What are Cookies?

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Specific Cookies Used

  • Google Analytics Cookies — These cookies are used to track how people use the site. These cookies include _utma, _utmb, _utmc, and _utmz.
  • Account Cookies — If you have an account or comment on this site, cookies are used verify you are the same person when you are logged in, and your preferences. These include cookies beginning with wordpress_ and wp-settings-.
  • Cookie Message — Once you have been informed about cookies, a cookie is stored to track that you have seen the message, and it won’t be shown again. This cookie is named icc_cookie_message.

Using these cookies allows us to recognise and tailor our site to you and it won’t harm your computer. Cookies are used to help provide you with the best experience we can.

Opting out of Cookies
If you prefer, you can block, restrict or delete cookies by changing your browser settings but that means that you may not be able to use the full functionality of our website. As most modern websites use Cookies, changing your browser settings will affect your user experience across most websites. It may be more appropriate to manage cookies using antispyware software which will automatically delete cookies considered to be invasive.

Google Analytics
We use a tool from Google called Google Analytics to tell us how people are using our website. It uses cookies to check if someone has visited the site before, so we can see how often people return to the website, how long they stay and which pages they view. This helps us to structure our site and to improve the content. To find out more, you may wish to check out Google’s Privacy Policy.

Social Networking Cookies
When we include Social Network plugins e.g. Facebook it gives that Social Network site flexibility to use Cookies. They can’t read any cookies that we set and we can’t read any cookies that they set, but it lets them do the same measuring of traffic that we do and it lets them know that you are logged in.

We may sometimes include content from YouTube in our site. When we do this, YouTube may store cookies to track how people are watching videos from their site.

We also recommend that you read our Privacy Statement.

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