So what are cookies? Rather than go into a long explanation, here’s a link to the BBC’s cookies page.
Our website sets some cookies to improve your experience of this site. This includes anonymously measuring your use of this website in order to enable us to analyse the use of this site. It also enables us to see how many visits we have had, see which pages are popular, see when people log onto our site. We can’t tell who is using the site, its just numbers. We use Google Analytics to do this.
If you use our contact form to send us a message, a Session ID cookie is set. This cookie gets deleted when your browser quits.
If you use the website, we have to assume that you consent to them being set.
If you prefer, you can set your web browser not to accept cookies from this site. That’s fine with us.back