browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Safari). Find out more about controlling cookies.