Cookie Policy

Cookies are small items of data stored on your computer while you are visiting a website. They help make websites work and provide us with aggregated information about how users interact with our site. We do not use cookies to collect information that identifies you personally

You may refuse to accept cookies by changing the settings on your browser. However, doing so may affect your ability to access or use certain parts of our website.

Our website may from time to time contain links to third party sites  where media content (ie videos and images) such as Google content,  are embedded on our pages.  We do not control the cookies set by these sites, nor are we responsible for their content or practices, and this Cookies Policy does not apply to these sites.  Please check their specific policies for further information e.g. Google's privacy policy for information concerning how Google use cookies.

Information about the other cookies we may set on your browser

We collect personal data such as your name, address, telephone number, or email address when you voluntarily submit it through a site form or an email sent to one of our contact email addresses. Other information (such as your browser type, operating system, IP address, domain name, number of times you visited our website, dates you visited  our website and the amount of time you spent viewing our website) may be collected via cookies and other tracking technologies (such as transparent GIF files). We only use cookies to track which device is logging on to our website: our cookies do not identify (and we do not record) who is using that device.  Our cookies do not contain any of your personal information and only take up about one thousandth of the space of a single image from a typical digital camera. All the cookies we set are necessary in order for us to provide our website to you as effectively as possible.  Aggregate information (such as how many times visitors log onto our website) may also be collected.

The cookies we set are as follows:

Name of Cookie Purpose Expires


Keeps the user session ID for security reasons



Store's a security token that the system uses to validate all form data submitted via POST requests. Helps protect against cross site request forgery.



Indicates that the landing page has already been visited and the landing page activity is not logged again for the current visitor. Expires after 20 minutes and the expiration period of the key is renewed every time the website is accessed again.



Stores the preferred UI culture of the user.



Stores the IDs (DocumentID, NodeID) of the last visited page. Used for logging landing and exit page web analytics and activities.






Stores the URL referrer from which the user arrives on the website.



Indicates if the visitor is new or returning. Used for tracking






This cookie keeps track of the number of times a visitor has been to the site pertaining to the cookie, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred.

2 years from set/ update.


This cookie keeps track of how long a visitor has been on the site.

30 minutes from set/ update.


This cookie keeps track of how long a visitor has been on the site and expires after 30 minutes of inactivity __utmb and __utmc work together to calculate the expiration time

30 minutes from set/ update.


This cookie stores the type of referral used by the visitor to reach your site, whether via a direct method, a referring link, a website search, or a campaign such as an ad or an email link. It is used to calculate search engine traffic, ad campaigns and page navigation within your own site. Expires: 6 months from set or update date.

6 months from set/ update


Used to distinguish users.



Used to distinguish users.



These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. We use this data to create reports and to help us to improve the way in which our visitors use our website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors, where visitors have come to, the website from and the pages they visited.