Cookie policy

In order for this website to work properly, we sometimes place small data files called cookies on your device. A cookie is a small text file saved on your computer or mobile device, which enables the website to recognise you and remember your actions and preferences, so that you don’t have to reenter them on every visit to the website or when moving from page to page.

We use cookies to remember whether you have logged in to the website (if you have an account) and whether you have agreed to this policy and accept cookies.

Some services that we use also use cookies. We use Google Analytics to monitor website traffic, because counting the number of website visitors and analysing how they use the website are key performance indicators for us, and Google Analytics uses cookies. We only use the resulting information in aggregate, we cannot identify individual visitors. Other embedded services may also use cookies to enable their services to work properly.

We do not collect any personally identifying information about website visitors (unless you have registered with an account, and then we only retain your login name and password to allow you to log in).  

We do not display advertising on this website, and we have no relationships with advertisers.

You can block and/or delete cookies using your browser settings.  Consult your browser’s help function for information about how to do this.  Instructions for some popular web browsers can be found at the following links: