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A new law requires UK businesses and other organisations to get consent from website visitors to allow cookies to be saved on your computer. Because we know that most computers block pop up messages we have not created a pop up message, but added this page and provided a link to instructions to switch cookies off (see below). Read more on the ICO website

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that track what a user does on a website and can tell the website owner useful information; including the number of visitors on the page, how long visitors stay on each page, what browser is being used, the operating system and screen resolutions their computer used..etc. This type of information is collected by Google Analytics.

How does this site use cookies?

Cookies are used by third party social media buttons such as Facebook, Linked in, Twitter and Google +1.

If you wish to turn cookies off please see instructions on this site. AboutCookies.org

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