Cookies Policy

Visiting Our Site

We would like to make you aware that our website uses cookies. Upon arrival to our site you will have had our cookies consent form pop up in order to continue browsing our site. If you choose to consent to our cookies policy you are automatically providing certain information that we may process. The use of cookies is to make our website more user-friendly, for the purpose of online advertising/web analytics and to apply with compliance with PECR under the basis of GDPR.

What are cookies?

Cookies are created when you visit our website. It is a form of small data sent from our site and placed on your device by your web browser whilst you’re browsing through our web pages. Cookies are commonly used to track website activity, this is to assist in marketing purposes as well as improve technical aspect of making our websites work more efficiently.

What Cookies We Use

All of our cookies are ‘session’ based. This type of cookie is only active once consented to our cookies consent form and will monitor your interaction and behaviour spent on our website and expires immediately after the user has left the web browser.

Primarily our first-party cookies are used for analytical or website performance purposes. None of the data collected or processed will reflect or identify you as a person or reveal any personal data about you individually.

Some of our third-party cookies like or twitter plug-in, YouTube videos and any of our external website links track users and save their information for ad targeting and behavioural advertising.

How we use Cookies

The use of our non-essential cookies on our website enables us to analyse the users surfing behaviour. This is to recognise number of visitors and how individual users navigate through the website. This information aids us to improve our website service for a better user experience when browsing.

We use Google Analytics to understand the demographics of our web user’s population. We collect information such as; age group, gender, new or returning users, type of device & overview of interests to assist in marketing our services more effectively to the right consumer. Other information we may collect about your computer may be IP address, operating system and browser type.

This non-essential cookie and data processing does not allow us to identify you personally.

Right of Objection & Erasure

You as a user have full control over the use of cookies that are stored on your device. You can deactivate or restrict the transfer of cookies by adjusting the settings in your internet browser and any cookies saved can also be erased at any time. If you do not wished to be tracked by Google Analytics you can opt out across all websites by visiting:

http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

If you do choose to block all forms of cookies from your internet browser settings, this could result into not being able to access all or parts of our website.

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