Cookies are plain text files containing information on you or your current session which are created when you access our site – if your browser preferences allow it.
Cookies cannot contain viruses, control any functions on your computer and do not pose any type of threat. The only cookies which we can access are the ones created whilst you are on this site.
The cookie information we collect includes your IP address, pages visited, session times and the device which you are connecting from. We will also collect information when you voluntarily fill out contact forms. The information we collect as part of a contact form will be clear and visible at the time of the request.
Like almost all websites, when you visit our website we automatically log your access information which includes your IP address, what browser you are using and access times. These logs are used for diagnostic purposes to improve and maintain the security of the site.
As part of Google Analytics, non-identifiable information is made available to Google for statistical analysis only. All data shared with Google will not include any identifiable information.