We use cookies and similar tools across our website to improve its performance and enhance your user experience.

What is a cookie?
A "cookie" is a small piece of information which is stored on your browser when you visit a website. They recognise your device as you move between pages and can be used from maintaining secure logins to remembering you when you next visit the website. Certain cookies are owned by the website you are viewing ('first-party' cookies) and others are supplied by an independent company ('third-party' cookies).

Meeting EU Legislation on Cookies
Following the European Union's revised e-Privacy Directive and to make sure we are protecting our customers' interests, we have updated our cookie policy to be compliant with EU law as we are hosting and processing data within the EU.

We will continue to monitor and revise our cookie policy based on EU rulings and industry best practice guidelines.

Where and how we use them:


These cookies ensure that the website delivers you information and services securely and optimally. Strictly necessary - First Party


These cookies are necessary and allow us to improve your journey and experience on our site. This information is aggregated and anonymous and provides us with key statistics on how customers are interacting with our site. This includes:

Performance - First-Party

Performance – Third Party


These cookies are optional and allow us to remember your website settings or offering you different functionalities, as maps or videos from Google.

Functional cookies– Third Party

How you can control the use of cookies
Your use of the website constitutes your consent to this website setting cookies on your device.

If you do not wish the website to set cookies on your device then you should either not use the site, or you should browse the site using your browser’s anonymous usage setting (called “Incognito” in Chrome, “InPrivate” in Internet Explorer, "Private Browsing" in Firefox and Safari)]. This will mean that the site will continue to drop cookies and your visit to the site will be as normal. Once you leave the site, all cookies dropped will be destroyed.

Alternatively, the ‘Help’ menu on the menu bar of most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies altogether. However, because cookies allow you to take advantage of some of the website's essential features, we recommend you leave them turned on.

A guide to behavioural advertising and online privacy has been produced by the Internet advertising industry which can be found at The guide contains an explanation of the IAB's self-regulatory scheme to allow you greater control of the advertising you see.

Learn more about cookies
To find out more about cookies, visit or (which is run by the Internet Advertising Bureau Europe).