There are two types of cookie used on our site: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files used to store information for your current browser session and are deleted when you close your browser. Persistent cookies are files that are saved on your computer and contain information that can be read by the site when you return and are used to manage your user experience or provide anonymous statistical analysis relating to your visits. Details of all our cookies are shown below. None of the cookies stores any personal information that could be used to identify you.
All the cookies are 1st party cookies – this means they are set and used only on our website. No 3rd party cookies (cookies from an external source, typically used to track advertising) are used on our site.
Session cookies for site management: when you access the site, a cookie “token” with a unique encrypted session id code is passed to your computer. This token then controls your access to the site for that session and is deleted once you close your browser or log off from the site. These cookies are an essential part of the site delivery system, and you will not be able to fully use our site without cookies enabled.
Persistent cookies for site management: if you register on the site and select the “Remember me” option, a persistent cookie is passed to your computer. This cookie is not deleted when you leave the site or close your browser but is saved on your computer. This cookie contains an encrypted user id code that identifies your computer upon future visits and automatically logs you into the site. This cookie does not contain any personal information that could be used to identify you.
We use Google Analytics and Lead forensics to monitor traffic on our site. When you visit our site the Google Analytics program sets certain cookies that record statistical information about your visits to the site, and we are required by law to identify these cookies to you and how they are used. These cookies do not store any personal information that could be used to identify you.