What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer or mobile device by a websites that you visit. Cookies enable websites to recognise the devices you are using so that they function correctly, to keep a record of the number of visitors to the site, and to analyse how it is used. They can make websites more user friendly and easier to navigate.
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These cookies are essential because they enable the website to function correctly and make it possible for you to navigate around the site and use its features. These cookies do not collect any personal information and without them the website may not function correctly.
You may be able to disable these cookies by changing your browser settings, but some sections of the website will not function properly without them.
Preference cookies are used to recognise you and to remember your preferences, such as your geographic location, preferred language and the subjects you’re interested in. Our aim in using these cookies is to provide a more personalised service when you visit the website, and the information they collect is not used for any other purposes.
Statistics cookies collect some personal information and group it together with information about other visitor’s activities to help us analyse patterns of use rather than individual visitor’s activities. This information is only used to improve our website and it is not shared with any third parties or used for any other purposes.
We use Google Analytics and Vimeo to collect information about the number of visitors to the website, when they use it, how they move around the site, and which pages are most popular.
Marketing cookies are used to build a profile of your interests in order to show you relevant adverts on this and other websites. They also help to prevent the same adverts from continuously appearing. They collect information that can be used to uniquely identify your browser and internet device. If you do not consent to the use of these cookies you will still see adverts, but they may be less relevant to you.
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